Date of birth
'Blooms' is now in his 15th 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 three 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.
The creative midfielder 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 2016/17, becoming the club’s all-time leading appearance maker in the EFL, and the midfielder signed a contract extension in April 2017, keeping him at Adams Park until the summer of 2018.
Another milestone was made by 'Mr Wycombe' in 2017/18 as he made his 450th EFL appearance, marking the occasion with the opening goal in a 2-1 win at Forest Green Rovers on New Year's Day. Bloomfield would go on to make 43 appearances that season, scoring three times as he achieved his third promotion with the club.
'Blooms' agreed a new two-year deal with the Chairboys towards the end of 2017/18 season; which will keep the club captain at Adams Park until the summer of 2020.