Mark makes the mark!6 August 2019
Wycombe Wanderers Football Club is the first club in the country to have a Level 3* qualified youth mentor employed by its charitable arm after WWSET’s Education Manager Mark Heath recently undertook...
First female-only FFIT course now open for bookings25 July 2019
Wycombe Wanderers Sports & Education Trust are proud to launch its first female-only series of the Football Fans In Training programme from 4th September to 27th November.
Case studies: Keep Moving Forward24 July 2019
Two months on from the Sellebrity Soccer match at Adams Park, where stars of stage and screen combined with Chairboys legends in a charity football game, we take a look at the impact made by the...
Book now for Summer Soccer Schools!24 June 2019
Young Wanderers fans can develop their skills and enjoy the beautiful game with other children at one of our Summer Soccer Schools across the High Wycombe and Beaconsfield area in July and August.
Local students receive career advice at Adams Park11 June 2019
Pupils from Beaconsfield School received career advice from a range of Chairboys representatives during a special visit to Adams Park on Tuesday morning.
Wycombe win at Wembley!28 May 2019
A local school team representing Wycombe Wanderers tasted glory at Wembley Stadium on Sunday afternoon, lifting the EFL Kids Cup ahead of the League 1 play-off final between Charlton Athletic and...
Gerrards Cross CE School set for Wembley showdown22 May 2019
A local school team representing Wycombe Wanderers will battle it out for the Kids Cup at Wembley Stadium ahead of the League 1 play-off final on Sunday afternoon.
Adams Park hosts overnight Ramadaan tournament22 May 2019
In the middle of Saturday night/early Sunday morning, when most of the town was asleep, Wycombe Wanderers Sports & Education Trust (WWSET) were hosting their Annual Ramadaan Tournament under the...
RECRUITING: SET seek five new team members17 May 2019
Wycombe Wanderers Sports & Education Trust, the official charity of Wycombe Wanderers Football Club, are currently recruiting for a number of exciting new positions within their team.
Fans light up Adams Park for Time To Change11 April 2019
Around 5,500 football fans showed their support to Time to Change Buckinghamshire at a League 1 football match between Wycombe Wanderers and Charlton Athletic on Tuesday 9 April at Adams Park.
It's Time To Change!9 April 2019
Wycombe Wanderers and Time to Change Buckinghamshire have joined up to tackle the stigma attached to mental health problems, starting by dedicating tonight’s League One match against Charlton Athletic...