Wycombe Wanderers’ Adams Park has been named as one of the safest stadiums to visit in the UK.

Conducted by experts at Live Football Tickets, boffins compared the average number of spectators at each football ground yearly with the reported incidences of crime within a 1 km radius of each venue, to unveil which stadiums provide the safest and least safe matchday experience.

Their results concluded that the home of the Chairboys is the eighth safest in the country with a mean estimated crime events per 100 spectators per season of just 0.35.

It shows that between 2021 and 2023, Wanderers had an estimated 116,644 people visit HP12 in that time, with 412 incidents being reported to the authorities.

A spokesperson from Live Football Tickets said: “Wycombe Wanderers fans can proudly tout their home stadium as Adams Park Stadium the eighth safest of all 86 venues studied.

“Despite hosting an average of 116,644 visitors annually, crime figures are relatively low in its vicinity averaging 0.35 incidents per 100 spectators.”

The top 10 safest stadiums based on reported crime are as follows:

  1. Old Trafford (Manchester United)
  2. Etihad Stadium (Manchester City)
  3. DW Stadium (Wigan Athletic)
  4. Boundary Park (Oldham Athletic)
  5. University of Bolton Stadium (Bolton Wanderers)
  6. Spotland Stadium (Rochdale)
  7. Amex Stadium (Brighton & Hove Albion)
  8. Adams Park (Wycombe Wanderers)
  9. BET365 Stadium (Stoke City)
  10. Home Park (Plymouth Argyle)

The least safe stadiums to visit according to the data are the following:

  1. Victoria Park (Hartlepool United)
  2. Recreation Ground (Aldershot Town)
  3. Field Mill (Mansfield Town)
  4. Broadfield Stadium (Crawley Town)
  5. Priestfield Stadium (Gillingham)
  6. Brisbane Road (Leyton Orient)
  7. The Hive (Barnet)
  8. Highbury Stadium (Fleetwood Town)
  9. Roots Hall (Southend United)
  10. County Ground (Swindon Town)