Late Kick Off returns to BBC One in a new Sunday night slot on 10th March after Match of the Day 2.There are seven regional versions of the show with Wycombe covered by both Late Kick Off: London & South East and Late Kick Off: South, South West & West.
In the London & South East programme host Jacqui Oatley and regular guest Mark Bright will be joined by current managers and players each week.
"I'm absolutely delighted to have been asked to present BBC Late Kick Off for the London & South East region,” said Jacqui.
“It's a huge patch covering 13 football teams and I can't wait to help bring news, insight and colour from those clubs straight to the supporters.”
Late Kick Off reporter Chris Slegg said: “Life has never been dull at Wycombe in the three previous years that our programme has been on air.
“We witnessed the despair of relegation in 2010 but were also there for the joy of promotion the following year.
“On that occasion our cameras spent match-day alongside Bill Turnbull. In fact Wycombe are the only one of the clubs we cover to have changed divisions every season.
“Even if a play-off push proves beyond them this time round, there should still be plenty to talk about especially given the upturn in form under Gareth Ainsworth and the 125th anniversary celebrations.”
If you can’t stay up to watch the programme on a Sunday night, all seven regional versions will be available on the iPlayer for the following week.