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PALS

Provide another level of support to your club!

Wycombe Wanderers PALS is the volunteer work force which assists the club in a number of areas, helping the Chairboys to achieve survival, stability and success as a true supporter-owned club.

PALS was founded in the spring of 2015, inspired by the teamwork and camaraderie that the Wanderers' playing squad experienced for themselves on a trip to the World War I battlefields earlier that season, where groups of friends formed 'Pals Battalions' to enrol in the war effort as a united front.

How does it work?
  • The club will advertise volunteer opportunities on the website (see below), social media channels and matchday programme
  • PALS will be asked to send their name, contact details, a CV (or suitable list of skills and areas of expertise), and an approximate guide to their availability to help out (e.g. evenings, weekends, two days a week)
  • Details will be passed to the relevant head of department at the club, who will contact applicants to discuss the role in further detail
If you have a general interest in becoming a PAL and volunteering to help the club, please send your details to media@wwfc.com to be added to our PALS database.

Latest PALS News

Club News

PALS needed for working parties in September

31 August 2017

The Wanderers' volunteer force are on the lookout for helpers at their working parties at Adams Park on Sunday 10th and Sunday 24th September.

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Club News

Join the PALS working party on Sunday 23rd July

18 July 2017

Your club needs you – so now’s the time to pledge your commitment to Wanderers’ volunteer force by signing up to the next working party at Adams Park on Sunday 23rd July.

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Club News

Join the PALS working party on Sunday 9th July

20 June 2017

Your club needs you – so now’s the time to pledge your commitment to Wanderers’ volunteer force by signing up to the next working party at Adams Park on Sunday 9th July.

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