With no Wanderers game this weekend, why not show your support for another club on Non-League Day?The Chairboys' Sky Bet League 2 meeting with Bristol Rovers was postponed due to the Pirates having three players called up for international duty, giving Blues fans the chance to sample football outside of the league at a stadium local to them.
Find out more on their website, or see a list of suggested fixtures below:
Risborough Rangers v Stokenchurch
Windsors, Horsendon Lane, Horsendon, Princes Risborough, Bucks, HP27 9NE
Beaconsfield SYCOB v Royston Town
Holloways Park, Windsor Road, Beaconsfield, Bucks, HP9 2SE
Henley Town v Old Woodstock Town
Invesco Perpetual, Triangle Mill Lane, Henley on Thames, Oxfordshire, RG9 4HB
Burnham v Bishops Cleeve
The Gore, Wymers Wood Road, Burnham, Bucks SL1 8JG
Chesham United v North Leigh (FA Cup)
The Meadow, Amy Lane, Chesham, Bucks, HP5 1NE
Lynch Pin v Chalfont Wasps
Beaconsfield Road, SL2 3BP
Aylesbury Dynamos v Olney Town
Fairford Leys, Coldharbour Way, Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, HP17 8QQ
Hale Leys United v New Bradwell St Peter
Fairford Leys Pitch, Andrews Way, Aylesbury, HP17 8QQ
Non-League Day was set up by James Doe in 2010 as a social media experiment, and has now grown to become an annual part of the football calendar, backed by Premier League and Football League clubs, MPs, celebrities, media organisations, charities and most importantly the non-league clubs themselves and the fans who turn up on the day.
Always scheduled to coincide with an international break, Non-League Day provides a platform for clubs to promote the importance of affordable volunteer led community football while giving fans across the country the chance to show support for their local non-league side.
Many non-league clubs are almost exclusively volunteer run, with money taken at the turnstiles often funding thriving youth set-ups, projects and facilities which are of benefit to the whole community. The level of skill on offer at non-league grounds will never compare to that at the Emirates Stadium or Old Trafford, for example, but there are other sides to the experience, from which the smaller club will always win hands down.
The vast majority of games still kick off at 3pm, ticket prices are realistic, you can often stand (and drink!) anywhere in the ground and will always be guaranteed a warm welcome by people who run their clubs for a love of the game.
Whether you’re a Premier League or Championship fan without a game, a League One or League Two supporter who can’t make an away trip, or just someone who is curious about what their local club has to offer, there is sure to be something to interest everyone.