Tickets for Wycombe's Sky Bet League Two game at Luton Town on Tuesday 30th January (k.o. 7.45pm) are now sold out.
The fixture was originally scheduled to take place on Saturday 6th January, but was rearranged due to both clubs' involvement in the Emirates FA Cup third round.
This is an all-ticket match for Wanderers fans, meaning they must have purchased in advance and NO tickets will be available to buy on the night.
The confirmation of the our sold out allocation means there will be 772 Wanderers fans at Kenilworth Road on Tuesday night.
By Adrian Wood
Postcode: LU4 8AW
Using the car? These are the recommended road directions
Take the London bound M40 and then the M25 northbound (clockwise). Exit at Junction 21 then join the M1 motorway (signposted The North). Leave the M1 at Junction 11 and join the A505 towards Luton. Go through one set of traffic lights and at the 1st roundabout, turn right into Chaul End Lane. At the next roundabout turn left into Hatters Way. Whilst continuing down Hatters Way the ground will be seen on your left, although it is not accessible from this road. At the end of Hatters Way turn left and start looking for street parking from here on (the ground will now be on your left).
Mileage from High Wycombe = 42 (average journey time 45 minutes)
Suggested car parking area
There is no car park at the ground, and there is limited space available in the streets around the ground. If you are early, you can find a space close by, but the street parking fills up quite quickly. There is a multi-storey car park in the town centre. Follow the signs for the Galaxy Centre Leisure Complex. There is another large multi-storey car park at Luton railway station.
Travelling by coach?
OWWSA will be running a coach that will leave Adams Park at 17.00. Travel prices are £13 for adults, £12 for seniors, and £11 for juniors. The price for non-members is £18 (no refund if game is cancelled and the coaches have left their depot). If you wish to book by phone (Rena 01494 520179, Graham 07876 267301) or by e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org) you need to do so by Sunday 28th January at 5pm.
Fancy using the train?
Thameslink trains operate a very regular service from the capital (St Pancras International, Blackfriars, Farringdon etc.), average journey time is around 35 minutes. Luton station is around a 15min walk from the ground.
Facilities for away fans
Away fans are housed on one side of the small, covered Oak Road Stand (on the Executive Stand side) at one end of the ground. We have an allocation of 772 tickets. The entrance to the Oak Stand is unusual. The impression is of queuing to go into someone's house and then through their back garden and into the stand! There are a number of supporting pillars in this stand, which may hinder your view. The leg room is tight – possibly one reason why away fans tend to stand.
Spare time before or after match?
There is not a great choice of hostelries around the ground and the Wetherspoons pub called the London Hatter on Park Street has now closed down. Apparently the Beech Hill Conservative Club on Leagrave Road welcomes both home and away supporters. To find the club, with the away entrance in front of you, turn left and walk down to the bottom of Oak Road. Proceed through the small arcade of shops opposite and you will see the sign for the club between two shops. It has a large car park (charge made) and offers reasonably priced beer. Recommended in the town centre on the Bedford Road, only a few minutes’ walk from the train station is the “English Rose”. Also close to the station and recommended is “The Bricklayers Arms” on High Town Road. At the ground itself there is a small bar just inside the away turnstiles serving both draught and bottled beers.