Wycombe’s match against Stoke City on Wednesday, December 2 was an historic moment for the club, as it was the first time that fans were able to see the Chairboys play live in the flesh, following their promotion to the Championship.

It may have been a defeat for the Adams Park outfit on the night, but for large parts of the first-half, Stoke were rattled as they couldn’t seem to handle the roars and cheers of 1,000 die hard Wycombe fans, who were spread out across the stadium.

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This was evident when the players walked out on the pitch for kick-off, as the roar was so loud it made the hairs on the back of your neck stand up.

Speaking on fans being at the match, Gareth Ainsworth said: “They are Championship fans and they deserve to be Championship fans.

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Fans young and old attended the match against Stoke City on December 2 (Adam Davy/PA)

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The fans were scattered across three stands at Adams Park (Adam Davy/PA)

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The last time Wycombe had fans at Adams Park was on February 22 (Adam Davy/PA)

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It was a cold night at Adams Park (Adam Davy/PA)

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They really made a difference despite the 1-0 defeat (Adam Davy/PA)

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It was great to see them back (Adam Davy/PA)

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Many fans were in the Frank Adams Stand (Adam Davy/PA)

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It has been a long nine months for some of the fans, but they were happy to be back (Adam Davy/PA)

“It was fantastic to see them back.

“It has been several months of frustration, desire, want and there was a promotion in there as well, so it is awesome to see them back home.

“It was great to see them egging the players on and they were great throughout.

“We have the Wycombe identity back and I think the fans helped with that.

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“If we keep playing like that, then there will be no worries that this lot will be watching Championship football next season. 

“I will give nothing but my absolute best for this club and they understand.”