A new chapter will be written as the 2020/21 season will be Wycombe Wanderers’ first-ever in the Championship.

This will mean a number of things for the club – more games will be shown live on television due to Sky’s deal with Championship matches, and clubs, many of them being former Premier League teams, will be making their way down to Adams Park.

To put it into context, when Wycombe avoided relegation in the 2013/14 season, they played teams such as Hartlepool United, York City, Torquay United, and Chesterfield – teams who have since been relegated out of the Football League.

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They also played Bury that year, who has since been expelled from the EFL due to financial issues.

Six years later, the club will be preparing themselves for teams such as Derby County, Reading, Sheffield Wednesday, Norwich City, Birmingham City, Queens Park Rangers, Stoke City and Blackburn Rovers to name just a few, with all of these clubs playing Premier League football within the last 20 years.

Some of these clubs have even enjoyed playing in European competition since the turn of the century.

So what Wycombe can expect next season?

Well, as well as enjoying the international breaks in September, October, November, and March, the club (if permitted), will see a huge influx of fans making their way to Adams Park, both home and away.

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Many teams in the Championship are known for bringing a huge following to away games.

Case and point, even though it looks likely that Leeds United will be promoted to the Premier League this season, they took an incredible 8,000 fans to the Emirates Stadium when they faced Arsenal in this season’s FA Cup.

Yes, it was a cup match and home sides tend to allocate more tickets to the opposition, but these are the kind of things that Wycombe will be able to look forward to next season – a packed out away end when facing some of England’s biggest clubs.

They got a taste of that this season when sides such as Sunderland, Coventry City, and Ipswich Town, again, all former Premier League sides, visited Adams Park.

Like Gareth Ainsworth said in his post-match press conference on Monday night, ‘the Championship is one of the best leagues in the world’, so I think it’s fair to say that it will not be easy by any means.

Many fans have said that the Championship is one of the hardest leagues to compete in due to the similar level of competition.

It’s either a make-or-break season for those who get promoted into the second tier for the first time, as we have seen over the years, many clubs struggle in the division at the first attempt.

Teams such as Yeovil Town, who spent their only season in the second tier in 2013/14, were relegated back down into League One, whilst teams such as Barnsley and Rotherham United (the latter being promoted with Wycombe this season), bouncing between the two leagues over the last few seasons.

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But who is to say that Wycombe can’t go one better?

Who is to say that Wycombe Wanderers can’t be playing Premier League football in 2021/22?

Look at the job Gareth Ainsworth has done since taking over in 2012.

He has saved the club from relegation twice (2014 and 2019), reached two play-off finals (2015 and 2020), persuaded a Football League legend in Adebayo Akinfenwa to join the club, achieved an FA Cup third round reply with Aston Villa in the 2015/16 season, with Villa being the runners up the year before, and managed to get the club promoted to the Championship…where at the start of the season, Wycombe only had NINE first-team players.

At his disposal, Ainsworth has got players who will die for the club, a rocking fan base, an atmospheric stadium and more money coming into the club through TV rights as well as being taken over by the Couhig family.

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This is an exciting time to be a Wycombe Wanderers supporter.

And whatever happens next season, the 2020/21 season will be one to remember so let’s just enjoy the season for what it is.