Wycombe Wanderers

Adams Park

Capacity: 10,137*
Address: Hillbottom Rd, High Wycombe, HP12 4HJ
Telephone: 01494 472 100
Fax: 01494 527 633
Ticket Office: 01494 441 118
Pitch Size: 115 x 75 yards
Pitch Type: Grass
Club Nickname: The Chairboys
Year Ground Opened: 1990
Undersoil Heating: Yes
Shirt Sponsors: Cherry Red Records
Away Shirt Sponsors: Dormeo
Kit Manufacturer: O'Neills
Home Kit: Navy and Light Blue
Away Kit: All Yellow

External View
External View
Frank Adams and Dreams Stands
Frank Adams and Dreams Stands
Looking Towards The Greene King Terrace
Looking Towards The Greene King Terrace
Main Stand
Main Stand
Dreams Stand
Dreams Stand
Frank Adams Stand
Frank Adams Stand
Greene King Terrace
Greene King Terrace
Main and Dreams Stands
Main and Dreams Stands

On one side of the ground is the impressive looking Frank Adams Stand, opened in 1996. This was named in memory of the man who originally donated to the club their previous ground at Loakes Park. It is a large two tiered stand, complete with a row of executive boxes and it dwarfs the rest of the stadium. The other three stands are smaller affairs but are at least all covered. Only the Greene King IPA Stand at the home end remains as terracing. Opposite is the Dreams Stand, housing away supporters, a medium sized single tiered stand, with windshields to either side. Along the other side of the ground is the Main Stand. This single tiered stand has a raised seating area, meaning that fans access it by climbing a small set of stairs in front of it. There is a large video screen situated in one corner of the stadium, between the Dreams and Main Stands.

Away fans are mostly located at one end of the ground in the Dreams Stand, where just over 2,000 supporters can be accommodated. For teams with a larger following then 350 seats are also made available in the Main Stand, increasing the total allocation to 2,350.

I personally had an enjoyable day at Wycombe. The club has a relaxed friendly feel about it. The ground is situated in a nice setting with a wooded hill over looking the ground (this normally has a small contingent of supporters watching the game for nothing) and with green fields surrounding the other sides. The standard football ground fayre of Cheeseburgers (£3), Hot Dogs (£3), Double Cheeseburgers (£4.50), Phat's Chicken Balti Pie (£3) and Pasties (Cheese or Cornish £3), Sausage Rolls (£2.70) and Chips (£2), are available from the refreshment kiosk.

David Abbott a visiting Northampton Town supporter informs me; 'I have to say what an excellent ground Adams Park is. Good signposting around the ground, good organisation, good atmosphere, excellent view from the away end and friendly fans. It was a very pleasant visit and if all grounds and supporters were as welcoming and well-behaved as Wycombe the game would be all the better for it'. 

Toby Hillier a visiting Brentford fan adds; 'The ground is absolutely splendid and set in wonderful surroundings. Although the atmosphere was pretty flat on my visit, the beating of a drum in the home end often rallied the home fans behind the team. The home fans are a friendly bunch and all of the staff that we encountered were also very friendly. You can park at the ground itself, however it is a nightmare trying to get out at the end of the game. It took us 50 minutes to do the 2 miles back to the motorway. My suggestion would be to park a mile or so away from the ground and walk. This should provide you with a quicker route away from the game'.

Mike Jordan a visiting Torquay United fan tells me; 'I found the home fans, stewards and staff of Wycombe to be friendly & welcoming towards away supporters. Also, for visitors interested in wildlife, at half time or during dull moments, look out for Red Kites drifting over the ground!'

At the stadium itself, there is the Scores Bar and Vere Suite which welcome away fans. There is no entry charge for supporters to enter. Martin Redfern a visiting Scunthorpe United informs me; 'We arrived early at the ground and were able to go into the Supporters Club located at the far end of the Main Stand. It was a spacious room with two bars and food. The atmosphere was extremely relaxed and friendly with both home and away fans'. Located just outside the away fans entrance is a heated marquee which is for visiting supporters only. Inside there is a bar selling alcoholic drinks, whilst nearby is a mobile catering unit which sells hot food, including pies.

As the ground is on the edge of an industrial estate, there aren't many other drinking establishments around. Neil Young informs me 'The nearest pub to Adams Park, is the Hourglass in Sands (about a 15 minute walk, from the end of the road up to the ground). Away fans are normally okay in small groups except for big games or local derbies'. James Goddard adds; 'The Hourglass is a great pub, where home and away fans mix with no problems. The landlady on our visit was on her own and couldn't do food but sent us to the chippie and let us eat them in her bar - even gave us forks; as she said, it kept us drinking ale in her pub!' 

Nigel Cockram a visiting Bristol Rovers fan adds; 'There is a great pub, (but only for the lads) called the White Horse, at 95 West Wycombe Road, which is the A40, about 1 & 1/2 miles from the ground. It opens at 12.00 on Saturdays, has one real ale, BUT has gorgeous strippers from 12.30. Entry is free, but each girl does a collection after each act. I thoroughly recommend this pub. Directions - if in a car, find the Hourglass pub, near the ground which is in Chapel Lane, follow Chapel Lane going away from the ground, until it's end, turn right into West Wycombe Road (A40), the White Horse is about 100 yards on the right hand side. If walking from the Station, you have to pass the White Horse on the way to the ground'.

The stadium is located on the outskirts of Wycombe on the Sands Industrial Estate. Leave the M40 at Junction 4 and take the A4010 towards Aylesbury. Turn left at the 4th roundabout into Lane End Road and then continue straight down this road. Cross another roundabout and into Hillbottom Road. The ground is down at the very bottom of this road. 

Car Parking

There is a fair sized car park located at the ground which costs £5 per car, or some of the industrial units provide match day parking (also at around £3). As there is only one road that leads from the stadium, I have heard that it can be a nightmare leaving the official car park at full time. I would recommend therefore, parking in one of the industrial units that line Hillbottom Road towards the ground. I did this and got away alright.

Adam Hodson a visiting Stockport Count fan advises; 'If travelling down the M40 from the North then an alternative route to Adams Park, is to first exit the M40 at Junction 5 and take the A40 towards Stokenchurch & West Wycombe. You will then reach a roundabout that has a Texaco garage on one side and you continue straight along the A40 towards High Wycombe. After around another mile turn right onto A4010 Signposted (M40) & Marlow (Adams Park is signposted from here). You will then reach two mini roundabouts that are situated quite close together. Continue straight on at the first roundabout, and at the second turn right onto Lane End Road towards the Sands Industrial Estate. At the next roundabout turn right into Hillbottom Road for the ground'. There is also the option of renting a private driveway near in the local area via YourParkingSpace.co.uk.

