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Saturday’s 500 Club Party with the Players and Manager is Now Fully Booked

The 500 Club event which takes place after Saturday’s game with Port Vale at Adams Park is now fully booked, with no more spaces available.

Now in its second year, the 500 Club has raised more than £30,000 for the club’s playing budget, thanks to contributions from Chairboys fans who’ve each pledged £150 or more to the cause.

Along with regular prize draws, contributors are to be rewarded with an exclusive event with the players and management staff in the Caledonian Suite following the full-time whistle on Saturday, where there’ll be food, drink, a raffle and speeches.

Wanderers supporters should therefore note that the Caledonian Suite will not be open to the general public after the match.


Meet Gareth and the Squad on March 24th – 500 Club ’18 Party

500 Club’18 Supper Party

Join your fellow 500 Club’18 members in the Caledonian Suite after the Port Vale game on March 24th at 5 pm.

  • Supper will be provided free of charge
  • Gareth and the squad will be there
  • There will be a raffle for “money can’t buy prizes” and memorabilia
  • All 500 Club’18 members are welcome (17/18 season only)
  • RSVP essential to obtain entrance
  • Bring a friend for only £10 (includes their supper)

Important Admin:

The Caledonian Suite will be closed after half time and remain closed to host the 500 Club party

The supper will be provided free by Wycombe Wanderers Trust to 500 Club’18 members, drinks are down to you

The Players and Gareth will be there from around 5.15 to 7 pm and will have their post-match meal with us

£10 friend fee payable on the night in cash/cheque

If YOU want to be there and have not yet contributed to the 500 Club 18 scheme, then please go here


Quiz Nights Coming Up

WWISC were to be hosting a quiz night on Monday 11th December, starting at 8:00 p.m. in The Honours Lounge at Adams Park. Entry is £2 per person and its open to all. You don’t have to be a WWISC member to take part.

Do please come along if you can and bring any friends along (it’s not a football specific quiz).



Then to get the New Year going, OWWSA have their Quiz Night on Friday 12th January 2018 in the Caledonian Suite.

Teams should be a maximum of eight players, paying £5 each.

The night will start with food available from 18.30 and the quiz will go ahead at 19.30.

Please contact Sandie Derben on 01494 441145 to register your team and/or for further details.

This is always an excellent night and they look forward to seeing you there.



Trust Board Directors Play In WWEPA Golf Day

The Trust Board was invited to put a team of four into the Wycombe Wanderers Ex-Players Association (“WWEPA”) Annual Golf Day held on Friday 21st July at Winter Hill Golf Club.

The challenge was taken up by David Roberton, Nigel Kingston, Alan Cecil and David Cook pictured (l-r) on the first tee.

Whilst they didn’t win any prizes, our team scored a credible 81 team points (best 2 out of 4 on each hole) and all enjoyed themselves in the process, paying their own way for the whole day.

At the evening dinner there was a fundraising raffle and an auction for two hospitality tickets (donated by Andy Harman) to the ATP Tennis Championship at the O2 Arena in November , with the proceeds going towards the WWEPA’s stated Charity which is the Willow Foundation – set up by former Arsenal legend Bob Wilson and his wife in memory of their daughter.


Rhino and Robbo Get On Their Bikes for Prostate Cancer Charity

RyanWanderers legend Keith Ryan is jumping in the saddle to represent the club on the ride to Amsterdam for Prostate Cancer UK this summer.

The former club captain, who scored 50 goals in 517 games across a 15-year spell at Adams Park, has signed up to represent the Chairboys on the ‘Football to Amsterdam’ challenge, raising funds for the Football League’s Official Charity Partner, Prostate Cancer UK.

David RobertonRhino will be joined by supporter and Trust director David Roberton on the two-day adventure, which starts at the Olympic Stadium on 3rd June and ends in the Dutch capital 145 miles later, with a ferry crossing at Harwich in the middle.

Click here to sponsor Keith Ryan
Click here to sponsor David Roberton
Anything you can give will be greatly appreciated. No pressure or expectation, but every little helps!


Major Football Exhibition at Adams Park – Thursday 12th November

Adams ParkAdams Park will play host to a football exhibition on Thursday 12th November, organised by footballtradedirectory.com (FTD) – the UK’s largest on-line football directory.

Anyone in the Wycombe area involved in running a football club – large or small – is welcome to visit this free-to-attend event; one of a series of nationwide exhibitions organised by the FTD.

The day gives those running football clubs large or small a chance to meet suppliers, sponsors and fundraisers in the same day.

John Booth from FTD said: “We are delighted to announce that Trevor Stroud (Wycombe Wanderers Trust chairman) and Andrew Howard (Club chairman) will be on hand for a question and answer session.

“Given the range of exhibitors and the speakers I’m sure delegates, from whatever level of football, will find the event worthwhile.

“The day is fairly informal and delegates can come and go to suit their own diaries.”

Doors open at 11.00am; there is ample parking and refreshments, with the event closing at approx. 3.30pm.

To book a free place or enquire about exhibiting please call 0843507 900 or email ollie@sportsglobal.co.uk.
For more information on this event, click here


Lisa’s Latest Fundraising Challenge

Lisa and GarethClub loyal supporter and Trust member Lisa Bowker is taking on another challenge this year to raise funds for the Trust and Wycombe Wanderers.

