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Wycombe Wanderers

League 1
Adams Park
Capacity: 9,466
Adams Park
Hillbottom Road
High Wycombe
HP12 4HJ

Disabled supporters contact

Club or stadium contact
 for disabled fans

Stephen Copp
Disability Access Officer


General ticket office contact


01494 441 118

Accessible ticket contact

Stephen Copp
Disability Access Officer


Disabled supporters association

Peter Lerner

Accessibility information

Number of wheelchair user spaces


Number of accessible toilets


Accessible services + information

Assistance dogs

There are not currently any relieving stations provided for assistance


Hearing loops

The club does have a hearing loop in the ticket office and in main reception.

Club shop

The club shop is accessible for all fans and has a low level serving counter.

Club hospitality

There are currently no spaces in hospitality and VIP areas for wheelchair users.

Braille and large print provision

Club do not currently provide any disabled supporters information i.e. booklet with a map of accessible facilities in accessible formats (large print, easy read).

Food concession stands

Catering kiosks in the home and away sections do have low level serving counters and so are fully accessible.

Total number of parking spaces

Car parking operates on a first come first served basis.

How we set targets

We use accepted industry standards to set the club targets. The reference documents include: Accessible Stadia Guide 2003 and Accessible Stadia Supplementary Guidance 2015; Building Regulations Approved Document M, Access to and Use of Buildings; BS 8300, Design of buildings and their approaches to meet the needs of disabled people; Guide to Safety at Sports Grounds (Green Guide); Access for All, UEFA and CAFE Good Practice Guide to Creating an Accessible Stadium and Matchday Experience

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This information is provided by Wycombe Wanderers. Level Playing Field (LPF) cannot be held responsible if the service and provision differs from what is stated here.

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Updated August 2021

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  • Daniel Townley,
    2 years ago

    [Reply from Wycombe Wanderers to Jo Newall’s comment below]

    Regular visitors to Adams Park, our home for the last 30 years or so, will know that we are situated at the end of an industrial estate cul-de-sac. On three sides we are surrounded by areas of restraint and outstanding natural beauty where development is almost impossible. Back when we moved here from our town centre site we were a small non-league Club, then we found ourselves promoted through the pyramid, now table topping in Football League 1. Over the years improvements have been made to extend our capacity and to add lounges with bars. The stadium toilets remain an area very much ready for improvement, I do apologise that there is only a cold water tap in the accessible toilet this is an area where we should do better.

    We have chosen to manage our disabled parking and tickets ourselves and usually we have not experienced the problems outlined but I am sorry that it didn’t work out for you on your visit this time.
    You will be pleased to hear that we have invested in safety netting that is now in place behind the warm up goals to catch any misplaced shots. We now alternate placing the warm up goal on different sides.
    I do hope that your experiences does not stop you visiting us again.

  • Jo Newall,
    2 years ago

    Little change at Adams Park from the review I wrote on our last visit 7 years ago. Still one of the worst grounds for getting out of at the end of the match, lots of patience required. Wycombe’s Policy on the Sale of tickets to Away Wheelchair Users Wycombe has 9 spaces for away wheelchair users (with adjoining PA seats) at the away end, so I did not understand why tickets for away wheelchair users could only be bought at Wycombe and not at our home club like every other fan was able to. When I phoned up, I was told they would be emailed to me. They weren’t (not even in my spam folder) so another phone call and they arrived immediately. On them it said “Free” (not just the PA ticket), if only! My problem was that as well as buying my own tickets, I had bought one for another wheelchair user who is not able to make telephone purchases (as many disabled fans can’t for various reasons). How can I ask them to pay me back for a ticket which says “Free” on it? When I made my third call to Wycombe and explained, I was told “it is ok your ticket is your receipt” and would you accept a receipt that says £0 for something you paid £21 for? They were not listening to me! Eventually I persuaded them to send me written confirmation of how much they had charged me. Problems with tickets did not end there, when we arrived at the ground, 2 fellow wheelchair users who had not gone down the route of email tickets, had a really bad time being sent from pillar to post to obtain the tickets they had paid for. At one stage they were told their tickets were on the coach – complete nonsense given they had not sent the wheelchair tickets to the away Club, why on earth would they be on the coach? All this does not even take account of the fact that they sold the tickets for the away wheelchair fans on a “first come, first served” basis which goes completely against how restricted tickets should be sold!