Post Code for SAT NAV: HP12 4HJ

Wycombe Railway Station is situated around two and half miles away from the stadium and is really too far to walk. It is served by trains from London Marylebone and Birmingham Moor Street. You can either take a Taxi (costs about £8) or get the football special bus that runs from the station to the ground on match days. The Football Special provided by Arriva departs the Railway Station for the stadium at 13:05 & 14:05 on Saturday matchdays and 17:50 & 18:50 for midweek games (cost £4 Adult Return, £2 Children). The bus returns 20 minutes after the final whistle. Micheal Gerloff a visiting Charlton Athletic fan informs me; 'The shuttle bus was very crowded after the game and it took over 40 minutes to get to the station. We had to run to the platform to make the 17:57 train back to London'. Also the station shuttle bus on the return leg doesn't accept single fare passengers, only those who travelled to the ground on the bus before the game and bought a return ticket are able to do so. Paul Willems a visiting Bristol City supporter adds; 'If you have got the energy, then a walk from the station to the ground along the West Wycombe road takes in several pubs and can make the three quarters of an hour or so walk seem a lot less! Those in the know will cut across a park just after the last pub on the West Wycombe Road and be there ten minutes sooner'.

Ian Newman a visiting Morecambe fan adds; 'I travelled by train and arrived just before 12 noon. The Football shuttle bus from the station doesn't start until later, so I took a ten minute walk to the town bus station and got the number 16 bus to the ground. From the bus station, you can also get the number 32 or 48 which drops you at the Hourglass pub.'

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Home Fans*
Frank Adams Stand (Centre): Adults £22, Over 60's £19, Under 26's £17, Under 19's £11, Under 13's Free
Main Stand: Adults £17, Over 60's £15, Under 26's £13, Under 19's £6, Under 13's Free
Bucks University Terrace: Adults £16, Over 60's £14, Under 26's £12, Under 19's £6

Away Fans*
Beachdean Stand: Adults £22, Over 60's £19, Under 26's £17, Under 19's £11, Under 13's Free

* The ticket prices quoted are for tickets purchased in advance of matchday. Tickets bought on the day of the game can cost up to £2 more.

Official Programme: £3.50

Oxford and from a little further afield Colchester United.

 

Wycombe Wanderers FC fixture list (takes you to the BBC Sports Website)

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For details of disabled facilities and club contact at the ground please visit the relevant page on the 
Level Playing Field website.

Record Attendance

At Adams Park:
10,000 v Chelsea
Friendly, 13th July 2005.

At Loakes Park:
15,850 v St Albans
FA Amateur Cup, 4th Round, 25th February 1950.

Average Attendance

2018-2019: 5,329 (League One)
2017-2018: 4,705 (League Two)
2016-2017: 3,917 (League Two)

If anything is incorrect or you have something to add, please e-mail me at: duncan@footballgrounds.net and I'll update the guide.

Wycombe Wanderers v Charlton Athletic
League One
Tuesday 9th April 2019, 7.45pm
James Butler (Charlton Athletic)

Why were you looking forward to this game and visiting Adams Park?

We were on a great run losing only once in 2019 and conceding only 8 goals in that time with none in the last three matches. A new ground with a bit of extra banter as one of my work colleges is a season ticket holder at Wycombe.

How easy was your journey/finding the ground/car parking?

I left work in south east London at 4.30 and arrived at Adams Park 1 hour and 45 minutes later. The M25 was behaving well for once. I followed the Adams Park brown football signs once off the M40. Adams Park is at the end of a dead end. This road is a long drag of industrial units most of whom offer parking at £5. However, after the game, you may well be blocked in so not good if you are planning a fast getaway. The closer to the ground that you park along this road the longer it will take to get away after. The Club car park although well appointed, is clearly the worst option if you want a quick get way, if time is no issue then it's a good choice.

What you did before the game pub/chippy etc, and were the home fans friendly?

We walked up to the ground in the pleasant early evening spring sunshine. Outside the ground there is an excellent beer tent and BBQ arrangement which creates a very friendly atmosphere with both sets of fans mixing well. Easily the friendliest atmosphere I have ever encountered at football almost akin to a Rugby atmosphere.

What you thought on seeing the ground, first impressions of away end then other sides of Adams Park?

I loved the ground. It really nestles in a valley surrounded on three sides by basically countryside. Yes, the ground is small, but more than big enough for Wycombe's historical needs. Even if they did do a Bournemouth and get up to the Premier League a similar sized ground works for them, so why not for Wycombe. The away end is basic, but of reasonable size, with fairly basic facilities. The Frank Adams Stand to the left is a great looking stand. The other two sides whilst small, and in the case of the home end terracing, they seem to afford a good view. A great external view of the ground can be had from the very top of the car park.

Comment on the game itself, atmosphere, stewards, pies, facilities etc..

The game itself was not the best. Wycombe were in a bit of bother dropping fast toward the relegation zone, we were pushing for the play offs, automatic not quite out of the question. A pretty even and a dull first half was just shaded by Charlton due to a goal from skipper Jason Pearce. The highlight of the half for me were the two buzzards circling above the ground. 

In the second half, Wycombe gave it a real go, whilst we defended well we had Phillips, in goal, and the post to thank on two or three occasions. The stewards were great and friendly. The facilities very basic, but adequate. The Charlton fans kept up a pretty good atmosphere throughout, the home fans did their bit, especially in the second half. Yes, it was not a classic, but it was a good hard game of football.

Comment on getting away from the ground after the game:

We celebrated for quite a while after the final whistle and did not get back to the car for ten minutes. We were blocked in and it took a while to get off the parking lot. Despite all that, we joined the M40 heading south by 10pm and I was home in North Kent by 11.40.

Summary of overall thoughts of the day out:

A win is a win so from that perspective a great evening out. That aside it was an enjoyable visit to Adams Park and one I would love to go on a Saturday. This is a family day out and would be a great venue to take the kids if you are planning their all-important first away day.

Wycombe Wanderers v Bradford City
League One
Saturday 2nd February 2019, 3pm
David Keegan (Bradford City)

Why were you looking forward to this game and visiting Adams Park?
 
My first ever visit to Adams Park making ground number 80 of the current 92 I’ve been too.
 
How easy was your journey/finding the ground/car parking?
 
After breakfast in the Toby carvery in Bradford, it was an uneventful three-hour drive to Wycombe. Arrived at 12.20 at the Hour Glass pub and parked in the pub car park.
 
What you did before the game pub/chippy etc, and were the home fans friendly?
 
