Adams Park has been home to Wycombe since 1990 and has a capacity of 10,000. There are no bad views from within the stadium with the pleasing lack of pillars. Away fans are housed in the Dreams stand behind one goal. This stand is all seated, as are the Bucks new University and Frank Adams stands that run along side the pitch. The Valley terrace behind the goal opposite the visitors is the only standing area that remains. This tends to be where most of the atmosphere arrives from.
Up to 2,000 visiting supporters can be catered for and they are situated in the Dreams Stand behind one of the goals. When a larger following is expected, an extra 800 spaces are allocated at the end of the Bucks New University Stand. The view from either stand is actually very good and unobstructed whilst the facilities and refreshment outlets are adequate and fairly priced.
Adams Park seating plan:
There are 2 burger stalls situated at the main entrance into the Adams Park car park. Both are very good and offer reasonable prices. However, I recommend arriving early and heading straight for 'scores' which is the Wycombe supporters club situated under the bucks new university stand. They allow away fans in and offer a good range of hot and food as well as beers and lagers. There is a wide range of memorabilia adorning the walls including a signed piece from the 1966 world cup winning squad that's worth a look.
Parking is available in the car park at the stadium priced at £5 per vehicle. However, the stadium is based on an industrial estate and many of the other units provide spaces for as little as £3. Definitely worth having a look before deciding on one as there's a rather nice burger stall outside the main entrance and what you save on parking could buy you lunch.
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The nearest / closest train station to Wycombe Wanderers' Adams Park Stadium is High Wycombe which is around 3 miles from the ground and runs from Birmingham Snow Hill to London Marylebone. There is a taxi rank outside the station.
Alternatively, you can get the football special bus that runs from the station to the ground on match days. The Football Special (No.501) departs the Railway Station for the stadium at 13.55 on Saturday match days and 18.40 for midweek games (costs £3.50 return). The Special returns 10 minutes after the final whistle.
Rivals - Oxford
Travel: The ground is pretty much on the outskirts, just off the M40, so driving looks good! The ground has a big car park on site, but there are lots of places on the industrial estate leading to the ground that are much easier getting out, and mostly slightly cheaper too.
Refreshments: As said, the ground is pretty isolated, so very little if anything near the ground. The pies are lush though, so could be worse!
Impressions: Great ground to look at, something you hardly ever see any more with 4 totally different stands! Worth noting too that there isn't an obstructed view in the place! The away fans get probably the dullest stand with a simple all seated single tier, while the home end opposite get a pretty decent terrace. Down the sides is the big two tiered Frank Adams Stand, while in contrast, the weird little raised Main Stand completes a pretty unique ground!
Atmosphere: They have a drummer, notice a pattern? It was really disappointing like a lot of grounds with a drummer, bang bang bang drowning out any singing, and the second the drummer stopped, everybody just shut up! Never heard a thing from the Preston fans all day.
Enjoy: Fantastic ground to look, but generally lacking as an overall away day experience.
Ground Name: Adams Park
Address: Hillbottom Road, High Wycombe, HP12 4HJ
Main Tel No.: 01494 472 100
Team Nickname: The Chairboys
Year Ground Opened: 1991
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