Tickets are now on sale for the opening game of the 2016/17 Sky Bet League Two season at Crawley Town on Saturday 6th August (k.o. 3pm).Wanderers have been given an initial allocation of 400 tickets (200 standing, 200 seating) for this fixture, although only a limited number of advance seats remain.
Tickets go off sale at 1pm on Friday but can be purchased on the day at no extra cost.
Prices are as follows.
Seating (Checkatrade.com Stand)
Seniors (65+): £14
Young Adult (18-21): £14
Under 18s: £10
Under 16s: £8
Under 11s: £1
Family Ticket (2 Adults, 2 U16s): £44
Family Ticket (1 Adult, 1 U16): £23
Standing (KR-L Stand)
Seniors (65+): £12
Young Adult (18-21): £12
Under 18s: £10
Under 16s: £8
Under 11s: £1
Family Ticket (2 Adults, 2 U16s): £38
Family Ticket (1 Adult, 1 U16): £20
Prices are the same for ambulant disabled supporters, but helpers are free of charge (one helper per person). Wheelchair users' tickets are in the Checkatrade.com Stand.
To book tickets in advance, call the Wycombe Wanderers ticket office on 01494 441118, book online at tickets.wwfc.com or visit the shop at Adams Park.
Pre-booked tickets can be posted out to you (at an extra charge), collected from Adams Park before noon on Friday 5th August, or from Crawley Town from 1.30pm on the day of the game.
Secure your seat on the OWWSA coach which leaves Adams Park at noon. Places cost £14 for adult members, £13 for senior members and £12 for junior members, or £18 for non-members (please note this charge cannot be refunded if the game is postponed.)
Bookings must be made by 5pm on Thursday 4th August - call Rena on 01494 520179 or Graham on 07876 267301.
Exit the M23 at the Pease Pottage, junction 11. Take the third exit (brown sign for Stadium) and the ground is on your left at the bottom of Brighton Road, approx 2 mins from the M23 junction.
There is a car park at the stadium which costs £5 per car. Space is limited as some bays have been sold to regular home supporters. There are free parking options available that are a just a few minutes walk from the stadium.
Arriving by train
Crawley Train Station is the closest to the Checkatrade Stadium but you can also get there from Three Bridges or Gatwick Airport stations. There is a taxi rank outside Crawley station, some of which are wheelchair accessible, and you will be charged by the mile.
You can add the bus travel to your rail ticket for less than the price of paying on the bus. Just ask to add Plusbus when buying you rail ticket to Crawley, Three Bridges or Gatwick.
Buses from Crawley Rail Station: Cross the road outside the station to Crawley Bus Station. Go to Stop A and catch Fastway 10 to the Checkatrade.com Stadium.
From Three Bridges Rail Station: Follow signs to stop C near the station and catch Fastway 20 to the Checkatrade Stadium.
From Gatwick Airport: From either terminal follow the signs saying 'Local public buses Metrobus'. Catch either Fastway 10 or Fastway 20 southbound in the direction of Broadfield/Bewbush to the Checkatrade Stadium.
Arriving by bus
The Checkatrade Stadium is easily accessible by bus from all over Crawley and many parts of Sussex and Surrey. Buses stop right outside the entrance to the car park.
Fastway 10 serves the Checkatrade Stadium every seven minutes and drops you right outside the stadium. There are 12 buses an hour which go past the Stadium so you will never have to wait long for a service.
Fastway 20 (Gatwick South Terminal only) serves the Checkatrade Stadium every 20 minutes.
Routes 271 & 273 now provide an hourly direct service from Brighton, stopping near the stadium on the A23.
Pre-ordered and pre-paid tickets can be picked up from the collection window at the back of the West Stand. If you need to purchase a ticket visit the ticket office for all categories of tickets including disabled, where you can use a card to pay, or if paying by cash you can do so at the turnstiles. However please note that disabled/carer tickets are only available from the ticket office.
All fans - home and away - are welcome to use the Redz bar, which is situated at the southern end of the ground, at the back of the Structured Communications South Terrace. You can buy a hot snack or rolls as well as drinks. Redz is fully accessible, with a ramped entrance, and has an accessible toilet. Children can come into Redz Bar, if they are accompanied by an adult.
Inside the ground
Away fans sit in the segregated section of the East Stand at the northern end of the stadium. If large numbers of away supporters are expected the terrace at that end is also opened. All areas of the ground have refreshment outlets for hot food and drinks. There are 11 accessible toilets in all sections of the stadium.
Crawley now offer an Audio Description service to visually impaired fans and have 10 receivers for the use of both home and away fans. If you wish to take advantage of this free service you must first register your details & then reserve a receiver at least 7 days before the match.