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Big Demand Expected For Pompey Badges

WWFC v PORTSMOUTHAdams Park is likely to attract one of its biggest crowds of the season for Saturday’s fixture, with Portsmouth expected to sell out their allocation in the Panache Stand.

Last season for this game, we completely sold out of Matchday Badges, so make sure you get yours early by visiting Terry’s Badges stall just inside the Adams Park gates.

WYCOMBE SNOWMENTerry and ‘Tav’ will also have the few remaining badges from our games earlier this season in case you have missed any of those, plus various special badges produced with the light and dark blue colours

WycombevCambridge201409272543All profits go to the Trust to help them manage the finances of YOUR Football club.

Terry also carries a large stock of hard-to-find non-league badges so his stall is worth a visit.



Ale Festival on Saturday

Real AleThe Vere Suite will once again play host to a mini ale festival ahead of the visit of Portsmouth on Saturday 31st January (k.o. 3pm).

Included on the racks will be Hardys & Hansons Bitter, London Glory, Old Golden Hen, Belhaven Robert Burns Brown Ale and Old Speckled Hen, giving fans a wide choice of beers to enjoy before the game.

Read more at http://www.wycombewanderers.co.uk/news/article/ale-festival-returns-for-pompey-clash-2216225.aspx#YpDHuQMcmeCrkOOg.99


‘We’re All Going to Cambridge’

WWFC v CAMBRIDGEFollowing hot on the heels of their FA Cup ties with Manchester United, Cambridge United are looking forward to the visit of Wycombe Wanderers on Saturday 7th February.

The Trust has just received this message from Margaret Pearson on behalf of Cambridge Fans United;

We are looking forward to Wycombe Wanderers’  visit to the R Costings Abbey Stadium on Saturday 7th February.

Cambridge Fans United have produced an information sheet (available through this link: http://www.cambridgefansunited.org/away-supporters-information.html  ) which we hope will be of help to your supporters planning to attend the game. There are details of parking, routes to the ground and contact numbers.

In particular, we can provide a commentary for visually impaired supporters. You need to book in advance – all the details are on the attachment.

Yours sincerely,
Margaret Pearson

Cambridge United has always been a very hospitable club and the facilities for away fans have improved over the years since the opening of their South Stand in 2002. I well remember standing on the Allotments End Terrace before that!

Hope lots of Chairboys fans can make the trip.


Please Volunteer to Tidy Our Stadium – Sunday 1st February

IMAG0326Lots of great work has already been done by volunteers at Adams Park this Autumn. We have finished 3 of the steep banks around the perimeter and smartened up the car park.

Well done everybody and thank you for all your help.

The next work party is on SUNDAY 1st February –  please let John know if you have not  already signed up

John Derben says “Hi,  I know it is a lot to ask in the middle of winter but a small team working on Tuesdays has made a good start clearing behind the Frank Adams stand and one good day with 12 people will finish the job. We have 4 at the moment – is there anyone out there who can help please? We start at 9.30am, or as soon as you can make it, with lunch and tools provided. Just bring a pair of gardening gloves. No special skills needed. John “

Please e-mail j.derben123@btinternet.com or tel 01494 441145 if you can help

Some volunteers prefer to work on other days of the week and this can be arranged, just let John know.

Finally please spread the word as the more we have helping the easy it gets. John looks forward to hearing from you.


Stories you may have missed…… from WWFC!

wwfc 1We 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:


Help Publicise Upcoming Games

Upcoming fixtures_A3_V3The Football Club is asking if “you can play your part in increasing attendances at Wanderers’ home ground by downloading, printing and displaying the poster in your local community – at pubs, gyms, sports clubs, schools and around your workplace”

Click here for the article which contains the link to download this poster.


Trust AGM – Thursday 26th February

trust logo 003 wwfc our heritageThe date has now been set for the Annual General Meeting of Wycombe Wanderers Supporters Group Limited k/a “Wycombe Wanderers Trust“.

This will take place at Adams Park on the evening of Thursday 26th February. Formal notice to members will be issued in due course.

Opportunity to stand for election to the Trust Board of Directors. 

One item of business will be to elect members to the Trust Board of Directors.

Nominations are very welcome from members who have the necessary time and skills to contribute to the running of the Trust.

