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The Big Match Preview: Wycombe vs Southend

All you need to know.

23 August 2019

Team news, tickets, travel, Chairboys Village and more...

Wycombe Wanderers vs Southend United
Saturday 24th August 2019, k.o. 3pm
Adams Park
Referee: Darren Drysdale
Match Sponsor: Biffa High Wycombe

First Time Fans Guide
Away Fans Guide

Eight points from four games leaves Wanderers on the cusp of their best ever start to a third tier campaign if they can collect three points against a Southend United side who've never lost their first five league games.

The two sides were embroiled in a relegation battle at the end of last season and while Wycombe's fantastic 2-0 win at Roots Hall made their own escape a little more comfortable, the Shrimpers left it late, securing survival with a goal three minutes from time on the final day.

However, Kevin Bond's men have started slowly, yet to pick up a point, and travel to Adams Park where the home side have won both league games so far, and collected two points on the road from trips to Bristol Rovers and Fleetwood.

Gareth Ainsworth's side are six points and four goals better off than at the same stage last season, and three of those goals came in last week's thrilling victory over MK Dons, with the Wanderers faithful hoping for similar entertainment and a similar outcome this time around.

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Adam El-Abd and Jack Grimmer could be in contention again after missing the trip to Fleetwood, though Darius Charles and Giles Phillips deputised admirably and could retain their places. Sido Jombati and Curtis Thompson are closer to a return to the side, having been unable to feature so far.

Nathan Ralph is a doubt for the visitors, but Simon Cox, Rob Kiernan, Jason Demetriou and Liam Ridgewell are all in contention after injuries.

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Chairboys fans can by online at any time and save £2 through the new TicketCo platform, either on the website at tickets.wwfc.com or the TicketCo Wallet app.

Fans are encouraged to use the online platform rather than queuing to buy a ticket from Ticket Office 1 or 2. Buying online saves you time and money, which can be better spent in the shop, bar or stadium bowl.

Please also note that there will be no cash turnstile facility in the home areas; all fans are required to present a ticket (either the QR code on a smartphone/printout, or a physical ticket).

Supporters are advised to download their QR code to their smartphone wallet, or screenshot it to the camera roll, to prevent any issues using internet data to retrieve the code from emails whilst entering at the turnstile.

Click here for the full ticket details, including prices.

Tickets for the upcoming away games at AFC Wimbledon and Gillingham can be purchased from Ticket Office 1 AFTER the match, but not before, to alleviate queues.

Tickets will be available on the day for Southend fans.

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Adams Park opens at the earlier time of 10.30am, with an Ashes Breakfast being held in the Caledonian Suite, giving fans the chance to enjoy day three of the test match in the company of Rob and Missy Couhig.

The Chairboys Village is open for business, sponsored by Printkick, with the Rebellion beer tent, BBQ and live performance from local musician Kirsty Fuller. There'll also be Printkick sunglasses up for grabs, free of charge, with prizes randomly assigned to fans who post selfies to social media using the hashtag #EyesOnThePrize.

There'll be no Wycombe Blue Swans cheer squad at this game, but look out for their return to Adams Park in the near future.

Meanwhile, 500 Club members can collect their plaques from the Trust table in the Caledonian Suite at the end of the game, where there'll also be a Q&A with a Wanderers player before Liverpool vs Arsenal is displayed on the TVs.

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You can travel to the game by bus thanks to the Arriva service.

Arriva operate a matchday service at a standard fare of £3 single or £4 return, irrespective of where passengers join or leave the service. Children aged 12 and under are charged half price (£1.50 single or £2 return).

3pm kick-offs:
Handy Cross Hub – 12.55 and 13.55
Rail Station – 13.05 and 14.05
Frogmoor – 13.10 and 14.10
Bus Station – 13.15 and 14.15
Adams Park – 13.30 and 14.30

The return service will depart from Adams Park approximately 20 minutes after full-time, calling at the same pick-up/drop-off points.

Fares will be charged as follows:

Adult Single: £3
Adult Return: £4
Child Single: £1.50
Child Return: £2 Children are classed as ages 12 and under.

Parking
There will be no parking for the general public in the lower tier - spaces in the upper tier are £5 per car (or free before 11am).

There is an additional club-run car park behind Origin Global (on the left before the Adams Park gates), priced at £5 a car.

