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Opened 1990

Capacity 10,137

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Adams Park

Rating: 4.3

(768) Google Reviews

Only visited as a covid19 test site location
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8 months ago
Odd stadium at the end of the world. Away end is a whole stand and needs to be smaller to fit more home fans in the championship. Have to walk up a mountain to get there. A nice farmer field view from one of the stands. One big stand is the only plus point of this stadium
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3 months ago
OK Adams Park, my first visit, and not to watch the footy, it has disabled parking right. By the door, a big Big thank you to all the car park crew showing us where to park I did not see much of the inside, I was there for my covid shot my first one, to the volunteers, nurses a HUGE thank you, I have to return again Maybe I will look around more next time, I might take pics if I remember. Thanks Wycombe Wanderers for allowing your home to be used like this
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2 months ago
Very well organized! I missed my appointment this morning due to the snow took a chance and went down this afternoon, thought I might have to wait! I went in and had my vaccination within 5 mins amazing!
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3 months ago
Set in the heart of the Chilterns, ground looks stunning, just needs a lick of paint here and there.
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3 weeks ago

History (from Wikipedia)


Wycombe Wanderers had sought to leave their home ground at Loakes Park since the 1960s as the site had been earmarked for the site of development of the adjacent Wycombe Hospital. The club were able to sell the land to the health authority, which almost solely funded the construction of Adams Park.[citation needed]


The ground is located in a valley at the end of the Sands Industrial Estate, surrounded by green hills on three sides. Whereas Wycombe's previous Loakes Park ground was very close to the town centre, Adams Park is two miles due west of High Wycombe and less easily accessible either by public or private transport.
The stadium was opened in time for the 1990–91 season, and had a capacity of 6,000 with 1,267 seats in the Main Stand. The ground was named Adams Park in honour of benefactor and former captain Frank Adams. Adams had bought the former ground Loakes Park for the club, whose sale financed the move to the stadium named after him.
[citation needed] The new stadium coincided with an upturn in the club's fortunes as, under manager Martin O'Neill, they won the FA Trophy at Wembley thanks to a 2–1 win over Kidderminster Harriers.