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Long-term supporters Beechdean Farmhouse Dairy Ice Cream have extended their sponsorship of the club’s home shirt and training kit for a fourth season for the 2017/18 campaign.

Beechdean will enter a ninth season of partnering with the Chairboys, having held an executive box at Adams Park since 2009 and later becoming sponsors of the main stand and playing shirt.
 
A privately owned local farm-based business, Beechdean are the third largest ice cream manufacturer in the United Kingdom, and have grown from strength to strength since 1989 with the highest product standards manufacturing a wide variety of ice cream products.

Click here to visit their website.

 

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Wanderers teamed up with BMI Healthcare South Buckinghamshire Hospitals in a new partnership which saw the BMI Chiltern, Shelburne and Paddocks Hospitals become Official Healthcare Providers to the club from the 2016/17 season onwards.

BMI Healthcare are the largest provider of private independent healthcare in the UK and offer rapid access to diagnostic services such as bone density scanners, CT, MRI, Ultrasound, as well as physiotherapy and operating theatres.

Wanderers have benefitted from a number of visits to BMI Hospitals, assisting with the prognosis and rehabilitation of injuries to its players.

Click here to visit the website for BMI The Chiltern Hospital.

Rock’n’roll football returned to Adams Park with the start of a new partnership with independent record label Cherry Red Records, who came on board as the club’s new shorts sponsor for the 2016/17 season.

The London-based company has won countless accolades in its 38-year history and have been involved in football sponsorship for over two decades, including sponsoring AFC Wimbledon’s home ground since 2006, as well as many different non-league divisions.

Click here to visit their website.

Wycombe Wanderers began a new partnership with the Chilterns MS Centre at Wendover in the 2016/17 campaign, having reaped the benefits of an oxygen chamber at the Centre which has accelerated the recovery from injury of a number of players.

The double hyperbaric chamber is predominantly used by people with multiple sclerosis (MS) but carries benefits for those with sports injuries, allergies, ulcer and neurological conditions, as well as for people recovering from cancer and strokes.

All of the Centre’s treatments and therapies are free to those affected by MS after an initial membership fee of only £25 a year.

Click here to visit their website.

The famous light and dark blue quarters of Wycombe Wanderers carried a new name from the start of the 2016/17 season after the club joined forces with Irish sportswear manufacturer O’Neills.

The partnership saw O’Neills make their first venture into the English Football League, having made their name predominantly in Gaelic football and rugby, and they teamed up with the Chairboys as official kit supplier on a three-year deal.

O’Neills were founded in 1918 as a manufacturer of Gaelic footballs and are now one of the largest sportswear manufacturer in Great Britain and Ireland, employing over 700 staff.

Click here to visit the Wanderers' online store at the O'Neills website.

Based immediately outside the gates to the Wanderers’ Adams Park home, Origin kicked off their alliance with the club at the beginning of the 2014/15 campaign by putting their name to the Family Stand, which is co-branded in light and dark blue with their logo displayed prominently on the pitchside boards.

They then came on board as the club's back of home shirt sponsor, starting from the 2015/16 FA Cup third round tie against Aston Villa.

Origin are the UK’s leading specialist manufacturer of bespoke aluminium bi-folding doors, windows and made-to-measure blinds, and have previously come to the club’s aid with the installation of their remote controlled electric blinds in each of the 20 executive boxes in the stadium

Click here to visit their website

Wycombe Wanderers were delighted to welcome Utilita Energy as their new official away shirt sponsor and official energy supplier from the start of the 2017/18 season.

Britain’s leading provider of smart Pay-As-You-Go energy, Utilita have added the Adams Park club to their growing list of partners within football, having developed successful relationships with a number of other clubs including Derby County, Leeds United and Crystal Palace previously.

In April, Utilita welcomed its 500,000th domestic customer – up from just 200,000 as recently as July 2015 - and also recently launched into the Commercial Energy sector, to give micro-businesses and SMES a better, fairer deal.

In the lucrative new sponsorship deal, the Utilita logo will be printed across the front of Wanderers’ new away kit, which is to be launched later this month, while the club will also receive £25 for its community projects for every supporter who switches to Utilita.

Wycombe fans can sign up online and type in the promo code ‘CHAIRBOYS’ when switching – or call 0345 206 8777 and quote ‘’CHAIRBOYS’.

Wycombe’s home kit, sponsored by Beechdean Dairy Ice Cream, will remain the same as in the 2016/17 season, although the club crest will now be embroidered rather than printed. The white change kit from last season will now become the club’s third strip, sponsored also by Utilita.