Spaces for pass holders in the club car park are guaranteed up until 2.30pm, after which time the lower tier becomes closed to vehicles due to high pedestrian traffic.

Blue badge holders are required to pre-book one of 15 complimentary parking spaces via the ticket office; otherwise the standard £5 charge applies.

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Buying tickets for this game: Ticket Office 1 (from 12pm)
Collecting pre-booked tickets: collection pod outside Ticket Office
Shop: through the shop doors
Hospitality and boardroom guests: through the arch to the reception desk
Media : through the arch to the reception desk
Players and officials: designated entrance to the right of the shop
Scouts: collection pod outside Ticket Office 1
Staff/deliveries: delivery entrance to the left of the shop

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All bars in the stadium open at 12pm, with the exception of the Caledonian Suite which opens earlier at 10.30am for the Ashes Breakfast.

  • Caledonian Suite - home fans only. Ale festival in operation. Open at half-time for fans in the Beechdean Stand and BMI Healthcare terrace. Open after the game for Q&A and Liverpool vs Arsenal on TV. *Please note the area of the room furthest from the windows will be partitioned off due to repairs following flood damage.*
  • Monty's – no away colours please. Open after the game.
  • Woodlands – Members only.
  • Honours - boardroom guests (boardroom is closed whilst undergoing repairs on flood damage).
  • Chairboys Village - home fans only. Click here for details.
  • Printkick Fan Zone – away fans only, with a BBQ and alcoholic and hot/soft drinks available

All bars show Sky Sports and BT Sport on the TVs around the walls.

Inside the stadium, each stand is serviced by a kiosk serving hot and cold food and drink.

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10am - shop open.
10.30am - Caledonian Suite open for Ashes Breakfast.
12pm - Ticket Office 1 open.
12pm - Monty's, Chairboys Village and Printkick Fan Zone open.
12.30pm - players begin to arrive.
1pm - collection point at blue pod open.
1.30pm - turnstiles open for access to stadium bowl.
2pm - teams announced via social media.
2.10pm - teamsheets distributed around the bars.
2.20pm - Wycombe begin their warm-up.
2.55pm - teams emerge from the tunnel.
3.45pm - half-time. Fans in Beechdean & BMI Healthcare stands have access to the Caledonian Suite.
4pm - second half commences.
4.45pm - full-time. Caledonian Suite, Chairboys Village and Monty's open to the public.
5.15pm - Q&A in Caledonian Suite, which then remains open for Liverpool vs Arsenal.

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This season's Parklife has a pullout section for kids (which folds out to a giant poster) as well as plenty of content in the main section, including:

- Gareth Ainsworth and Matt Bloomfield columns
- Giles Phillips, Darius Charles and David Wheeler interviews
- Southend profiles
- Adrian Wood reflects on a previous encounter
- SET News
- And lots more!

Parklife will be on sale as normal from our volunteer sellers around the ground at the price of £3.50.

Meanwhile, don't forget you can download the main edition via the MatchDayInfo app on the day of the game, if you're unable to make it to Adams Park to buy a physical copy.

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Step inside the shop at Adams Park from 10am to purchase from the new range of change and goalkeeper kits, training kit, leisurewear and travelwear, as well as new mini car kits for £5, and 'Wanderer' t-shirts (in both navy and white) for £10, and 'Wanderers' caps in five different colours, also for £10.

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Listen live on iFollow, which is available for just £45 for the year, £4.49 monthly, or £2.50 for a single match audio pass. Live commentary begins at 2.55pm. If you live outside the UK & Ireland, you can watch the game live for just £5; visit the website to purchase a match pass.

Updates will also be provided across the club's social media channels.

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Match Reports

Report: Wycombe 4-3 Southend

Kashket completes the turnaround in stoppage time.

24 August 2019

Wanderers recovered from 3-1 down to win 4-3 in another monumentous occasion at Adams Park, with Scott Kashket netting the winner in stoppage time.

The hosts twice trailed by two goals to Southend, who went 2-0 up through Brandon Goodship and Stephen Humphrys, before Mark Milligan netted an own goal before the break to give Wycombe hope.

Humphrys looked to extinguish that hope with a second excellent after early in the second half, but Kashket, Anthony Stewart and Kashket again tipped the game on its head in incredible fashion.

