Numerous local teams were seen playing at the home of Wycombe Wanderers for the 2021 Adams Park Cup at the weekend.

The two-day event saw many local football clubs from all over the south of Bucks and neighboring counties visit the stadium on May 15 and May 16, which saw the teams battle it out to win their respective groups.

The Saturday saw the under eights and nines play, whilst the under 10s and 11s took to the field on the Sunday.

It was an entertaining weekend at Adams Park

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The children took to the Adams Park pitch with their parents and other family members in the stands, as everyone seemed to enjoy the occasion.

The event was organised by the Wycombe Wanderers Sports and Education Trust (WWSET), who work within the local community by taking part in afterschool clubs, as well as offering help to charities.

Mark Fawkes, who is the Head of Fundraising and Communications, Wycombe Wanderers Sports & Education Trust said: “This is for local teams in the community to get onto the pitch at Adams Park, have a good kick about and even though it’s great for the kids, it’s also great for the parents to come back here.

There were numerous teams at Adams Park

“As a club employee, it’s great to see people with their smiling faces in and around the stadium again after a tough year"

“It’s a really important event for both the children and parents and it was great that we could offer it, and all the feedback we’ve got from the kids, the parents, and the coaches has been really positive.

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“The kids all love their football, so if we can continue to encourage that by getting them on a professional pitch and foster their love for that, it could only be a good thing.

“We have been doing great work in and around the community with afterschool clubs as well as mental health organisations so all the money raised will go towards helping people in the future.”

One of the fathers who attended the event added: “It’s been fantastic and it has been a great experience for the boys win lose or draw.

The parents and children enjoyed it

“It’s a great setup.”

“My son played and for him to play on a professional pitch to see what it’s all about is great.

“Football for the kids is massively important for the parents, so I think, in terms of socialising for both the parents and kids, it was hugely important to see everyone and enjoy the occasion.”

A lot parents enjoyed the football

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The two-day event also saw the club’s kiosk open for hot refreshments, which was well received by the parents.

The football was also streamed live through WWSET’s (Wycombe Wanderers Sports and Education Trust) YouTube page.

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