Stayed in the Hour Glass pub. It was a nice friendly place and watched most of the Tottenham v Newcastle game in there on tv, before taking the 20 minutes walk to the ground. It had two cask ales on including Doombar (which I dislike) and the another which I can't remember the name of, but it was a decent pint.
 
What you thought on seeing the ground, first impressions of away end then other sides of Adams Park?
 
Adams Park is a tidy ground, with a good view from the away end. Not a bad ground for a fairly modern one, unlike some soulless new grounds that all look the same.
 
Comment on the game itself, atmosphere, stewards, pies, facilities etc..
 
A poor game, which had 0-0 written all over it. I hardly heard the Wycombe fans all game, it was like a library at times. The stewards were very friendly so no problems there. I bought a chicken balti pie that was overcooked as the pastry had gone hard. Obliviously it had been in the oven far too long.
 
Comment on getting away from the ground after the game:
 
I left the car in the pub car park after reading comments on here about the club car parking and glad we did. Left the pub car park at 5.15pm and then plain sailing back home for 8pm.
 
Summary of overall thoughts of the day out:
 
A decent day out and another ground ticked off the list. I enjoyed watching Norwich City tear Leeds apart in the late televised kick off on my iPad on the way home.

Wycombe Wanderers v Doncaster Rovers
League 1
Saturday 12th January 2019, 3pm
Paul Shillito (Doncaster Rovers)

Why were you looking forward to this game and visiting Adams Park?
 
As a Doncaster Rovers fan I am working my way through the 92 league grounds and am currently two thirds in (with Donny playing so might have to wait a while for some!) I was visiting alone and looking forward to an activity to take my mind off a busy first full week back at work after Christmas. Doncaster had been in very good form, beating Rochdale 5-0 at home on New Years Day and Preston North End in the FA Cup so I was looking forward to a good and quality game of football.
 
How easy was your journey/finding the ground/car parking?
 
I live in the Midlands currently so an easy two hour drive M42/M40 and then to the ground. Adams Park is well signposted once you are off the motorway. There were industrial units that offered parking near the ground for £4/£5. I normally try and find a side street for free but didn't know the area well enough to do this on this occasion.
 
What you did before the game pub/chippy etc, and were the home fans friendly?
 
I found the nearest geocache (another hobby of mine) which took in good views of the ground. Being in the Chilterns and at the end of a dead end of an industrial estate with raised hillsides on three sides out of four, you do feel like you are in the middle of nowhere rather than 30-40 odd miles from the middle of London which is nice! I also had a (very nice and fresh tasting) pint of Theakstons in the club bar. The home fans came across as 'well behaved.' and I had no issues with them.
 
What you thought on seeing the ground, first impressions of away end then other sides of Adams Park?
 
The ground is an impressive stadium well sited in the valley of several hillsides. The stands do vary in height considerably. The away end was bigger than I was expecting (as was the stadium.) It was nice to see terracing at one end. However, the gap between away and home end fans is larger than average which I feel discourages some of the 'chant banter' of a game. The floodlighting looked barely adequate and I feel needs improvement.
 
Comment on the game itself, atmosphere, stewards, pies, facilities etc..
 
The first half was slightly flat. Doncaster turned on the style and quality to lead 2-0 in the second half and the already buoyant atmosphere of the away end went up a level. As is often the way, we did far more chanting than the home fans, however, they certainly found their voice when they staged an unbelievable comeback to win 3-2 from 0-2. Needless to say, the atmosphere changed from ecstatic and almost mocking Wycombe (which I didn't join in with as I feel that is unfair) to disbelief and a bit of silliness from a few of our younger fans at the end.
 
Comment on getting away from the ground after the game:
 
Far worse than average to be honest, one road out and a 20 minute wait for pedestrians to clear before you could even move! Yellow signs also directed me the long way eight miles or so of country roads) back to the motorway before disappearing at crucial points in villages leading me to rely on my iPhone for directions.
 
Summary of overall thoughts of the day out:
 
Despite the result and one of the most drawn out getting away after experiences of my football supporting life the stadium and game was fantastic escapism and I have ticked another of the 92 off!

Wycombe Wanderers v Coventry City
League One
Tuesday 1st January 2019, 3pm
Lee Bradbury (Coventry City)

Why were you looking forward to this game and visiting Adams Park?
 
On the back of two consecutive home wins in the Christmas week, the chance to see us do the double over the Chairboys in their own backyard was too tantalising to pass up, and would help see in the new year!
 
How easy was your journey/finding the ground/car parking?
 
Heading south through/from Coventry on the A46 before joining the M40 for the rest of the journey; everything went really well. The added benefit of it being the New Year bank holiday probably helped keep traffic low. Finding Adams Park was very easy once you get onto the right roads, and is signposted reasonably well. Parking is available throughout the industrial estate and the road leading up to the ground, however, we decided to try our luck inside the gate. Due to a lack of pre-booked parking, we had to pay £5 to park but were situated on a hill immediately adjacent to the ground, meaning no walking was involved.
 
What you did before the game pub/chippy etc, and were the home fans friendly?
 
The few home fans we spoke to seemed friendly enough; some even offering to help escort my wheelchair-bound Dad through the car park. There was a small area next to the ground/car park entrance, fenced off for fans of both teams to mingle, with a tent offering food and drink. As the weather was dry and mild there was a nice relaxed atmosphere around the ground, as fans mixed and chatted.
 
What you thought on seeing the ground, first impressions of away end then other sides of Adams Park?
 
Adams Park itself is set in quite idyllic surroundings for the most part. Surrounded by woodland and a large rolling hillside, you'd be forgiven for forgetting that you just drove through an (albeit small) industrial estate to arrive here. Adams Park sees away fans situated in their own stand, behind the goal. Incidentally, this is the second-largest stand in the ground. The stand itself is fairly decent for a ground of it's size and offers good views. Opposite is a much smaller, terraced stand, and to the right of the away end is the main stand. The other side sees Adams Park's largest and most impressive stand. A two-tiered affair, this stand also sandwiches in a row of corporate boxes. With no capacity in any of the ground's corner areas, it offers up the feel of a classic small English football ground, albeit one that is somewhat well looked-after.
 
Comment on the game itself, atmosphere, stewards, pies, facilities etc..
 
After a slow start, the Sky Blues started to find their feet and eventually were awarded a penalty, which Conor Chaplin dutifully converted. We controlled the rest of the game, and grabbed a second, through Jonson Clarke-Harris' first touch after coming on from the bench. A comfortable 2-0 away win for Coventry City. While our away support was in typically fine vocal fettle, it's disappointing that the same can't be said of our hosts. Perhaps underwhelmed by the lack of vibrant attacking play from the home side, Wycombe's supporters were for the most part silent, allowing our lot to continually tease them on that fact (from about 20 minutes in, we followed up the majority of our chants with a large shushing noise, so as to not disturb our fellow library attendees). A pre-game cheeseburger from the small yet efficient food and drink stall went down quite well and was a fair price by football ground standards. Special mention must go to all of the car park attendants and stewards, who made both myself and especially my Dad feel very much welcome at the ground. As we sat in the disabled section, it was nice to have the stewards offer my Dad, and other disabled visitors, as much of their services as they could provide - even going as far to offer blankets out as the temperature dropped in the second half should we have needed them, and to ask if we wanted anything from the food stand!
 
