MK Dons face AFC Wimbledon, the club born following their move to Milton Keynes, in a controversial FA Cup tie this weekend. Here's looks at a timeline for both clubs.
2000: Wimbledon relegated from Premier League.
2001: Wimbledon announce intention to relocate to Milton Keynes.
2002: AFC Wimbledon formed by fans furious at proposed move, beginning life in Combined Counties League Premier Division and playing at Kingstonian's Kingsmeadow ground.
2003: With the club in administration, Wimbledon move to Milton Keynes, taking up residence at the National Hockey Stadium.
2004: Wimbledon come out of administration and are rebranded as MK Dons, relegated to League One in the same year; AFC Wimbledon win promotion to Ryman League First Division.
2005: AFC Wimbledon promoted to Ryman League Premier Division.
2006: MK Dons relegated to League Two.
2007: MK Dons move to stadium mk.
2008: MK Dons promoted to League One; AFC Wimbledon promoted to Blue Square Bet South division.
2009: AFC Wimbledon promoted to Blue Square Bet Premier.
2011: AFC Wimbledon promoted to League Two via Conference play-offs - a fifth promotion in nine seasons.
2012: AFC Wimbledon announce plans to move to a stadium in their spiritual home of Wimbledon.