Adams Park

Away Fans' Guide | Wycombe Wanderers

The first of an Easter double header of games kicks off at Adams Park on Friday afternoon for Argyle.

Both the Pilgrims and Wycombe Wanderers are in the hunt for the end of season play off's and Friday's game is a crucial one for both sides.

Around 1800 members of the Green Army will be making the trip to Buckinghamshire, hoping the Greens can get their first win at Wycombe since 2015.

Heading to Wycombe on Friday? Read on for our fans' guide.

Away fans' guide to Adams Park


We have completely sold out of our allocation for tickets for this fixture.

We strongly advise supporters who do not hold tickets not to travel to Adams Park.

Ticket collections will be available from 1pm at the Main Reception.


Getting to Adams Park

By Car

Leave the M40 at junction 4 and follow the signs to Aylesbury on the A4010 (John Hall Way). Cross over three small roundabouts into New Road continuing down the hill to two mini roundabouts at the bottom. Turn sharp left at the first into Lane End Road and continue to the next mini roundabout at which turn right into Hillbottom Road. Adams Park is situated at the very end of the road.

If using a SAT-NAV use this postcode: HP12 4HJ

By Train

High Wycombe is served by the Chiltern Railways line, connecting Birmingham to London Marylebone. The station is approximately 2.5 miles from the stadium, and you can either walk, head to the bus station and collect the 32 bus to the Hourglass pub and walk the rest, or travel via taxi.

By Bus

You can travel to the game by bus via the number 32 bus which connects High Wycombe bus station to the Hourglass pub, and walk the rest.

Park and ride

The club operates a park and ride shuttle service from West Wycombe; click here for details.


A limited number of car park spaces are available to book online at before each match (cut-off is 3pm on Friday for a regular Saturday fixture), priced at £10 per vehicle. There is no parking available to buy on the day of the game, so please do not attempt to approach the Adams Park gates if you do not have a pass.

The lower tier at the car park is reserved for players, officials, hospitality guests and blue badge holders who have registered with the club. This is at maximum capacity, due to increased numbers of seasonal hospitality guests, blue badge holders, squad and coaching staff members, and the expansion of the Chairboys Village.

Upper tier car park passes are available on a game-by-game basis, with varying capacities dependent on the weather (as some areas will be unavailable in the event of heavy rain and/or snow). The maximum capacity is 350 in good weather, reduced to 150 in poor conditions.

All seasonal pass holders will be guaranteed a space until up to 30 minutes before kick-off, and the club will endeavour where possible to accommodate these vehicles on the hard standing area toward the bottom of the hill.

Local Parking

Wycombe Wanderers are pleased to have secured 220 parking spaces on home matchdays at Millbrook School on Mill End Road.

The school is one mile from the stadium, walkable in under 20 minutes, and fans can pre-book spaces online before each home game at, or pay on arrival on a first-come-first-served basis if there is still availability. Gates open at 12 noon, and will be locked at 7pm, for a regular Saturday fixture.

Parking restrictions and traffic wardens will be in operation on the streets in the local vicinity to the stadium; please park sensibly and ensure you are not blocking access for emergency vehicles or residents.

A number of independent car parks are in operation along the approach to the stadium; the club have been made aware of individuals attempting to take cash for parking at local businesses without authorisation, so please make an effort to check that you are parking at an approved site (car park attendants will usually be wearing yellow bibs affiliated to a charity or local organisation).

Food and Drink

Will Shaw’s Hellfire BBQ will be serving up a very special Bloomfield Burger in honour of the Wycombe no.10.

Grill House (German) and Karak Chaii (Halal) will also be situated in the car park.


There are a number of away friendly pubs near Adams Park, all of which cater to different needs.

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.


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