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Adams Park has a capacity of 10,000, with four choices of where to enjoy the game. Each stand is serviced with food and drink outlets and toilets.
Bucks New Uni Stand
This is a terrace behind one goal at Adams Park, and is a popular spot for the Chairboys fans who like to stand.
The Beechdean Stand runs along the same side of the pitch as the dugouts, and is broken down as follows:
Blocks A, B and C - reserved for Sports & Education Trust group bookings and promotions
Blocks D and E - available for season ticket holders and matchday tickets
Blocks F and G - reserved for hospitality guests
Blocks H and V - reserved in the event of overflow of away supporters
The Family Stand runs along the opposite side of the pitch to the Beechdean Stand, and is the ideal spot for families and young supporters, getting a great view of the pitch right up close to the action. Under 7s go free in the Family Stand, while the club also offers a Family Ticket at a reduced rate.
Frank Adams Stand
Offering the best views of the pitch, the Frank Adams Stand is the upper tier of the stand on the side of the stadium known as the 'Woodlands', being built into the hills behind it.
The Panache Stand is reserved for up to 1,850 supporters of the opposition.
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Around The GroundEntrance
The stadium can be accessed via Hillbottom Road, with one entrance gate. Parking is available at various independent outlets along the road, or in the upper tier at the stadium.
Fans can grab a bite to eat from the Food Shack just inside the entrance gate, selling a range of food and drink options.
Programme & 50/50 Draw Sellers
Programmes and 50/50 draw tickets are sold by vendors in a number of locations around the stadium. The draw is made at half-time.
Tickets can be purchased from Ticket Office 1, on the far left of the car park as you face the stadium. Pre-booked tickets can be collected from the blue Collection Point opposite, while any queries can be addressed in the Information Centre next door.
The club shop, situated next to the Information Centre, is open from noon on a Saturday matchday.
To the right of the club shop is the main reception for players, officials and hospitality guests.
Next to reception is the Scores Bar, open to home fans free of charge.
The Honours Lounge houses hospitality guests, or can occasionally be used as a bar exclusively for away fans.
The Vere Suite is the large public bar for home fans only at the far end of the car park. Entry is free and a range of food and drink is available, including a regular ale festival which takes place at numerous home matches each season. A Q&A session is held with a player after each home game in this bar.
The large white marquee in the car park is reserved exclusively for away fans, serving food and drink.
Woodlands Boxes and Lounge
On the far side of the stadium is the Woodlands Lounge, a private members bar, and 20 executive boxes which are available to hire.