Wycombe Wanderers v AFC Bournemouth
1. Why you were looking
forward to going to the ground?
I had never been to Adams Park before and seeing
the reviews on this website it was all positive. I
didn't want to miss the opportunity to see my team
play there. I've heard great things about the club
and wanted to check it out for myself.
2. How easy was your journey/finding the
Me and my mate travelled up on the supporters
coaches so it was very easy. Left Dean Court about
midday (after a cracking fry up!) and watched the
Norwich/Arsenal match on the way. Parked just
outside the ground so didn't have any distance at
all to walk.
3. What you did before the game pub/chippy....
home fans friendly?
Usual stuff really, grabbed a programme (special
mention goes to the stewards and programme
sellers, they were the friendliest I've ever come
across at an away game), saw the cherries team
coach arrive and then made our way into the
4. What you thought on seeing the ground, first
impressions of away end then other sides of the
The ground is great, set on the edge on a small
industrial estate but benefiting from rolling
hills all around which gives a fantastic view
(especially from the away end). The first thing
you see is the top of the 2 tiered Frank Adams
stand which is really impressive. Away fans are
housed in the Dreams stand which offers fantastic
views on the action with no supporting pillars.
Decent leg room (especially as I'm over 6ft 2).
5. Comment on the game itself, atmosphere,
stewards, pies, facilities etc..
Food and drinks inside the stadium were good, as
well as the burger van outside!The game was a
cracker. The atmosphere was superb from the away
end. The official away attendance was about 900
but it seemed an awful lot more. The home terrace
opposite had the drum going as well so it made for
some decent noise. The game itself was very close.
Bournemouth went ahead with a good finish from
Marc Pugh. Luckily for us Wycombe missed a penalty
in front of us to keep the game at 1-0. That's the
way it finished thanks to some back to the wall
defending. We held on to claim the 3 points.
6. Comment on getting away from the ground after
As has been mentioned on here before, it does take
a little bit of time to get away from the ground
purely because there is just one road in and out
of the area around the stadium. Wasn't an issue
though, back on the coach and reading the
7. Summary of overall thoughts of the day out:
A fantastic club to visit, great staff, nice fans
and a fantastic stadium. Next time we are in the
same league, I'll be going back! Would recommend
to all! ...oh and the result was the icing on the