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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 for October 6th working party

27 September 2019

On Sunday 6th October, the volunteers are coming together to help clear the banks around the Adams Park car park, with a working party meeting between 9.30am and 4pm, although visitors are of course...

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Club News

Volunteers and companies sought for poster displays

9 September 2019

Wanderers are on the lookout for volunteers to help display upcoming fixture posters in prominent areas around their local community.

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Club News

Stadium volunteers required this summer

10 June 2019

Wanderers' volunteer workforce - also known as PALS - are on the lookout for fans to assist with various tasks around Adams Park throughout the summer months, to ensure the stadium continues to comply...

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Club News

Volunteers sought for summer work around Adams Park

21 May 2019

Our football stadium – the club’s most treasured and protected asset – is looking tired at the end of the season, and needs your help.

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