If you are interested, please contact Trust chairman Trevor Stroud at: trevor@wycombewandererstrust.com to arrange an initial discussion and to request a Nomination Form.

Members aged 16 or over on the date of the AGM are able to stand for election.

Nomination Forms must be returned to the registered office of the Trust by Saturday 31 January 2015.

Many thanks for your continued support. We look forward to seeing you at the AGM.


SALE – 25% off on some February Half Term Football Courses

Jan Sale - Splash page 2Something for the youngsters:

Wycombe Wanderers Sports & Education Trust are holding a number of courses between the 16th and 20th February 2015 in the Wycombe, Maidenhead, Beaconsfield and Chesham areas.

SALE: If you book during January you will be able to get 25% off any of the five-day half term holiday course bookings – just use the code ‘JAN25′. This means you can get a £75 five day course for only £56.25 throughout the month of January – that’s only £1.25 more than a three day booking.

Individual day and three day course bookings are also available but these are not part of the January Sale.

All these WWSET courses will be indoors which means they have limited capacity. Several courses over the Christmas break were fully booked so make sure you book up early to avoid disappointment.

CLICK HERE to book a place


Quiz Nights – Dates for 2015

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.

OWWSAOWWSAThe Official Wycombe Wanderers Supporters Association are holding a Quiz Night in the Vere Suite on Friday 13th February 2015.

The cost is £5 per player in a team of which the maximum number is 8.

The quiz will commence at 7.30pm, however food will be available from 6.30pm – there will be a choice of 3 meals – and the bar will be open from that same time.

To register your teams please contact Sandie Derben on 01494 441145. This is always a really good night and all profits are donated to the Football Club.



WWEPAThe 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)

Other News...

Thanks to the Fund-Raising Climbers


Last year three of our members took on personal challenges to raise funds for the Trust. Lisa Bowker and David Roberton joined many other football fans in climbing to the top of Snowdon, whilst Frank Burton made it to the summit of Ben Nevis. We are pleased to report that between them they raised the [more…]

Great Feedback for WWSET


Wycombe Wanderers Sports and Education Trust (“WWSET”) has been making it’s own ‘table-topping headlines’ with excellent feedback from parents and children who have attended their various holiday time courses of late. From their latest analysis of that feedback: “Wycombe Wanderers Sports & Education Trust is delighted to announce an average of 9.5 out of 10 for [more…]

Ex-Players Support Charity – Can You Help?


From the Wycombe Wanderers Ex-Players Association: Kennedy website up & running “In November we reported the sad news that Howard Kennedy, one of the club’s true legends from the 1970s, had been diagnosed with terminal cancer. Not only was that news heartbreaking, the manner in which it was broken to him and his family caused extra [more…]

Anti-Social Behaviour – Text Service


Recently there have been some complaints from opposing teams and even from our own supporters about the bad language used by some of our fans both at our ground and at those we visit. We encourage all fans to get behind the team but not to use foul and abusive language. We repeat below the message [more…]

Message from the Trust Chairman


2014 has been a rollercoaster ride both on and off the pitch.
On the pitch we went from the feeling of inevitability of relegation from the Football League and the start of a downward spiral which we would have had little control over, to the complete and utter elation of survival (although there was a bit too much man-hugging going on for my liking), to the delight of a free scoring squad who all want to play for the Club, managed by a young bright manager (and his team) and who currently sit proudly at the top of League 2.

Christmas is Coming……..Get Your WWFC Santa and Snowmen Badges


For our next home league game vs Luton on BOXING DAY Friday 26th December, our Matchday Badges will have some good company on Terry’s Badges stall. 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 [more…]

Message from Kenya


I have today received a nice message from Pastor William Othieno the director and Pastor of the Mama Kerry Project in Nakuru-Kenya. 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 [more…]

Wycombe Wanderers – “a source of pride for the town”


Good to see support for Wycombe Wanderers coming from the Bucks Free Press last Friday in the form of an editorial by Andy Carswell. Andy regularly reports on Wanderers matches for the paper and their website. Click here to read what he had to say in calling for greater support from local residents. “It is [more…]

Trust Board Update


Wycombe Wanderers Trust (“WWT”) held its regular monthly Board meeting this week. The WWFC Chairman attended to give a full update on all matters relating to the Football Club. The launch of the WWT Community Share Scheme will now be in early January due to legal and seasonal factors making a December start impractical. A [more…]