AFC Wimbledon fans have managed to raise £5m in a month to ensure that the team can move back to the borough in time for next season.
In December, the club said it needed to raise a further £11m by January to complete their new stadium at Plough Lane.
In response to this, the fan-owned club set up the Plough Lane Bond on 17 January to get the stadium completed this year.
Fan Damian Woodward, who helped set up the bond, said: “It will be more than a dream come true having not been back there for 30 years.
“Having been at Plough Lane at the age of 10 and going back, it will be an incredible feeling for many fans and really uplifting for the community.”
Wimbledon FC, as it was known then, left Plough Lane in 1991, first sharing Selhurst Park with Crystal Palace FC, before moving to Milton Keynes where they were renamed as Milton Keynes Dons.
AFC Wimbledon was formed in 2002 by dedicated Wimbledon fans who were not happy about the move to Milton Keynes.
The club's chief executive Joe Palmer said: “I’m delighted by the success of the bond so far and keeping it running was one of the easiest decisions I’ve been a part of since I’ve been here."