Comment on getting away from the ground after the game:
 
We had been advised by several of the ground staff that getting away from the ground involves the non-driving fans being allowed exit from the ground first before any vehicles can be allowed out, thus causing a large queue. As we had the game sewn up nicely, and we saw a good seven minutes of stoppage time go up on the fourth official's board, we decided, begrudgingly, to make our way out early. This made things a lot easier. The car park attendants did their best to offer their assistance in loading my Dad's wheelchair into the car, and we just managed to pull off as the final whistle blew. Despite a few others leaving early, we managed to get away with ease, and we soon cruised back to Coventry.
 
Summary of overall thoughts of the day out:
 
A pleasant, easygoing experience, topped off with a solid win for the Sky Blues! Wonderful stewarding saw rave reviews from the old man on the drive home and gave me peace of mind throughout our visit. All in all, an enjoyable away day supporting the not-always-enjoyable Sky Blues

Wycombe Wanderers v Barnsley
League 1
Saturday 8th December 2018, 3pm
David Crossfield (Barnsley)

Why were you looking forward to this game and visiting Adams Park?
 
It was my first ever visit to Wycombe. I am trying to visit a few new grounds every season.
 
How easy was your journey/finding the ground/car parking?
 
I travelled by train to Kings Cross and then by tube to Marylebone to get the train to High Wycombe. I got the Football Special bus from the station which dropped me outside the ground. After the game the bus parked a good five minutes walk away on the main road. The traffic back into High Wycombe was heavy, but I arrived back at the railway station at 5.30 pm, in good time for the next train back to London Marylebone.
 
What you did before the game pub/chippy etc, and were the home fans friendly?
 
I had a big breakfast before catching the train so I didn't eat before or at the match. I went into the Bootleggers pub just outside High Wycombe station. Ten real ales on tap and a decent place. Just a couple of home fans at the bar. I then had a walk to the Mad Squirrel pub on Church Street. It was fairly quiet and I wasn't keen on their own beers.
 
What you thought on seeing the ground, first impressions of away end then other sides of Adams Park?
 
Adams Park is a nice tidy ground in a wooded valley at the end of an industrial area. The view for away fans behind the goal is good.
 
Comment on the game itself, atmosphere, stewards, pies, facilities etc..
 
The stewards were really chatty. The atmosphere on the away end was pretty subdued after the initial chanting. Barnsley played poorly and created little despite 59% possession. Once Wycombe scored in the 59th minute it was game over. They defended well and stopped Barnsley playing. The home support was noisy, supported by drums.
 
Comment on getting away from the ground after the game:
 
No problem. A walk back to the main road to catch the supporters bus.
 
Summary of overall thoughts of the day out:
 
Apart from the result, it was a good day out.

Wycombe Wanderers v Norwich City
League Cup 3rd Round
Tuesday 25th September 2018, 7.45pm
Tim Scales (Norwich City)

Why were you looking forward to this game and visiting Adams Park?
 
I had never been to Adams Park before and was hoping I would see Norwich City progress to the fourth round of the EFL Cup. We were on a good run of form coming into the game and our Manager Daniel Farke takes Cup games seriously (which is very refreshing), so I was fairly confident of a Norwich win.
 
How easy was your journey/finding the ground/car parking?
 
At the second attempt (after we had got to Thetford and my mate had realised that he'd forgotten his ticket), it was a relatively stress-free 2 and a half hour drive down from Wymondham (10 miles south of Norwich) down the A11, then the A505, westbound on the M25 and then down the M40 for about 15 miles. We parked in the Eden Shopping Centre in the town centre, which cost £4 (although this would cost more for a Saturday 3pm kick-off). It was a bit of a walk to Adams Park (especially after a bit of a detour) but it was nonetheless easy to find.
 
What you did before the game pub/chippy etc, and were the home fans friendly?
 
We visited several pubs before (and after) the game, most notably The Phoenix which is about two minutes' walk from where we parked, which has a good range of beers, a pool table and a decent-sized beer garden. The barman there directed us to The Squirrel pub as a place to drink before the game which was not as near to the ground as he had indicated although a nice place to have a beer and again it had a good selection on offer. There was a decent choice of chain restaurants in the town centre - we chose Pizza Express. The home fans were very friendly both before and after the game and were more than willing to have a chat. We had no problem in getting into any pub that we visited, either.
 
What you thought on seeing the ground, first impressions of away end then other sides of Adams Park?
 
The away end itself is decent-sized with a good view of the action. As for the rest of the ground, Adams Park is a typical League One stadium but it has a fair amount of character, especially with the tiny Main Stand to the right of the away end. The two-tiered stand to the left of the away end is genuinely impressive, while the terrace behind the goal opposite houses the loudest section of Wycombe's support.
 
Comment on the game itself, atmosphere, stewards, pies, facilities etc..
 
The game was a real ding-dong affair with Norwich playing some very good football at times and were 2-0 up inside 15 minutes thanks to two Jordan Rhodes strikes: the first bundled home from two yards; the second a sumptuous right-footed finish into the top corner. To their credit, Wycombe never lied down and Paris Cowan-Hall pulled one back for the hosts with a scrappy finish from a corner. Tom Trybull re-established City's two goal lead from a corner of their own and Jordan Rhodes appeared to have completed his hat-trick before half time but the referee ruled it out for reasons unknown to man nor beast! 
 
Rhodes did get his hat-trick after the restart, turning home Emi Buendia's cross but Norwich then hit the self-destruct button, giving away a soft penalty to give Wycombe a glimmer of hope. Sam Saunders converted from the spot and an untidy finish after a bit of penalty area pinball led to a very nervy final 15 minutes for Norwich. We luckily held out despite the hosts throwing everything they had and Adebayo Akinfenwa at us, but Wycombe deserved a lot of praise for the way they stuck at it and never let the scoreline faze them. 
 
In terms of atmosphere, Wycombe's home fans were decent and were well behind their team all the way through the ninety minutes although it's always a shame when the most vocal home fans are miles away from the away support. It was slightly disappointing that there were only 2500 Wycombe fans at the game but Norwich at home is possibly the worst draw they could have asked for from their perspective. I did not buy anything in the ground but my mates tried to buy a pint at half time only to find out that they were not serving alcohol inside the away end - whether this is the case for every game, I am not sure.
 
