Date of birth
Club captain Bloomfield is now in his 17th full season with the Wanderers after joining on a free transfer from Ipswich Town in 2003 by then manager, Tony Adams. Whilst with the Wanderers, Bloomfield has helped the club to three promotions, a League Cup semi-final appearance and two trips to Wembley in play-off finals.
As the club's longest-serving player, Matt enjoyed a testimonial against Jose Mourinho's Chelsea at Adams Park and became the club’s all-time leading appearance maker in the EFL in 2016/17.
Milestones have kept coming for the evergreen midfielder, who clocked up 500 appearances for the Chairboys in a 1-1 draw with Sunderland in March 2019.
‘Mr Wycombe’ started in all of the play-off final games during the 2019/20 season, as he captained the Wanderers’ to their first promotion to the Championship. After making 31 appearances in all competitions, the 36-year-old extended his contract at the end of the season, on a multi-year deal.
By Tom Baldwin
Home: Reuben & Sarah Cox
Away: John Vipond
Training: Louise, Reta & Anthony Stone
Junior Blue: Owen Butler