See you at Adams Park for the big match on Boxing Day – it is ALL Ticket so you will need to get yours by 1pm on Christmas Eve.
More information here
There will be a limited number of specially commissioned Santa badges which we hope will be popular with our younger fans – or indeed their parents also. They will make excellent (if slightly late) Christmas presents!
There are still a few Dalek and St Georges Flag badges for sale and these will be joined by a new design – Keep the Faith (pictured right). There is even talk of some Snowmen (seen left) – but only in badge form!
All these badges sell for £3 each of which £2 goes straight to the WW Trust to support the Football Club. The Trust also earns £1.50 for each Matchday badge sold – which again retail at £3.
Wycombe Wanderers is the only team who has cared and contributed most to our project.
You have made us proud with all volunteers like Matt and others to our project.
Thank you for your management and all the donations at Mama Kerry.”
Click here if you want to recall the 2013 trip to Kenya by Matt Bloomfield, plus a number of club staff and fans.
As usual with these things, you get none for a while then two come along together!
However we are pleased to bring you news of these two events which are both aimed at having a bit of fun, some keen competition and to raise funds through the respective organisations to support OUR Football Club.
OWWSA – The Official Wycombe Wanderers Supporters Association are holding a Quiz Night in the Vere Suite on Friday 13th February 2015. (More details to come)
WWEPA – The Wycombe Wanderers Ex-Players Association have their Quiz Night in the Vere Suite on Saturday 21st March 2015 starting at 7.30pm.
(On this date WWFC play away at Luton so fans wishing to attend both should be able to get back from there in good time)
We would like to invite you visit a special exhibition at High Wycombe Library which is running from NOW and into the Spring of 2015.
The exhibition is a project led jointly by the Football Club, Wycombe Wanderers Trust and the Wycombe Wanderers Ex-Players Association showcasing memorabilia and artefacts from the club’s 127-year history, many of which have never before been viewed by the general public.
It tells the story of the club’s Wembley years and famous cup runs, plus its various homes in the Wycombe area, while it also pays tribute to the legacy of Frank Adams and celebrates our “local heroes” and other connections which have helped cement the Chairboys into the heart of its local community.
The Wycombe library is situated opposite Marks and Spencer in the Eden Centre and the exhibition can be found on the second floor in the reference section. However near the first floor entrance there are entry forms for a special competition which anyone can enter, for which the answers can be found by looking at our special display cabinets dotted around the second floor.
For those interested in seeing more pictures from Wycombe Wanderers’ past, then go to Sharing Wycombe’s Old Photographs via www.buckscc.gov.uk/swop – a Bucks Library Service initiative sponsored by the National Lottery through the Heritage Lottery Fund.
We thought you might like an easy link to news stories from the past couple of months that have now dropped off the front page of the club’s official website www.wwfc.com Click on any/all of the links below:
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Spotted yesterday on the Chairboys Gasroom was the following: “The board deserve a tremendous amount of credit for sticking with Ainsworth. Yes, we stayed up by the skin of our teeth but what a turnaround. Adams Park also has started to look good, the shiny new signs and lack of blank ones around the ground have [more…]