    Accessible toilet
    Awkward to get into and out of in a wheelchair, steep ramp up and one down inside in a small area where a 90 degree turn is required. My friend could not open the door and had to ring for help. Only one cold water tap which I consider very poor hygiene when running hot water is important to many wheelchair users for infection control purposes.

    Seating Area for Wheelchair Users
    Well proportioned with good views but yes you have guessed, they put the practice goal in front of this area and then stewards suggest you move to the side, just where the off target balls tend to be shot!

  • susan clark, who attended wycombe wonders
    3 years ago

    Attended this match on the 26th January 2019 as a carer to an ambulant disabled fan.
    On the tickets it states a seat number and row but it was actually unreserved seating.This causes many issues as if you are early you can pick your seats. With someone who has a learning disability or autism or or dementia or has anxiety issues trying to explain that you can sit anywhere as the seat number and row doesn’t mean that is where you need to sit is very confusing.
    I do think this could be improved to help us carers in not having to deal with a meltdown over seat numbers!

  • Sheila Quinn, who attended Wycombe Wanderers vs York City
    6 years ago

    I previously ordered tickets over the phone directly from Wycombe and also requested a wheelchair car park space but was told it was on a first come basis.

    Prior to match we had a meal at The Blacksmiths Arms, a Harvester pub.

    Arriving at the ground we were shown to a disabled car park space, there weren’t many left.

    I collected our tickets from the blue pod in the car park. We bought a program from a seller in the car park. The club shop was accessible but we didn’t go in.

    On entering the ground a steward checked our bags & tickets and then open some large doors for us to go through.

    There were disabled toilets just inside the entrance but I never saw a refreshment bar.

    There were about 5 wheelchair spaces each with 2 seats pitch side, in front of our own fans.

    A steward checked to see if we were ok & said to call him if we needed anything, and then said if we wanted to move out of the sun, he would take us to other seats in a different stand.

    Everyone from the fans to stewards were very friendly.

    It did take us a long time to get out of the car park after the match, and the car park steward did warn us when we parked.

  • J and J, who attended Visited as Away Fans on 24/03/12
    9 years ago

    All stewards at Wycombe were excellent. Upon arrival at Adams Park in our club’s wheelchair accessible minibus we were immediately directed to a flat parking space next to our entrance. Info point to collect our tickets was also close-by. (Away clubs’ official transport coaches drop off/pick up outside the ground.) Wheelchair spaces for away fans at front of away supporters stand at pitch level (about 8 with 2 carer seats between each space). Walk from gate to wheelchair spaces at the end of the away stand was a distance but stewards accompanied all disabled fans to their seats and provided a wheelchair for this when required. Stewards were eager to check we were happy and stressed that if we needed anything to call them over. They specifically mentioned that they tried not to walk in front of us during play and if this became a nuisance to just tell them. (As this has been an issue at other clubs it was appreciated, although this was not a problem we encounted at Wycombe). Lots of room between wheelchair spaces and the hoardings round the pitch. I did note that hoardings were higher than usual to look over. One accessible toilet as you go in, close to the refreshment outlets. Relatively small with a steep slope at the door where a step has been ramped. That said, it was very clean with hot water and I coped in large powered chair. Steward saw me approaching and immediately opened the door for me rather than watch me struggle as I have known elsewhere. On the day we visited we had an unexpected heatwave and we were sat directly in the sun. During the second half stewards checked we are all ok and offered free drinks of water which was much appreciated. Only negatives were that the headset commentary for sight impaired fans is only available if you sit with the home fans and something which you share with all fans at Wycombe, getting back to the main road at the end of the game is a very slow process. The stadium is at the back of industrial park which becomes a total bottle neck. Don’t expect a quick get a way.