Date of birth
'Blooms' is now in his 14th full season with the Wanderers after joining on a free transfer from Ipswich Town in 2003
Whilst with the Wanderers, Bloomfield has helped the club to two promotions, a League Cup semi-final appearance and a trip to Wembley in the play-off final.
His passion and determination has led to him becoming a firm fans favourite and an integral part of the club. As the club's longest serving player, Matt enjoyed a testimonial against Jose Mourinho's Chelsea at Adams Park, and signed a two year contract extension in June 2014, remaining a first-team regular with his fully-committed displays on the pitch, even breaking an arm and playing on after scoring a vital equaliser at York City in April 2016.
Bloomfield made his 400th appearance for the Blues against Blackpool in August 2016, finishing the season with five goals from midfield – equalling his best ever tally of goals scored in a single season.
Bloomfield continued to write his name in the Wycombe Wanderers history books in 2017/18, becoming the club’s all-time leading appearance maker in the EFL, and the club were delighted when the midfielder signed a contract extension in April 2017, keeping him at Adams Park until the summer of 2018.