To celebrate the return of supporters at Adams Park this month, fans, and those live in and around the Wycombe area, will be treated to a fireworks display.

It will take place after Wanderers’ pre-season match against Leicester City on Wednesday, July 28, which will also be the same day that the Chairboys will show off their new away kit to the crowd.

Adams Park, which has been Wycombe’s home since 1990, has had numerous changes over the last year, which includes a brand new outdoor press area, pitch, super-fast wifi, audio system, FETCH food ordering service and drinks section at the Chairboys Village.

The club’s away kit, training kit, and goalkeeper kit will also be available to purchase on the day.

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The last time fans were able to attend the stadium for a match was the 2-1 defeat against Coventry City on Saturday, December 2020.

This was one of two fixtures to be played at the ground which had fans in, as Wycombe's first match with supporters in at Adams Park took place 10 days before the Coventry game, which was a 1-0 loss to Stoke City.

Wanderers are currently planning life for League One, following their relegation from the Championship in May.