Comment on getting away from the ground after the game:
 
With only one exit to the away end, it did take a little while for Norwich's 1500-strong following to leave Adams Park after the final whistle. Having parked in the town centre, which is about a half-hour walk away from the ground itself, getting out of Wycombe proved no problem with virtually no traffic on the road. After a couple of pints (of Pepsi for me) after the game, we hit the road and had a smooth journey home.
 
Summary of overall thoughts of the day out:
 
This was a very enjoyable day and it's always good to see a highly entertaining game of football at a nice ground, even if it was a bit nail-biting at the end. A good day out at a very welcoming town and at £10 a ticket, the game was very reasonably priced.

Wycombe Wanderers v Blackpool
League One
Saturday 4th August 2018, 3pm
Mark Steele (Neutral)

Why were you looking forward to this game and visiting Adams Park?

It had been two or three years since my last visit. Adams Park is a great venue for watching football and the fans are always friendly. Adams Park is a good ground to bring friends or family to with no concerns over safety.
 
How easy was your journey/finding the ground/car parking?
 
Really easy. I ignored my Sat Nav trying to send me some utterly stupid route and followed the signs after exiting the M40 down Lane End Road. Parking at Adams Park used to be okay but last time I went they had started this ridiculous policy of stopping the cars out of the pay-on-the-day car park at the top of the slope every time a car wanted to leave the lower car park where they have presumably paid more. This can easily add an hour to your departure time from the stadium. As a result, I and a number of other people parked on the industrial estate on the way to the Stadium. This costs the same or less as parking at the stadium and you get out quicker after the game because the cars coming out of Adams Park have to get past you. It’s a shame Wycombe cannot sort their parking out as they are losing money with the current arrangements from people staying away from their car park.
 
What you did before the game pub/chippy etc, and were the home fans friendly?
 
Being a little later than I had planned, we went straight through the turnstiles into the concourse behind the Frank Adams Stand. Everyone at the ground was very friendly and happy to chat.
 
What you thought on seeing the ground, first impressions of away end then other sides of Adams Park?
 
All of the stands at Adams Park look very comfortable and seem to offer a good view. I have been in all of them at some time or other and have never had any problems.
 
Comment on the game itself, atmosphere, stewards, pies, facilities etc..
 
The game was not a great one. Defences were better than attacks on the day and no-one ever looked likely to score. 0-0 was fair. The pies at the stadium were nice although very hot. Definitely get a fork if you have one. The cheeseburgers were stone cold even before the game – they weren’t good last time I went either but even worse this time around. Avoid the burgers!
 
Comment on getting away from the ground after the game:
 
If you want to escape Adams Park quickly you need to park in the industrial estate on the right-hand side (on your way in) so that you can turn left to exit afterwards. Otherwise, your choices are leaving a few minutes early or stay at the ground for a drink or an hour after the game. Do none of these things and you'll just be sat in queuing traffic for an hour.
 
Summary of overall thoughts of the day out:
 
A very enjoyable day out. Adams Park is well worth a visit.

Wycombe Wanderers v Preston North End
FA Cup Third Round
Saturday 6th January 2018, 3pm
Martin Atherton (Preston North End fan)

Why were you looking forward to this game and visiting Adams Park?
 
I haven’t been to Adams Park for a few years and never for an FA Cup match. Tickets were cheap as well, so a group of us travelled down together.
 
How easy was your journey/finding the ground/car parking?
 
Remarkably smooth. Four motorways each way on a 400-mile round trip and not one holdup was like stepping back 40 years. Having been before, I knew about the parking issue so we left the car about half a mile away and walked up to Adams Park. We also went through West Wycombe simply because it is a more scenic route.
 
What you did before the game pub/chippy etc, and were the home fans friendly?
 
We went into one of the lounges in the outside of the Main Stand and mixed with the locals. It was a pleasure to be treated civilly by fans and stewards alike and to have a pleasant chat about the Chairboys with our hosts.
 
What you thought on seeing the ground, first impressions of away end then other sides of Adams Park?
 
The ground has changed little since my last visit, the main one being the away End is now seated. Good view of the pitch and it was a pleasant change to look outside the ground and see nothing but trees and fields. The kite circling the ground throughout the game (bird rather than on a string!) was a novel sight as well.
 
Comment on the game itself, atmosphere, stewards, pies, facilities etc..
 
A potentially tricky cup tie was made less tense by Josh Harrop’s sublime free kick less than 90 seconds in. A thoroughly professional performance from North End and Wanderers at least had a brief glimmer of hope when they equalised just before half time. A convincing 5-1 win though.
 
Comment on getting away from the ground after the game:
 
We hung around for a while outside the ground talking to friends then walked ten minutes back to the car and home just after 9.00 pm after an equally stress free journey.
 
Summary of overall thoughts of the day out:
 
One of the most enjoyable away games I have been to in years in terms of the whole experience, not just the result. A good day out at a very welcoming club. A special mention also for the reception given for ex-Preston player Gareth Ainsworth received from the North End fans and which he reciprocated. We brought him up well.

Wycombe Wanderers v Lincoln City
Football League Two
Saturday 5th August 2017, 3pm
Matthew McCaughan (Lincoln City fan)

Why were you looking forward to this game and visiting Adams Park?
 
It was the opening match of the season and Lincoln City's first on returning to the Football League. Plus with three months without football over the summer, I was really excited to be going to this one.
 
How easy was your journey/finding the ground/car parking?
 
We came on the supporters bus, which arrived at Adams Park at 1.30pm, so had no trouble getting to the ground at that time. I noticed that Adams Park is well sign posted around the area.
 
What you did before the game pub/chippy etc, and were the home fans friendly?
 
There was a large beer tent and a barbeque outside the ground , which helped make it a good atmosphere. We had no problems with the Wycombe fans.
 
What you thought on seeing the ground, first impressions of away end then other sides of Adams Park?
 
Adams Park is located on an industrial estate out of town. From the outside, it looks a lot bigger than it actually is.
 
Comment on the game itself, atmosphere, stewards, pies, facilities etc..
 
The match ended in an entertaining 2-2 draw. The atmosphere wasn't the greatest, not helped by the majority of the Wycombe fans being in the opposite end of the ground. Clean toilets, and decent food and beer.
 
Comment on getting away from the ground after the game:
 
Being at the end of an industrial estate, there is only one way in and out. We got moving at about 5.30pm. So it is probably worth parking a 10/15 minute walk away to get away quicker.
 
Summary of overall thoughts of the day out:

It was an enjoyable day out at Adams Park, I would definitely return there.

Wycombe Wanderers v Cambridge United
Football League 2
Saturday 6th May 2017, 5.30pm
Trevor Applegate (Cambridge United fan)

Why were you looking forward to this game and visiting Adams Park?

As it was the last game of the season me and the boys always travel to where ever it was, today was Wycombe's turn. We have been to Adams Park before and enjoyed it so looked forward to the return journey! The other plus side was both teams needed to win to get into the play-offs so was going to be an interesting atmosphere.

How easy was your journey/finding the ground/car parking?

Getting there was easy as it was a late kick, meaning the roads were easy going and we were in no rush to get there. We wanted to eat a meal before getting to the ground so decided to stop at a pub called " The Squirrel Pub" great food!! Then drove the remainder of the journey to Adams Park. Paid £5 for parking just before the ground.

What you did before the game pub/chippy etc, and were the home fans friendly?

Well after stopping off for food and getting to the ground, there was a great smelling BBQ and beer tent going on with carnival music outside, with all the fans mingling together. Even the stewards were friendly and having a laugh.

What you thought on seeing the ground, first impressions of away end then other sides of Adams Park?

Adams Park is a good modern day stadium. As I've been here before for me it looked smaller than the last time.. but this time we sold out the away section!  A nice large away stand and a humongous Main Stand. I wouldn't say no to that back at Cambridge.

Comment on the game itself, atmosphere, stewards, pies, facilities etc..

From a Cambridge look on the match... The fans, Beach balls and the Barbeque all turned up.. even the stewards! But alas not the players. But it was the last game of the season and all the Cambridge supporters weren't going to be put off just because we lost, we sung. we bounced; "It will be next season, is our season!."

Comment on getting away from the ground after the game:

Coming out of the ground we decided to go back to the pub we had lunch at to wait out the traffic and reflected on the match. There we meet two Wycombe fans doing the same thing. We had a chin wag and headed home.

Summary of overall thoughts of the day out:

Was a great day out at Adams Park and I would do it again.

Wycombe Wanderers v Portsmouth
Football League Two
Saturday 4th February 2017, 3pm
Dan Frostick (Portsmouth fan)

Why were you looking forward to this game and visiting Adams Park?

Wycombe is a local ground for any Pompey fan as it's only 90 minutes away. Plus I wanted to go and see the local area as my Grandad who would have been 100 this year grew up in Wycombe.

How easy was your journey/finding the ground/car parking?

I took the A3, M25 & M40 route to Adams Park and found the ground to be very well signposted. I parked on the nearby industrial estate costing £4 and arrived around 11:30am.

What you did before the game pub/chippy etc, and were the home fans friendly?

My dad, my friend Aaron and myself walked up to Adams Park to have a preview of the ground in the home section. The home supporters are extremely friendly walking around the ground and more than happy to recommend any where to drink, so we headed to the Hourglass which is a well priced pub that also does hot food.

What you thought on seeing the ground, first impressions of away end then other sides of Adams Park?

Adams Park is very tidy and cut into the Buckinghamshire forest, which is quite picturesque. The stewards were very friendly and were happy to direct you towards your seat. I was expecting there to be more Wycombe fans as both sides were in the top seven in the league. Knowing the large numbers of Portsmouth fans who travel to away games, maybe could have given some more tickets to Pompey supporters for the small side stand.

Comment on the game itself, atmosphere, stewards, pies, facilities etc..

I had a pie inside the ground which cost £3 which I thought was reasonable. The atmosphere was very good both sets of supporters getting behind their side. Wycombe ended up winning 1-0 the goal took a defection off Matt Clark, despite Pompey having the better of the second half couldn't find a way past the Wycombe defence.

Comment on getting away from the ground after the game:

As there is only one way out we crawled back into the M40 & hit the motorway around 6pm. Traffic was then fairly quiet getting back and I  was home just after 8pm.

Summary of overall thoughts of the day out:

A very good afternoon at Adams Park and I would highly recommend anyone to visiting Wycombe for a very friendly family atmosphere.

Wycombe Wanderers v Morecambe
Football League Two
Saturday 12th November 2016, 3pm
Ian Bell (Neutral fan)

Why were you looking forward to this game and visiting Adams Park?

Living in and working near Reading and as my team Birmingham City were not playing during the international break and with the girlfriend out with her mates, I thought me and my mates could go and watch some football and Wycombe wasn't a bad shout.

How easy was your journey/finding the ground/car parking?

Well we started of in Reading town centre a good breakfast as do and took the bus from Reading to Wycombe took about 40 minutes. Once in the town centre found a Wetherspoons outlet near by the shopping centre and Sainsburys, from there found Yates which was showing the football and later other sports so had a drink and something to eat there. We then got a bus from the main bus station which took us to the Hourglass pub. From there its about 15 minute walking time to Adams Park.

What you did before the game pub/chippy etc, and were the home fans friendly?

There was a bar called Scores at the ground so we popped in there not busy but able to get a drink, one home fan said Wycombe fans go into their Vere Suite a larger bar but i think this home fans only, but he did mention depending on the away team they have large tent for away fans to get a beer and something to eat. Wycombe fans were friendly.

What you thought on seeing the ground, first impressions of away end then other sides of Adams Park?

Adams Park is a fantastic ground for League Two football, comprising three sides of seating and one end terrace. We decided to sit in the upper tier of the Woodlands Stand, where we enjoyed a fantastic view of the pitch. Food was alright burgers, hot dogs, chips.

Comment on the game itself, atmosphere, stewards, pies, facilities etc..

Wycombe just outplayed Morecambe and deserved to win 2-0 despite it being 0-0 at half time. Generally a good game.

Comment on getting away from the ground after the game:

We got the bus back to the town centre, which took around 20 minutes. We then went to the White Horse Pub also went to The Bird in Hand. Before the bus back to Reading which we got back around 8.30pm.

Summary of overall thoughts of the day out:

Me and four lads whom love football, just went to a nearby game for a few beers and a good day out. Wycombe didn't disappoint!

Wycombe Wanderers v Colchester United
Football League Two
Saturday 27th August 2016, 3pm
Piers Palmer (Colchester United fan)

Why were you looking forward to this game and visiting Adams Park?

I was going to be moving to Australia in September so I wanted to go to as many games in as I could before I had to settle for Australian..soccer. Also Colchester and Wycombe have had an old, but slowly fading rivalry and since I hadn't been to Adams Park, I thought it'd be a good game and atmosphere.

How easy was your journey/finding the ground/car parking?

I followed the directions from the Football Ground Guide website. From Essex it was simply a case of going along the A12 then across the M25 and then onto the M40. Follow signs for the ground once you're off the slip road heading into town. Easy. Parking was fine, we just chose one of the many industrial estate car parks along the road leading to Adams Park.

What you did before the game pub/chippy etc, and were the home fans friendly?

We tried to go into the big beer tent they had set up outside the ground just for away fans but they'd run out of food and stopped serving at 2.30pm which is just about when we turned up. So we decided to go to the burger van just outside the ground. Got a few side glances from the home fans (as it was a 'derby') but we felt comfortable enough.

What you thought on seeing the ground, first impressions of away end then other sides of Adams Park?

The Adams Park ground looked fine from the outside. The away stand is great. Good size, comfortable leg space and decent views. Personally, Wycombe has become one of my favourite lower league grounds. It's terrifically varied. The huge two tired stand completely contrasts the tiny Main Stand and the home end terrace behind the goal just caps the whole place off brilliantly.

Comment on the game itself, atmosphere, stewards, pies, facilities etc..

The stewards were very friendly. They were very happy to make jokes and have a laugh with fans. Made pat downs and bag searches on entry (probably due to it being a 'derby') a much nicer experience. The ground was strangely empty considering it's posted as one of the biggest games on the Wycombe calendar. The home end terrace tried drumming up some atmosphere but they were generally very quiet and flat. Having said that the Colchester fans were so loud I barely heard the Chairboys fans. We really made some noise!

The first half was really just a game of head tennis with few chances. Colchester road their luck a bit defensively and let Wycombe have a few more openings than they deserved. But generally the U's dominated. We didn't tipple in the half time delights Wycombe offered but it seemed adequate. There is a food and drink outlet to the right hand side of the stadium. The toilets are near there too. They're adequate and in good condition. Second half saw Col U absolutely dominate. Two goals (Porter 63mins and Szmodics 82mins) were well deserved. The second one was a screamer. Some fans 'over-celebrated' and spilled onto the pitch but the stewards merely pushed them back. They weren't forceful or ejected anyone. They also didn't moan at fans for standing compared to many other grounds stewards that seem to. Colchester fans dominated in the stands as much as Col U did on the pitch. It was great to make a real noise!

Comment on getting away from the ground after the game:

Getting out of the ground takes a bit of patience. It's only one road out and everyone is heading in the same direction. However, one of the industrial roads has a shortcut to the M40 which they signposted and it cut a lot of our time getting out of the ground. Very helpful!

Summary of overall thoughts of the day out:

A fantastic day out. It's definitely one of my favourite away days (not just because of the result!). Wycombe is definitely one I'd come back to if not because of the ground but because of all the red kite birds floating around the town and stadium. (I must admit I watched the sky a bit too much rather than the match..). Great location, easy to get to, a ground with lots of character, friendly stewards, terrific result and a chance to do a bit of bird watching. What more could you want! One to remember while I'm supporting the U's from the other side of the world.

Wycombe Wanderers v Stevenage
Football League Two
Saturday 12th March 2016, 3pm
James Walker (Stevenage fan)

Why were you looking forward to this game and visiting Adams Park?

Adams Park Entrance SignI was looking forward to this away day because of the fact of how relatively local it is for us. Plus Stevenage had never lost at Adams Park before, in our previous three visits. However our awful form (with only two away wins) as well as not scoring in any of our last three games before this one, made me a little concerned against a team who terrorised us in this same fixture just over a year ago.

How easy was your journey/finding the ground/car parking?

Me and my Father drove for this one and the journey was an easy trip around the M25 and M40 to Wycombe. The journey itself took about 1 hour 15 minutes due to a slight hold-up on the M25. We parked in the same place as last season which is a CEF car park for £5. There are a lot of small businesses on the road that lead up to the stadium and all of the car parks are open on matchdays for about £5 each. There is also one big car park at Adams Park itself but I'd imagine it would take a long time to get out afterwards.

What you did before the game pub/chippy etc, and were the home fans friendly?

The first thing was to get a programme (£3.00) and a Wycombe badge (£1.50) from the club shop. Next to the club shop outside, is a badge seller called Terry (who also does badges at AFC Wimbledon home games). He offers a large collection of badges from all clubs in England as well as Wycombe Wanderers matchday badges, priced at £3 each. There also copies of 'Groundtastic' on sale for £5 from him as well. Wycombe Wanderers also have an 'Away Fans Village' just outside the club shop which includes a big bar marquee (similar to the one at Yeovil) selling a wide range of beers and soft drinks as well as a few tables. There is a mobile truck next to this selling a range of pies, burgers, hot dogs and other food.

The Away End

Away End

What you thought on seeing the ground, first impressions of away end then other sides of Adams Park?

Adams Park is a very nice tidy little stadium and I've always enjoyed my trips here. The away end is a good sized all seater stand that can generate a good noise and offers excellent views of the action. There is a big disabled section at the front of the stand to the left of the goal and offers for up to 8 wheelchairs and carers. Drums are allowed in to the away end. The stand behind the opposite goal is the only terrace, and is clearly the singing section as all of the home noise seemed to come from this stand. The stand to our left is a big double-tiered stand called the 'Frank Adams Stand' and the stand to our right is a small single-tiered all seater stand, and this stand is where the tunnel is.

Comment on the game itself, atmosphere, stewards, pies, facilities etc..

Corner Flag KioskThe game itself was poor from our point of view with Wycombe racking up an impressive but alarming 7 corners in the first 10 minutes. The rest of the first half carried on like this with Wycombe working Jamie Jones in our goal very well without scoring. The only goal game on 70 minutes when their pressure finally paid off to give Wycombe a deserved win. The food and drink at Adams Park is purchased the 'Corner Flag Kiosk' which is situated (as the name suggests) next to the corner flag and sells Chicken Balti/Steak & Ale/Chicken & Mushroom pies for £3 each, whilst chips cost £2.

Comment on getting away from the ground after the game:

Getting away was very easy, as all we had to do was cross the car park outside the away end and turn right, then walk down the hill to the car park that we parked in earlier. The local traffic was a little slow but still moving, and we were back on the M40 within about 35 minutes of the final whistle, getting home just after 6pm.

 

Our View From The Away End

View From The Away End

Summary of overall thoughts of the day out:

Overall this wasn't the best away day, but I've certainly seen far worse on my travels this season. Thankfully this was only a narrow loss with a good atmosphere and a short drive home. I still enjoyed the day to a degree and have always enjoyed trips to Adams park. If we manage to beat the drop this season then this will certainly be a ground I'll go back to next season.

Half Time Score: Wycombe Wanderers 0-0 Stevenage
Full Time Result: Wycombe Wanderers 1-0 Stevenage
Attendance: 3,715 (271 away fans)

Wycombe Wanderers v Bristol Rovers
Football League Two
Saturday 27th February 2016, 3pm
Thomas Inglis (Neutral fan)

Why were you looking forward to this game and visiting Adams Park?

