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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 to be added to our PALS database.

Latest PALS News

Club News

Volunteers sought to trim banks on 16th September

28 August 2018

The club's volunteer workforce are on the lookout for helpers to trim the grass banks around the car park at the stadium on Sunday 16th September.

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Club News

Help required to clean seats at Adams Park

9 July 2018

Wanderers are seeking volunteers to help clean seats at Adams Park ahead of the new season on Sunday 22nd July.

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Club News

Volunteers required for PALS working day on Sunday 29th October

19 October 2017

Wycombe Wanderers are on the lookout for volunteers to assist with the clearing of the banks behind the Frank Adams Stand on Sunday 29th October.

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Club News

RECRUITING: Voluntary media role for Ladies team

11 October 2017

Wycombe Wanderers are on the lookout for budding sports journalists to assist with the media operation of its ladies team, on a voluntary basis.

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