Wanderers kick off the 2012/13 campaign at Watford on Saturday and wwfc.com are here to bring you all the vital information for your trip.
Address: Vicarage Road, Watford, WD18 0ER.
Concessions: £5 Juniors: £1
Tickets can now only be purchased on arrival at the ground.
Going by coach?
Travel with the Official Wycombe Wanderers Supporters Association, leaving Adams Park at 1pm at a cost of £8 to adults, £7 to seniors and students and £6 to juniors (places cost £3 extra for non-members). Call Rena on 01296 429307 to book.
Going by car?
The postcode for your SatNav is WD18 0ER
Leave the M1 at Junction 5 and take the A4008 into Watford. If on nearing the town centre you can't see the ground over on your left, just go left around the inner ring road (follow signs for Watford General Hospital as this is behind the ground) and you will soon spot it. There are also some private matchday car parks available at some industrial units near the ground, as well as the Vicarage Road Girls School, which is close to the stadium and charges £5 per car.
Mileage from High Wycombe = 22 miles
As the ground is almost right in the centre of town, then there are a number of car parks in walking distance.The Church multi storey car park costs £2.50 for four hours and is located on the inner ring road.
Going by train?
The nearest station is Watford High Street, a 10-minute walk away from the ground. However, trains are more frequent to Watford Junction station, which is about a 20-minute walk.
High Wycombe dep. 11:06 11:50
Watford High Street arr. 13:00 13:40
High Wycombedep. 10:54 11:06
Watford Junction arr. 12:54 13:00
Watford High Street dep.17:44
Watford Junction dep.17:41 17:52
High Wycombe arr. 19:23 19:46
If you arrive at Watford Junction station then you can either get a train to Watford High Street or walk to the ground. To walk to Vicarage Road you need to take main road straight opposite (Clarendon Road) all the way (over Ring Road at lights) up to the High Street. Turn left and go past Wetherspoons (Moon under Water) on your right and then take the first right after 100 yards into Market Street. Continue along again crossing Ring Road to T junction & then left at a chip shop. Vicarage Road is the next right turn. It should take around 15-20 minutes.
Around the ground:
There are a couple of pubs near to Vicarage Road, but the ground is within walking distance of the town centre, where along the High Street you will find a few pubs including a large Wetherspoons outlet called the Moon Under Water, an O'Neills and a Walkabout. If you are walking to the ground from the town centre then there are a number of places to eat on the way. Please note that alcohol is not sold in the away section.
Can't make it to the game?
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