1. Wycombe Wanderers FC, also known as The Chairboys, is a professional football club based in High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, England. The club was founded in 1887.

2. Wycombe Wanderers achieved promotion to the English Football League (EFL) for the first time in their history in 1993. Under the management of Martin O'Neill, the club won the Football Conference title and earned a place in the Football League.

3. One of the most notable moments in Wycombe Wanderers' history came in the 2000/2001 season when they reached the semi-finals of the FA Cup. They beat Grimsby Town, Wolverhampton Wanderers, Wimbledon and Leicester City before facing Liverpool.

4. In the 2019/2020 season, Wycombe Wanderers secured promotion to the Championship, the second tier of English football, for the first time in their history. They achieved this by winning the League One playoff final against Oxford United at Wembley Stadium.

5. Wycombe's main rivals are Oxford United, Milton Keynes Dons, Reading and Luton Town. Before promotion to the Football League there was a rivalry with Slough Town.

Home of Wycombe Wanderers FC

Opened 1990

Capacity 10,137

Rating: 4.3

(1182) Google Reviews

The stadium was only half open for the match tonight - it was an EFL Trophy match with an attendance of under 1000. I think by now everyone knows that this ground is located at the end of an industrial estate - with only one road in and out (and the traffic issues that brings). The number 4 bus is supposed to stop near the ground, but for some reason the number 4 buses tonight were all cancelled. Uber it was from the bus station, and back to the train station. The kiosk did a fairly decent pie, mash and gravy for about £7.50. The view in the away stand was decent. The seat was decent, quite spacious and comfortable for a plastic seat. The backdrop of the trees (and the rolling Chiltern Hills beyond) obviously makes for a scenic and picturesque setting. Clearly with about 650 home fans there wasn’t much noise, but the home terrace end did try a bit, more towards the end. And of course the club does love to belt out High Wycombe’s very own legend, ‘Dusty Springfield’ before each half starts. Also the club announcer on the tannoy wished us well for the rest of the season, a nice touch. All in all, a solid 4 stars, a good experience.
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2 months ago
Typical lower league ground. Just under 3 mile walk from station. A bit hilly should be able to do it in 45-50 minutes. There is a bus that runs about 12:30 ish £4 return bus number WW1. A word of warning don’t catch it in the way back to the station as it takes over an hour just to get to the bottom of the road. Walk down the road catch the No2 to bus station then it’s a 10 minute walk to station. Normal big eats in centre. Sainsbury’s next to bus station. Good view in the away end you can get wet if you’re sitting in the first 4 rows if it’s raining.
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2 weeks ago
Beautiful ground, great background view to. Very nice kind stewarding crew. Was even better with the beautiful sunny weather when I went.
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8 months ago
Good away day experience. Home fans are great - after 3x visits I not only witnessed us win but also finally score
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5 months ago
The place needs knocking down and re building. Can't believe this is still allowed in football league. Ground very dated. Toilets very small and dirty. Accessible toilets were flooded. The was a 45 minute wait to get out after game was ridiculous. (More like 90 mins) one road in and out so jam packed. Food was extortionate prices £12 for fish and chips £2 more if you want mushy peas, fot can buy 4 cans for that. Ripping fans off. The tea, coffee and hot chocolate I am sure was brewed in same urn they use to clean players socks, and didn't change the water. Stewards were nice though (but we took our own. Thanks Howard).
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a month 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.

Things to do in Wycombe.

Eat Thai Restaurant.

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If you're looking for an authentic Thai dining experience, you'll find it here. The menu explains their history with one of the founders holding a BA in... Read More

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This is some of the best Thai food outside of Thailand! Very authentic and truly excellent. Don't miss this place if you are craving good Thai food.... Read More

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Eat Thai is one of the few nice restaurants in the centre of High Wycombe. It is a very well presented restaurant and looks lovely just as you pass by. The... Read More


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Where to begin, upon arrival we were told to take a seat upstairs as downstairs was busy, so we did, only to be told moments later we were told we'd have to... Read More

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Having asked for recommendations for a non-chain lunch option in High Wycombe, the Bluegrass was a popular suggestion. We came here for a pre-football... Read More

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Good food, quick service, great sauce selection and very reasonable prices. Came with a friend, had a the burger which was absolutely delicious, my friend... Read More