Stadium Address: Wycombe Wanderers Football Club, Adams Park, Hillbottom Road, High Wycombe, HP12 4HJ
Phone number: 01494 472100
Email Address: email@example.com
Supporter Liaison Officer: Matt Cecil - firstname.lastname@example.org
Disabled fans contact: email@example.com
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:
Away supporters will be able to buy on the day from Ticket Office 1 which opens at 12noon. There are no price increases on the day. We remind supporters that Adams Park is a cashless stadium.
If you are collecting a pre-booked ticket from the stadium, head to the reception on arrival. This opens from 12noon, though tickets usually arrive with the Away Team Coach at around 1.30pm.
To access the stadium, simply head to Turnstiles 3-5 to the left of Ticket Office 1. All visiting supporters are accommodated in our East Stand, with unrestricted views and plenty of legroom.
Parking is available at £10 per car and must be pre-booked through tickets.wwfc.com before the fixture date (subject to availability)
Wycombe Wanderers also operate a Park and Stride service from Millbrook School on Mill End Road (HP12 4BA), just a 15 minute walk away from Adams Park. This is available at £5 per vehicle and is also available in advance on their website. Gates open at 12 noon, and will be locked at 7pm, for a regular Saturday fixture.
If you have booked a blue badge/accessible parking bay, please arrive prior to 2pm to ensure you have access to your space.
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.
Bus travel from High Wycombe
Wanderers have teamed up with Arriva and Chiltern Railways for a brand-new bus service direct to Adams Park from the High Wycombe rail station on home matchdays.
The service will run with one 70-seater vehicle departing the rail station (bay X3) at 12.45pm, 1.30pm and 2.15pm, heading direct to Adams Park with no stops. Fares are charged at £3.
Return journeys will run from 5.15pm and 6pm.
Food and Drink
Lincoln City fans will have access to the Chairboys Village serving a range of drinks and local Rebellion Beer. Here, there will be food and drink available to purchase. The Village opens at 12pm.
We have three local food vendors with us in the car park - the Grill House (German cuisine), Fish My Chips and Funky Elephant (Caribbean).
Inside the stadium, the Away Stand is serviced by a kiosk close to the entrance, serving a range of food and drink items.
(Robins Trust note: from memory, the Away kiosk doesn't serve alcoholic drinks as it is in full view of the pitch).
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.