1889: Formed as Wimbledon Old Centrals, playing on the Common. First honours came with the Clapham League title in 1896. Became Wimbledon Football Club in May 1905. Moved to Plough Lane in 1912 and joined the Athenian League seven years later.
1921: Joined the Isthmian League, winning the Championship for the first of eight times 10 years later. with a then record number of points. Beaten Amateur Cup Finalists, 1935 and 1947.
1963: Amateur Cup Winners at Wembley, Eddie Reynolds heading all four against Sutton. Turned professional a year later, joining the Southern League, Division One, and winning promotion immediately. Took on Burnley, Leeds and Middlesbrough in FA Cup giant killing runs mid-70's; Premier Division Champions, three years running.
1977: Elected to Football League and gained promotion to Third division two years later. twice relegated to Division Four, but regained place, as Champions, 1983. Promoted to Second Division 1984, and First Division 1986.
1988: FA Cup Winners at Wembley, Lawrie Sanchez heading the goal against Champions Liverpool and Dave Beasant saving a penalty.
1992: Inaugural Members of the FA Premier League.
2000: Relegated from the Premiership after a 14-year stay in the top flight. Academy Director Terry Burton appointed manager, and entrusted with the job of returning the Dons to the elite.
2002: Terry Burton leaves and is replaced by Stuart Murdoch. In May, the club are given permission to relocate to Milton Keynes by an FA Three-man commission.
2003: The club go into administration in June. They then finally complete their move to the National Hockey Stadium in Milton Keynes. The first game saw us draw 2-2 with Burnley on Saturday, 27th September.
2004: After emerging from one year of administration which saw us relegated from Division One to the new Coca-Cola League One (then Division Two), the club is taken over by a Milton Keynes consortium, headed by now-chairman Peter Winkelman. The club's name changes to Milton Keynes Dons to reflect our new home, and the first game under the new name is a 1-1 draw at home to Barnsley.
2005: A long season comes to a dramatic end on Saturday 7th May, when the club beats relegation from League One thanks to a late winner from Gareth Edds at home to Tranmere, while relegation rivals Torquay United lose at Colchester. The Dons had seemed certain to go down midway through the season until Danny Wilson replaced Stuart Murdoch and turned things around with a fantastic late run.
2006: 12 months on from the great escape and a 0-0 draw at Rotherham sees the Dons relegated to League Two on the last day of the season. Wilson soon parts company with the club to be replaced by former Brentford boss Martin Allen, who sets about bringing in a number of new faces ready for the season ahead.
|Thời gian||Đội nhà||Tỷ số||Đội khách||Giải đấu||Đối đầu|
|23/10/19 01:45||Rochdale||2-0||Milton Keynes Dons||League One - Anh||Lịch sử|
|19/10/19 21:00||Milton Keynes Dons||0-0||Coventry||League One - Anh||Lịch sử|
|12/10/19 21:00||Bristol Rovers||1-0||Milton Keynes Dons||League One - Anh||Lịch sử|
|06/10/19 04:31||Milton Keynes Dons||0-3||Burton Albion FC||League One - Anh||Lịch sử|
|02/10/19 01:45||Milton Keynes Dons||1-0||Fulham U21||JPT||Lịch sử|
|28/09/19 21:00||Sunderland||0-0||Milton Keynes Dons||League One - Anh||Lịch sử|
|26/09/19 01:45||Milton Keynes Dons||0-2||Liverpool||Cúp Liên đoàn Anh||Lịch sử|
|21/09/19 21:00||Milton Keynes Dons||0-1||Southend United||League One - Anh||Lịch sử|
|18/09/19 01:45||Milton Keynes Dons||0-1||Ipswich||League One - Anh||Lịch sử|
|15/09/19 04:50||Blackpool||0-3||Milton Keynes Dons||League One - Anh||Lịch sử|
|Tổng thắng||Tổng hòa||Tổng bại||Chủ thắng||Chủ hòa||Chủ bại||Trung thắng||Trung hòa||Trung bại||khách thắng||Khách hòa||Khách bại|
|Bàn thắng||0-1 bàn||2-3 bàn||4-6 bàn||7 bàn trở lên||Số bàn thắng lẻ||Số bàn thắng chẵn|
|Số trận đấu||9||1||0||0||2||8|
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