UPDATE: Lisa has gone through her original fundraising target of £2500 and has reset this to £3000.

Please support her efforts now – another way in which anybody can help the Trust and the Club.

Last summer Lisa climbed to the top of Snowdon as part of a special event involving fans from a number of clubs.

On 12th April, Lisa is going to do a 10,000 ft tandem skydive.

Manager Gareth Ainsworth and a number of the WWFC players are already supporting this effort and you can too.

Click here for details on how to sponsor Lisa and help YOUR CLUB

Please go to Lisa’s giving page and pledge what you can to help her reach her goal of £2500.

Anyone who sponsors £5 or more will be put in a draw to win a signed pair of Matt Ingram’s gloves.

Lisa won the Sky Bet League Two Fan of the Month Award for January. Click here for more details of this award.


Leanne is Cycling for the Trust and Prostate Cancer

Prostate Cancer UKHot on the heels of one charity event being announced (but taking place on the day before) comes news that  lifelong supporter Leanne Hurford is organising a static bike ride to raise money for Prostate Cancer UK and Wycombe Wanderers Trust.

Leanne is calling on fellow fans to support her efforts. She is hoping to raise over £3,000 by collaborating with Chairboys fans to clock up as many miles as possible on exercise bikes before the Blues host Cheltenham Town on Saturday 11th April.

Read more here

To sponsor Leanne, please call 07748 484249 or visit https://www.justgiving.com/LeanneHurford/ to donate online.

Can you lend an exercise bike or two for the static cycle ride on Saturday 11th April? Email website@wwfc.com if you have one that Leanne could borrow for the day.


We Will Remember Them

WWFC Great War Tour 2014As the nation pauses today and on Tuesday 11th November to remember those who served their country and didn’t return home, here is a short video made last month when Wycombe Wanderers visited the Somme region of France to pay their respects and learn about the sacrifices made by footballers just like themselves, who made the ultimate sacrifice when war broke out 100 years ago.

Click here to find the video.

You can collect from the Information Centre at Adams Park this special 20-page booklet produced to commemorate this trip made by the players and management. Click here for full details or click here to view it online.


Special Badge to Help ‘Blooms’

Matt B TESTIMONIALThe Trust acquired 300 specially made badges which went on sale on Wednesday night before the match between Wycombe Wanderers and Chelsea.

All now sold out!

All profits from the sale of these badges have been paid to Matt Bloomfield’s Testimonial Fund.



Would You Climb Snowdon to Support Your Trust and Football Club?

SnowdonThis year Wrexham Football Club celebrate its 150th Anniversary and their club is organising a number of events to celebrate this, as well as raising much needed funds for their club.

As you are fully aware Wrexham are a 100% fans owned club and rely heavily on fans contributions, and with this in mind they are seeking our help in promoting an event that will give other Trusts and supporters groups a chance to raise funds for their own group or club.

For the past three years, Wrexham fans have climbed to the highest point in Wales, Snowdon, as a fundraiser, raising close to £40,000. However, this year they are limiting the number of Wrexham fans making the walk to …….150! This is where you come in…….

They are looking for 150 other Supporters Trusts or Supporters groups to join them in making the walk on behalf of their Trust / Club to raise funds for their own organisation. They want no more than two fans per Trust/Club registering for the walk and for them to collect sponsors that would be for their Trust / Club.

The walk is to take place on Sunday 29th June 2014, and the ascent will start from the Pen-Y-Pass car park up the Miners Track route at 10am. Wrexham Supporters Trust will put on coaches departing from Wrexham at 8am, as there is minimal parking at the Pen-Y-Pass car park.

Snowdon2Those taking part will need to be reasonably fit and healthy. However, please remember that this is not a race to the top! And we encourage everyone to take their time walking up; and stopping to have rests when needed. Please note that at times you are required to scramble up rocks! The walk takes between three and four hours to reach the top, and between two and a half and three hours to descend.

We would ask that those taking part on behalf of Wycombe Wanderers wear our football shirt  (over warm clothing) for an unforgettable photograph opportunity at the top of Snowdon.

We therefore have been invited as a Supporters Trust group to put representatives forward for this walk as soon as possible. The sooner you start collecting sponsors the more funds you will raise.

Please first email colin@wycombewandererstrust.com if you are interested***

Hopefully you are encouraged by the idea!

Many thanks.

*** UPDATE 20.3.14. Within hours of this being published we received expressions of interest from several regular fans and Trust members.  Lisa Bowker and David Roberton were the first two to volunteer.  Any unsuccessful names will be held in reserve. Thank you all guys!


Fans Night for Matt Bloomfield’s Testimonial – Saturday 22nd February

Blooms 2The first event of Matt Bloomfield’s testimonial year is to be a special supporters night at Adams Park on Saturday 22nd February.

Subrosa5With arrival from 7pm following the fixture with Chesterfield, the evening will consist of live music from local band Subrosa5 (pictured right), Q&As with former favourites, games and much more!

Food will also be available.

John Gorman, Sergio Torres, Matt Phillips, Keith Ryan, Ben Strevens, Jamie Young, Danny Senda and Scott McGleish have already confirmed their attendance, while a good number of the current squad will be staying on for this special event.

Tickets are priced at £20 and can be purchased online, by calling 01494 441118 or in person from the Information Centre at Adams Park.