Adams Park (capacity 10,300)
Adams Park has been the home of Wycombe Wanderers since 1990, when the club moved from their old stadium Loakes Park, which was sold to expand Wycombe General Hospital. The money raised from that was used to build Adams Park, which was named after former benefactor and captain Frank Adams.
The stadium has undergone further development since it opened in 1990. The Frank Adams South Stand was converted from a single-tier to a two-tier stand in 1996. In the same year the away end was converted to all-seater, and was then expanded in 2001. There is now just one remaining terraced stand, which attracts the most vocal of the home supporters.
Away fans visiting Adams Park are located in the Panache Stand, with a typical allocation of around 2,000.
Parking is available at the stadium which is a decent size, and there are a few matchday car parks on the nearby Industrial Estates on Hillbottom Road.
We’ve compiled a list of car parks, below, near Adams Park for hassle free parking while you’re at the match.
|Car Park||Sat Nav||Cost||Distance to Ground||Description|
|Adams Park Car Park||HP12 4HJ||£5||0.1km||There are a number of spaces at the stadium itself, but with only road road leading to the stadium, it can become quite congested after the game has finished.|
|JFC Engineering Matchday Car Park||HP12 4HJ||£5||0.1km||JFC Engineering is just one of a few sites on the nearby Hillbottom Road Industrial Estate that offers matchday parking. Some of the others are for as little as £3. It is just a very short walk to the stadium from here.|
High Wycombe Railway Station is over two and a half miles away from Adams Park, so it’s probably a bit far to walk. The more popular options are either to take a taxi which will cost around £9, or take the football special bus, costing £3, which departs from the railway station and takes fans directly to the stadium. On a Saturday the bus leaves at 13.05 and 14.05 for a 15.00 kick off and on weekday evening games, the bus leaves at 17.50 and 18.50.
Find train times and book your tickets for the best available prices by clicking through to the trainline website below:
There are a number of away friendly pubs near Adams Park, all of which cater to different needs. Please note, however, that some bars require club colours to be covered and some do not allow children.
However, rather than take our word for it, we want to give you the view from other away fans who have visited Adams Park.
Over the coming months we will be building up fans reviews of the best places to drink on an away trip to Wycombe Wanderers, and you’ll be able to find them here.
In the meantime, we’ve included a map below with all the best away pubs highlighted for you.
See what other away fans think of Wycombe Wanderers’ Adams Park in our ‘Away Day Reviews’.
If you’ve already been, then you can share your experience with us by writing your own review.
See how Wycombe Wanderers perform in our away day rankings, where away fans rate the pie, pint, cuppa and away day overall.
Check out our photo gallery where you can view other away fans’ photos. You can also share your own experience by uploading your own!