Gareth Ainsworth made four changes from the side that started in Tuesday’s 1-1 draw with Fleetwood, as Jack Grimmer, Matt Bloomfield, Alex Samuel and Scott Kashket came into the side as Wanderers looked to attack a Southend outfit yet to claim a point in League 1.

Wycombe began brightly, with Fred Onyedinma causing problems with his pace down the left, and Samuel’s bustling hold-up play enabled the home side to keep the ball high up the pitch. Joe Jacobson drilled wide from 25 yards with the game’s first chance, but then out of the blue the visitors took the lead, when Stephen Humphrys burst towards the box and although Kashket got a toe the ball when making a tackle, it fell kindly for Brandon Goodship to find the net with a one-touch finish.

The goal rocked the hosts and opportunities dried up for a 10-minute spell, though Darius Charles did well to create a half-chance for himself when winning the second ball from Jacobson’s deep free-kick, though he volleyed wide into the side netting.

But on the half-hour mark, disaster struck again, and after Humphrys had done so well to carve out the first goal, he wrote his own name onto the scoresheet with a stunning effort from 25 yards, finding enough space outside the area to bend an unstoppable effort past Ryan Allsop.

Adams Park was stunned, but a lifeline arrived six minutes later after excellent play from Scott Kashket, whose jinking run towards the box was thwarted by John White but the ball cannoned comedically off Shrimpers captain Mark Milligan and into the bottom corner.

Harry Lennon was booked for a nasty challenge as United battled to hold on to their lead before the interval, before Onyedinma was forced off with an injury as David Wheeler – the hero of Adams Park seven days earlier – took his place.

However, despite a series of successive corners before the interval, it remained 2-1 at half-time, and the last thing Wanderers needed was a slow start to the second period – which is just what happened. Humphrys scored a third – his second – with an instinctive effort from outside the box when he found a yard of space to lash one towards the bottom corner.

Time for the Beast, then, but before Adebayo Akinfenwa had time to step foot on the pitch, his strike partner Kashket had halved the deficit, staying onside to meet Wheeler’s blocked shot and tuck the ball past Nathan Bishop from close range.

Akinfenwa replaced Alex Pattison before Kashket almost levelled matters two minutes later, smashing narrowly over the bar when Jack Grimmer picked him out on the edge of the box, and Southend made their first change when Layton Ndukwu replaced Goodship.

Wanderers began to crank up the pressure with Southend sitting deep, and were unlucky not to level, firstly when David Wheeler hit the bar with a header from Jack Grimmer’s cross, and then when Dominic Gape crashed a shot against the post moments later.

Southend brought off Humphrys for Theo Robinson with 20 minutes left on the clock, before Bishop was booked for time-wasting having been warned as early as the first half.

Kashket saw a chance tipped past the post on 82 minutes, but gradually Southend were finding a better way of stifling the hosts, with Nick Freeman introduced for Alex Samuel in a bid to change things up.

Wheeler was set free down the right-hand side of the box but well thwarted by Bishop, with the ball then being whisked off Akinfenwa’s head from the ensuing cross.

Southend brought on Andre Blackman for Elvis Bwomono as the clock ticked towards 90, but the defensive change couldn’t prevent the equaliser on 89 minutes, when Anthony Stewart blasted home after excellent hold-up play from Akinfenwa. Nick Freeman did excellently down the left to deliver an excellent cross, and when the ball fell to Stewart, he made no mistake with a crisp finish.

Cue six minutes of stoppage time, and in typical Wycombe fashion, they completed the turnaround. Freeman again was the catalyst, dinking the ball through for Kashket, who cut inside his man and finished with aplomb. Limbs ensued.

But they weren’t done. Matt Bloomfield successfully contested a 50/50 to prod the ball on to Freeman, who fed Kashket for the sumptuous winner as the little genius cut inside his man and curled home to spark pandemonium for the second weekend in succession around Adams Park.

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Ticket News

Tickets on sale: Lincoln (H, 07/09)

Back the boys at Adams Park.

22 August 2019

Tickets are now on sale for the Chairboys' League 1 meeting with Lincoln City at Adams Park on Saturday 7th September (k.o. 3pm).

Fans will receive a £2 discount when they buy online or on the TicketCo Wallet app; buying this way can be achieved in just a few simple steps, resulting in a QR code being sent to your phone via email or text message which can be scanned at the turnstile to gain access to the stadium.

