Fans will be allowed to attend Wycombe Wanderers' next home match against Stoke City on Wednesday, December 2.

The club confirmed on Monday, November 30, that they had been given approval from its local Safety Advisory Group, which will see up to 1,000 spectators enter Adams Park on the night.

Places are being allocated to the club’s season ticket holders, executive box holders and key sponsors.

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This is in line with Wycombe’s pledge from the summer, that it will grant access to fans in the chronological order in which they purchased their season ticket.

It will be the first time since the 3-1 victory against Tranmere Rovers on Saturday, February 22, that fans will be able to watch Wycombe play live at Adams Park.

The last time fans were able to attend a Wycombe match of any kind, was in the defeat to Doncaster Rovers on February 29.

An excerpt from the club’s website read: “Attending fans must buy the club’s Code of Conduct for this fixture.

“This is vital for the health and safety of all supporters, and to give the club every chance of successfully passing the pilot event in order to accommodate more fans at future matches.

“Failure to comply with the Code of Conduct may severely jeopardise the future opportunities for fans to attend football games, not just at Adams Park but on a wider scale.

“The club’s operational team are working hard to ensure all processes are run smoothly and efficiently with health and safety as the number one priority.

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“Please do not contact the ticket office unless you have an urgent enquiry, and be aware that wait times may be longer than usual during this busy time.”

The club also confirmed that if the pilot scheme is successful against the Potters, Wycombe will be able to accommodate 2,000 supporters for the following Championship fixture against Coventry City on December 12.

For more information, visit the club’s website.