Matchday Information for Wycombe Wanderers (A) - 27th February 2024

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The Wycombe Wanderers website has a guide for those travelling to Adams Park.

You can read it here:

Stadium Address: Wycombe Wanderers Football Club, Adams Park, Hillbottom Road, High Wycombe, HP12 4HJ


Phone number: 01494 472100

Email Address:

Supporter Liaison Officer: Ryan Isaac -

Disabled fans contact:

Facebook: @wwfcofficial

Twitter: @wwfcofficial

Train: High Wycombe station is approximately 2.5 miles from the stadium. To get to the stadium you can take a bus or travel via taxi.

From the Wycombe site:


Tickets will be available on the day for visiting supporters from Ticket Office 1 which opens at 6pm. No price increases for any sales made at the ticket office.

We remind supporters that Adams Park is a cashless stadium.

To access the stadium, simply head to Turnstiles 3-5 to the left of Ticket Office 1. All visiting supporters are accommodated in our WhiffAway Stand, with unrestricted views and plenty of legroom.

Please be aware that bag searches and ticket checks will be in operation.

Tickets purchased for the original fixture date remain valid.


Adams Park

The car parks are Adams Park are sold out, so please do not drive to the gates unless you have booked a pass.

If you have booked a blue badge/accessible parking bay, you must arrive prior to 2pm to ensure you have access to your space.

Bus service

Wanderers will be continuing its matchday bus service – provided by Carousel Buses - for this game.

Departing the rail station at 18:30pm, the service will arrive at the bus station five minutes later and drop off at Hillbottom Road at 18:47pm.

The return journey will leave Adams Park at 22:15pm.

A return fare of £4 will be charged.

You can view the timetable online at, and track the bus's live route via their app (App Store and Google Play).

For those fans travelling to Adams Park from the town centre, the Chairboys can recommend the Flint Cottage pub (offering 20% discounts on drinks for WWFC season and match ticket holders on home matchdays), which is opposite the rail station, and the Chiltern Taps pub opposite the bus station.

Parking on local streets

Parking restrictions and traffic wardens will be in operation on the streets in the local vicinity to the stadium; please park sensibly and ensure you are not blocking access for emergency vehicles or residents.

A number of independent car parks are in operation along the approach to the stadium; the club have been made aware of individuals attempting to take cash for parking at local businesses without authorisation, so please make an effort to check that you are parking at an approved site (car park attendants will usually be wearing yellow bibs affiliated to a charity or local organisation).

Adams Park Stadium Map 2023.jpg
Adams Park Stadium Map 2023.jpg

Food and Drink

Cheltenham fans have use of the Chairboys Village, serving a range of drinks. Here, there will be food and drink available to purchase, with Fish and Chips, and Grill House (German cuisine) serving food throughout the car park. The Village opens at 5:30pm.

Inside the stadium, the Away Stand is serviced by a kiosk close to the entrance, serving a range of food and drink items. Please note that alcohol will not be served inside the away stand.


Wycombe Wanderers staff work alongside multiple working parties to ensure that matchdays and Adams Park as a whole is accessible to all.

Supporters with impaired vision can be provided with headphones linked to matchday commentary by contacting Headsets must be pre-booked in advance to ensure there is plenty of availability.

For any fan, home or away, visiting Adams Park for the first time or else anyone who might need to be reminded of the location of the Club’s facilities may benefit from the use of the free PicturePath app, details of which can be obtained from the Ticketing team or directly by following this link PicturePath.

Should any supporters require any further information, please contact

Anything else?

Adams Park is a cashless stadium; we do not accept cash at any outlet.

Inside the stadium bowl, you can connect to Adams Park Wi-Fi – the free and easy to use Wi-Fi connection for you to browse the web and share photos and videos from your visit to social media.

Stadium Policies

Wycombe Wanderers would like to remind fans of its zero-tolerance policy in relation to the use of pyrotechnics inside the stadium.

You can report any anti-social behaviour anonymously by sending a text message to 07591 049982 and a member of the safety team will be sent to investigate.

You can read the ground regulations here: