Wycombe Wanderers: Club Profile
One for the BBC Three Counties team to sink their teeth into (when Luton aren’t taking up the airwaves); our ‘derby’ with Wycombe Wanderers first played out in October 2010. But it’s not really an actual derby. There’s no bad blood or big history between the Chairboys and ourselves. Well, that’s what we think at least. There have been some battles – but not anything you’d say was out of the ordinary for two sides going at it hammer and tongs.
Wycombe Wanderers: Record vs Boro'
* league points only
Wycombe Wanderers: Result-by-Result (Boro' Scoring First)
Tuesday 08 October 2019
Saturday 05 May 2018
Saturday 09 December 2017
Saturday 11 February 2017
Saturday 17 September 2016
Saturday 12 March 2016
Saturday 17 October 2015
Saturday 28 February 2015
Saturday 23 August 2014
Saturday 31 March 2012
Saturday 31 December 2011
Saturday 12 March 2011
Saturday 02 October 2010
Players For Us... and Them
Wycombe Wanderers Ground Information
Away Fans’ Stand
Facilities for Disabled Fans
First up, parking. Blue badge holders must pre-book one of 15 parking spaces via the Wycombe Wanderers ticket office if you’d like to park at the ground. If not, you pay the same £5 as everyone else.
We don’t know too much about the facilities, however. We believe there are 10 spaces for wheelchair users at pitchside in the away end. But there are no specific provision for fans with ambulant disabilities.
We hear that the Scores Bar and Vere Suite at the ground lets away fans in for free. It’s the best bet unless you want to stop en-route or walk for 15 minutes. If you do, the Hour Glass is down the road on the third of three roundabouts as you head from the stadium.
Wycombe Wanderers Travel Information – Distance: 52 miles
Take the A1(M) south towards London, and depending on your preferred method, join the M25 anti-clockwise. We say ‘depending’. You can take the A414 towards St Albans and join the M25 at J21a to cut a corner.
Once on the M25, you’ll need to travel less than a quarter of the distance around as you leave for the Birmingham-bound M40 at J16. After about 26 miles, leave the M40 at J4 and join the A4010 heading towards Aylesbury for just over two miles.
At a mini-roundabout, you want to turn left into Lane End Road, followed by another right into Hillbottom Road.
At the ground, you’ll find a decent-sized car park that costs £5 each. The nearby industrial estate also has parking options at around £3. But, with one road in and one road out, it’s a trial to get home after the game. You might also find some street parking if you’re lucky.
Station: HIGH WYCOMBE
Services to: LONDON MARYLEBONE
The nearest station to Adams Park is 2.5 miles away from the ground. With this in mind, it’s a good idea to jump in a taxi to complete your journey.