Trevor Stroud, Chairman of Wycombe Wanderers Trust and David Cook, Club Director, opened up on transport to the Adams Park and travel for away fans next season.

The club believe that there could be as many as 18 sell-out matches at Adams Park in the 2020/21 season, as the club are preparing for the following the season, which will be their first in the Championship.

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Stroud said: “Transport is an issue, getting a second access road isn’t going to be a quick thing that we can do.

“But it has certainly been on the radar and we are having discussions with the council.

“We’re certainly looking at other transport options in terms of park and ride, more bus access.

“I think we’ve done the analysis that it’s likely we’re going to have 18 sell-outs for away fans once we’re allowed to be back to normal.

“The two or three games a season where it’s going to be really busy will become the norm.

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“We have to do something about that and that is part of the plans we’re looking at.”

David Cook also revealed that it could be up to the home club to decide on whether they will be able to accommodate away fans.

Cook said: “I think the statement that I’ve heard, not first hand, but I’ve heard from the EFL is that it is up to the home club to decide whether or not away fans can be accommodated and if so, how many.

“We will have the same issue.

“We will have the same problem.

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“But it’s very much in the hands, as I understand it, of the home club to choose how to manage that.”

Next season, big name clubs such as Norwich City, Luton Town, Reading, Blackburn Rovers, Coventry City, Queens Park Rangers, Middlesbrough, Sheffield Wednesday, Nottingham Forest and Derby County will all be making trips to Adams Park.

Chairboys fans will also be hoping that they can travel to some of England’s most famous grounds.