Wycombe Wanderers re-launched their partnership with Wycombe Leisure Centre for the 2017/18 season by agreeing a fantastic deal for its season ticket holders to benefit from a 15% discount on new memberships at the Centre.

The two parties teamed up ahead of the Centre’s opening in January 2016 and have enjoyed a fruitful relationship, with the Centre playing host on a regular basis to Wanderers players in their state-of-the-art gymnasium and swimming pool.

Representatives at the Centre – which achieved a Quest Excellent mark from Sport England in its first year - have also become familiar faces at Adams Park on matchdays, running promotional activities for supporters and sponsoring a number of fixtures.

Now Chairboys fans have an extra incentive to train alongside the stars at the Centre by taking advantage of the 15% discount on new memberships, which are available at £40 per month (down from £46.99), with a £25 joining fee. Signing up is simple – just visit the front desk at the Centre and produce your season ticket card once available, or in the meantime, give your name and postcode which the Centre can verify against a list of supporters who have signed up for a 2017/18 season ticket.

Wanderers’ General Manager Michael Davies said: “Wycombe Leisure Centre have been excellent supporters of the club in the 18 months since they opened and their first-rate facilities have played a huge part in keeping our players fit over the course of a season. Likewise, we’ve enjoyed hosting them at Adams Park and working closely with them to encourage our fans to sign up for new memberships.

“Now there’s even more reason for supporters to become members at the Centre and we’re extremely grateful to Stuart Lee and his team for offering a 15% discount on new memberships for our season ticket holders. I fully recommend giving the Centre a try – it’s a superb facility and you may well bump into one of our players around the place!”

Stuart Lee, General Manager of Wycombe Leisure Centre, said: “Our partnership with Wycombe Wanderers is the perfect fit for us and we’re delighted to carry that on for another year. We take pride in being the centre of choice for their players and love having them around the place.

“Now we hope to see more and more supporters signing up for memberships with us and we’re pleased to offer this discount to help encourage Wanderers fans to come along and explore the range of facilities and classes that we offer, from swimming, squash, climbing, bowls, badminton and more.”

Visit www.wycombeleisurecentre.org for more details on Wycombe Leisure Centre.

*Offer applies to new memberships only; existing memberships cannot be cancelled and restarted using the offer. Final discretion is with Wycombe Leisure Centre.

Partnership Opportunities

Partner with Adams Park Security & Events
Our in-house stewarding team also provide expert staffing at external events around the community.

  • Your company logo exclusively across all stewards’ jackets (70-120) at each home matchday
  • Your company logo across all stewards and traffic control staff jackets at external events
  • Pitch facing advertising board at Adams Park

Priced at £4,500.

Partner with Wycombe Wanderers Sports & Education Trust
Wycombe Wanderers Sports & Education Trust are the charitable arm of the football club.

Main SET Partner
Benefit from exposure to thousands of children and their parents across the local community.

  • Fully enables sponsor to satisfy CSR aims due to WWSET’s charitable status and aims
  • Half-page programme advert for all home matches
  • 2 x pitchside advertising boards at Adams Park
  • 2 x season tickets
  • Use of executive box for one match per season
  • Sponsors logo to appear on all WWSET communications, including staff emails signatures, website pages and marketing materials not limited to email newsletters (2,500 recipients) and hard copy flyers (20,000 distributed per year)
  • Sponsors logo to appear on all WWSET coaches kit (over 30 operating daily in the region
  • Sponsors logo on playing kit
  • 90 players, twice a week, 40 weeks a year at Burnham Grammar School
  • 500 players, once a week, 40 weeks a year across Burnham, Wycombe, Uxbridge, Aylesbury and Maidenhead
  • Sponsors logo to appear on WWSET company car

Priced at £15,000.

Friends of Wycombe Wanderers Sports & Education Trust
Partner with WWSET to enjoy the following benefits.

  • 2 x season tickets
  • Use of executive box for one match per season
  • Sponsors logo to appear on dedicated ‘Friends of WWSET’ page on website with hyperlink to company website
  • Receive a framed Friends of WWSET certificateponsors logo to appear on all WWSET coaches kit (over 30 operating daily in the region)
  • Sponsors logo on playing kit
  • 90 players, twice a week, 40 weeks a year at Burnham Grammar School
  • 500 players, once a week, 40 weeks a year across Burnham, Wycombe, Uxbridge, Aylesbury and Maidenhead
  • Sponsors logo to appear on WWSET company car