Skip to main content Skip to site footer
Club News

Travel guide: Wycombe Wanderers

13 April 2017

Supporters who are travelling to Adams Park for tomorrow's Sky Bet League Two clash with Wycombe Wanderers can read important travel information right here.


Wycombe’s home ground is Adams Park, named in honour of benefactor and former captain Frank Adams. The stadium opened in 1990 and can hold up to 12,284 spectators.


The Stags Supporters Association will be providing family-friendly coach travel to the fixture and prices are as follows:

Amber members: £15
Blue members: £20
Non-members: £25

The coach will be departing from One Call Stadium at 9.00am on the morning of the game. 

To book your place, please call their booking hotline on 07967 689597.


To drive to Adams Park, get on the M1 from the A60. 

From there, continue towards the A42 before following the M42 and M40 to John Hall Way. 

After that, take the A4010 towards Hillbottom Road and you will reach your destination, Adams Park.


There are three changes on the journey from Mansfield at Nottingham, London St Pancras and London Marylebone which will take around four hours.


Our away contingent can park at the ground for £5, or alternatively some of the industrial units nearby provide matchday spaces at around £3 at the end of Hillbottom Road.


We have received a pre-purchase allocation of 450 tickets in the Panache Stand for the fixture, which will be unreserved seating. 

Prices are as follows: 

Adults: £20 
Seniors: £17 
Young adult (19-25): £15 
Juniors (8-18): £11 
Seven and under: FREE 

If any supporters require a wheelchair space they must contact Wycombe directly on 01494 441118. 

Ambulant disabled supporters will be required to pay the relevant age-related category and will receive a FREE carer ticket if they provide proof of medium to higher rate disability allowance. 

Stags’ fans will be able to purchase tickets on the day of the game by paying in cash at the away turnstiles. 

All ticket categories are subject to a £2 increase on the day, apart from under sevens, who will remain free.


If supporters arrive early, they can enter Scores Bar at Adams Park, which welcomes visiting followers, as well as Wycombe fans.


The last meeting between the two sides was in January 2017 when the Chairboys progressed to the semi-finals of the Checkatrade Trophy thanks to a 2-1 win. 

Stags had taken a first half lead thanks to striker Matt Green’s penalty after left-back Mal Benning’s cross had struck the hand of Wycombe’s Joe Jacobson. 

However, a double substitution by Wycombe manager Gareth Ainsworth turned the game on its head in the second half. 

He introduced front two Adebayo Akinfenwa and Scott Kashket who bagged a goal apiece to send the Chairboys into the semi-finals.


The exact distance between One Call Stadium and Adams Park is 145 miles via the M40 route, lasting two hours and 30 minutes by car, approximately.

Advertisement block