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7 March 2014

Gareth Ainsworth's men will be looking to extend their unbeaten run to six games when in-form Hartlepool United visit Adams Park on Saturday (k.o 3pm).

Wanderers are proud to be supporting Football v Homophobia at the game and the squad will be warming up in branded t-shirts to help promote the initiative.

Tickets – Tickets are priced from just £5 for juniors, £9 for young adults, £11 for seniors and £15 for adults. U7s can enjoy this and all league fixtures for FREE.  

A family of four (two adults and two juniors) can watch the game for just £25,while season-ticket holders who have not used all three of their vouchers can bring a friend for £5. Buy online, by calling 01494 441118 or in person from the Information Centre at Adams Park.

Beat the queues by buying your ticket in advance which can then be sent to your email address, enabling you to print it off and bring it to the stadium.

Pre-booked tickets, which are for collection at the ground, will be at the clearly-designated mobile collection point in the car park, while tickets for upcoming away fixtures can be bought from Ticket Office 1. Cash turnstiles will be in operation for the Terrace and Dreams Stand.     

Opening times - the bars at Adams Park will be open from 12pm, while the stadium itself will be open from 1.30pm.

Parking - supporters are reminded that they can park FREE of charge at any time in the upper tier if their vehicle carries four or more people. All fans who arrive before 1pm can also park for FREE in the upper car park. Limited spaces will be available in the upper car park due to the wet weather, but supporters' cars will be housed elsewhere once capacity is reached.  

Public transport - a supporters' matchday bus service to Adams Park is in operation.

The route and timetable, as shown below, have been designed to try and tie in with existing local bus and rail services, delivering passengers to the gates at Adams Park. 

Outward journeys         

Adams Park                      13:35       14:35 
Cressex Park & Ride         13:25       14:25  
Eden bus station                13:15       14:15  
Wycombe railway station    13:05       14:05  

Return journey 

Wycombe railway station    17:40 
Eden bus station                 17:30  
Cressex Park & Ride         17:20  
Adams Park                      17:10  

There will be a simple, standard fare, irrespective of where passengers join or leave the service, of £2 single and £3 return, with children up to the age of 16 and concessionary bus pass holders travelling free of charge.

Bars - the Vere Suite is open FREE of charge to home and away fans pre and post-match with a Q&A taking place after the game,. However, it will close at 6pm to allow time to set up for a private function. Scores is a family bar pre-match, but is open to all home fans after the game. The Arsenal v Everton game will be shown pre-match and the Chelsea v Tottenham Hotspur fixture after the game. The bars will also be stocked with Doom Bar for this match.

Programme - pick up your FREE copy of 'Quarters' for columns from Gareth Ainsworth, Matt Bloomfield and Don Woodward, an interview with new signing Aaron Pierre, two retro features and much more.

Food & drink - try out the club's new kiosk - The Corner Flag - which can be found near the Terrace if you fancy something slightly different. 

Club shop - pay a visit to the club shop before the game and check out the new range of official merchandise. The shop will remain open for an hour after the game.     

50/50 draw - make sure you snap up a 50/50 draw ticket for just £1 for the chance to win hundreds of pounds for yourself and benefit YOUR club.       

Tickets - the Information Centre will remain open for 30 minutes after the final whistle for supporters to secure their seats for upcoming fixtures.    

Press conference- log on to Chairboys Player once you get home for the full post-match press conference with Gareth Ainsworth, as well as interviews with the men who made a difference in the game. These videos will also be available on the Official Football League smart phone apps.


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