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Wycombe Wanderers Ladies

Wycombe Wanderers Ladies compete in the Southern Region Women's Football League Premier Division in the 2020/21 season. 

As well as the senior team, the Ladies run an Under-18 squad.

Interested in joining? Email secretary Emma Newberry on

It is with regret that the club has had to take the difficult decision to not run a development team this season. This is due to a lack of available players of the right ability levels to form a sustainable squad for the season. The club has every intention of recruiting in readiness for season 2021/22 for a team to fill the gap between first and under-18 teams and will be actively seeking players. Keep an eye out for news as the season progresses.

Covid-19 Statement
We are currently working with the Bucks College Group who are the operators of the ground that the first team play at to ensure the safe return of spectators. The club and the venue will have its own unique QR code provided by government to assist in the track and trace programme which is anticipated to be with us by 24 September. Full details of the process and when we can allow the safe return of spectators into the ground will be published here as circumstances change. Currently, spectators socially distance themselves around the perimeter of the cage to watch games and it is very likely that if this is to continue, the QR code will need to be scanned by spectators upon arrival with immediate effect. Click here for the full Covid-19 risk assessment.

Lockdown 2.0 Statement
The female section of the club, in accordance with the government and subsequent FA requirements, will not be able to train together nor play competitively until after the 2 December which is when the current lockdown restrictions are planned to be lifted. The safety and well-being of our players, staff and volunteers is paramount and we will follow the guidance as necessary. We will, of course, update you via this site and our other social media platforms when we are advised that training and competitive play can recommence safely. Until then, stay safe and healthy.