This means that buying online or via the app is likely to be quicker than queuing to make a purchase at the ticket office on matchdays, and comes with a £2 saving, so you can make a snap decision to attend the game and buy your ticket on the walk into the stadium.

Ticket prices can be found below, and head to tickets.wwfc.com to secure your seat.

Standard ticket price list; remember, all prices come with a £2 discount when you book online! Click here for a stadium plan to help you choose your seat.

Price Type Frank Adams Stand Beechdean Stand
Origin Family Stand BMI Healthcare Terrace

Adult (26-59)

£24 £24 £19 £18
Senior (60+)
£21 £21 £17 £16
Young Adult (19-25)
£19 £19 £15 £14
Junior (13-18)
£13 £13 £6 £8
Child (12 and under)
FREE FREE
FREE  N/A

Why not try out our VIP hospitality package, or enjoy the game from your very own executive box? VIP hospitality in the Honours Lounge costs £60 per person, or just £30 if you're a season ticket holder, and entitles you to:

  • Access to the Honours Lounge
  • Enjoy pre-match Q&A session
  • Ticket in the Beechdean Stand
  • Three course meal
  • Reserved car parking space
  • Matchday programmes
  • Teamsheets
  • Tea, coffee & biscuits at half time
  • Watch the Man of the Match presentation

Or watch the game from the best seat in the house, outside your very own executive box for the day, for £1,000 + VAT.

  • Exclusive use of a fully-fitted, quality-furnished, glass-fronted executive box with air conditioning, mini bar and TV with Sky Sports and BT Sport
  • 12 match tickets per game, for seats directly outside the box
  • Dedicated box runner
  • One course meal
  • Reserved car parking space in lower tier
  • Player visit pre-match (subject to availability)
  • Matchday programmes
  • Teamsheets
  • Welcome in each matchday programme

Call 01494 472100 option 2 for commercial or email commercial@wwfc.com to make an enquiry or booking.

How to buy your ticket:

Purchasing tickets online

  1. Hit ‘Place your order’
  2. Choose your seats by clicking on your preferred block in the stadium; available seats are shown in green.
  3. Choose the relevant price types using the dropdown menus
  4. Hit ‘Purchase’ and you’ll be directed to the next screen, where you may be presented with the opportunity to add additional items or special promotions to your order
  5. Hit ‘Please continue’, and then input your first name, last name, email address and mobile number where prompted, and hit ‘Please continue’
  6. Click to accept the terms and conditions, and proceed to the payment screen where you can input your credit/debit card number, expiry date and CVV code (final three digits on the reverse of your card)
  7. Once the payment has been processed, you’ll receive a confirmation message, and a QR code will be sent to you via email, and made available for you to access in the TicketCo Wallet app on your phone
  8. Display the QR code at the turnstile – or at the relevant point of sale if you have pre-ordered a special promotion – and the operator will scan your code to grant you access to the stadium, and receive the promotion. You can also print the email and bring it along with you (note that each QR code can be only scanned once).

Purchasing tickets using the TicketCo Wallet app

  1. Open the app
  2. Select ‘Buy’, and then ‘United Kingdom’
  3. Search for ‘Wycombe Wanderers’
  4. Select the fixture you wish to buy tickets for
  5. Hit ‘Place your order’
  6. Choose your seats by clicking on your preferred block in the stadium; available seats are shown in green.
  7. Choose the relevant price types using the dropdown menus
  8. Hit ‘Purchase’ and you’ll be directed to the next screen, where you may be presented with the opportunity to add additional items or special promotions to your order
  9. Hit ‘Please continue’, and then input your first name, last name, email address and mobile number where prompted, and hit ‘Please continue’
  10. Click to accept the terms and conditions, and proceed to the payment screen where you can input your credit/debit card number, expiry date and CVV code (final three digits on the reverse of your card)
  11. Once the payment has been processed, you’ll receive a confirmation message, and a QR code will be sent to you via email, and made available for you to access in the ‘Use’ section of the TicketCo Wallet app on your phone
  12. Display the QR code at the turnstile – or at the relevant point of sale if you have pre-ordered a special promotion – and the operator will scan your code to grant you access to the stadium, and receive the promotion. You can also print the email and bring it along with you (note that each QR code can be only scanned once).

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