This was English ground Number 63 for me.

How easy was your journey/finding the ground/car parking?

My journey starts by getting a Megabus from Dundee on the Friday night before the game to London, arriving Saturday morning 6.40am. I then got a train to Wycombe at 8.10am after a spot of breakfast. I got the general directions from this website site and had all day to get there, but still a bit of a hike, seems miles from the town centre.

What you did before the game pub/chippy etc, and were the home fans friendly?

Getting to Wycombe at 9am allowed me a chance to have a look around the town, markets, shopping malls, church, interesting buildings that took my fancy. After all that culture, time for a pint. I headed along West Wycombe Road and came to the first pub the 'Bird in Hand' just in time for early West Ham game on TV. After first pint, 3 bus loads of Bristol fans came in. I had a chat with a few of them and they all seemed in a boisterous, confident mood. I was told there were strippers in the next door pub (the White Horse) but this was full of even more Bristol fans - gave it a miss. I still hadn't seen a Wycombe fan and this didn't change when I got to next pub 'The 'Hourglass' which had been given over solely to away fans.

What you thought on seeing the ground, first impressions of away end then other sides of Adams Park?

I eventually got to Adams Park, had a look in club shop then to the Club bar at the ground. I took the opportunity to stand at a game and joined the home fans on the terrace behind the goal. The away end behind the opposite goal was full of aforementioned hordes of Bristol fans. The Main Stand was to my right and looked an impressive structure. All in all a nice wee stadium in a quaint country setting.

Comment on the game itself, atmosphere, stewards, pies, facilities etc..

There was plenty singing from both sets of fans throughout the game. In my end though there were a couple of drummers that started off the majority of the Wycombe fans repertoire, and created a great atmosphere. The game itself had a few chances for both teams, but nothing really clear cut. As it wore on I was resigning myself to a nil - nil then Wycombe got a free kick in the 85th minute. The ball was swung into the box and O'Nien met it with a wonderful 10 yard header, cue great scenes of jubilation all around me. I was swept into the celebrations and for about 12 seconds I felt like a Wycombe fan (it's great being on the terraces!).

Comment on getting away from the ground after the game:

No problem getting away from ground apart from the actual distance to get back to town centre. I stopped into 'White Horse' to watch a bit of tea time game - West Brom 3 nil up.

Summary of overall thoughts of the day out:

A fine day out, another ground ticked off. Having been to every Scottish ground these trips give me something different to look forward to and sometimes it is actually cheaper to travel this distance than to go and watch my own team (Dundee United) away.

Wycombe Wanderers v Carlisle United
Football League Two
Saturday October 24th 2015, 3pm
Dave Nicholson (Carlisle United)

Why were you looking forward to visiting Adams Park?    

Adams Park was to be a new ground to visit for me.

How easy was your journey/finding the ground/car parking?    

straightforward as we were travelling on the supporters club coach, laid on by the Club.

What you did before the game pub/chippy etc, and were the home fans friendly?    

We were dropped off at the Hourglass pub which is the last one before you reach Adams Park. It was fairly quiet when we arrived before noon, but soon filled up nearer to kick-off. Nice little pub although a bit scruffy, The folk were friendly enough though.

What you thought on seeing the ground, first impressions of away end then other sides of Adams Park?

Its a good 15 min walk from the pub to the ground. But it is straightforward as there is only one road in, as it is in an industrial area with businesses located on either side of the approach road. The away end is a decent size but there is no bar and only one food outlet that I could see, There is a big stand to the left with a very small Main Stand opposite. The home end behind the other goal is small with terracing, Adams Park The ground is at the very end of a country estate as all you can see around it is trees.

Comment on the game itself, atmosphere, stewards, pies, facilities etc..  

I had a flag to display and the young steward I asked first was a bit unsure with what to tell me,  He was looking frantically for a supervisor who then appeared - she was helpful and told me where I could hang the flag. Food was okay (Burger & chips), only one toilet block as I could see and there were long queues at half time. Although Carlisle were reduced to 10 men midway through the first half we battled well and took the lead early in the second. Wycombe battered us for the rest of the half which led to a 89th min equalizer. We probably would have took a point before the game anyway.

Comment on getting away from the ground after the game:

One road in and one road out so even though the attendance was only around 3,500 the traffic after the game was rather busy. Once we made it onto the main road it was fine.

Summary of overall thoughts of the day out:

The locals we met were friendly,  plus another new ground for me in a season of mostly southern based teams in League Two.

Wycombe Wanderers v Fulham
League Cup 1st Round
Tuesday 11th August 2015, 7.45pm
Fave Howells (Fulham fan)

Why you were looking forward to going to Adams Park?

Another stadium off the list, and a bonus to watch a lower-league team whilst also watching Fulham (lets hope that statement still holds true in a few years time!)

How easy was your journey/finding the ground/car parking?  

Journey was a bit rushed due to it being an evening game. It basically took (admittedly stressful) 2 hours on various public transport from central London to sitting on the seat in the stadium, so manageable for an away game, but only just. Tube, train and bus were efficient. Club/Arriva do a matchday bus from Wycombe Railway Station, £3 for a return (adult) which is a good service, not going to get much better than that. Bus takes about half an hour to get from the station to Adams Park. Although the stadium is annoyingly a little way out of High Wycombe, can be no real complaints here.

What you did before the game pub/chippy etc, and were the home fans friendly?    

Unfortunately, not much time before the game to go to the pub. A shame, cause it did look nice around there and I had read some good reviews of local pubs.

What you thought on seeing the ground, first impressions of away end then other sides of the stadium?    

The away end seems to be one of the better stands in the stadium. Ground is set by a forested hill, which makes a nice backdrop. The visiting supporters stand faces west, so if its an evening game and the game is woeful, might be in luck for a cracking sunset...

Comment on the game itself, atmosphere, stewards, pies, facilities etc..    

Game was pretty mediocre, one moment of actual skill settled it. Fulham ended up winning 1 - 0, but neither team will be remembering it for too long.

Comment on getting away from the ground after the game:

Bit of traffic as there isn't exactly a plethora of ways out. But as with attendance of 4,000 it does sort itself out pretty quick. The bus back was relatively empty, which is always a novelty.

Summary of overall thoughts of the day out:

It's a nice enough stadium/place. If its a visit towards the 92, then I'd be tempted to go for a weekend match and actually enjoy the location as it is really pretty around there. For an evening game - unless you're local - it is pretty rushed and you don't get to see the best parts of doing it. Overall, I would go again, but next time on a Saturday.

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Updated 29th July 2019

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