- Not to be confused with actress Kristen Stewart.
Kris Stewart (born February 9, 1967 in Portsmouth) is the founding chairman of English football club AFC Wimbledon and a left wing political activist. He was the club's chief executive and is also a CIMA past finalist management accountant. Under his leadership, AFC Wimbledon achieved numerous milestones including their first ever match, a friendly against Sutton United, as well as their first competitive game in the Combined Counties League away at Sandhurst, and a sell-out game against Chipstead at Kingsmeadow. He is a former member of the Socialist Workers Party (SWP) and stood as the Left List's candidate for Merton and Wandsworth in the 2008 London Assembly election.
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