The Adams Park pitch is currently being renovated as preparation for the new season continues.

Following their last game on the grass against Bournemouth on Saturday, May 1, in which they won 1-0, the pitch has since been used for various events throughout the previous month.

These events included the Adams Park Cup which took place between May 15 and May 16, whilst several local teams and non-playing staff have all benefited from playing at the home of Wycombe Wanderers, since the regular league season concluded on May 8.

Now, with the new campaign getting underway in just over two months, the ground will have a new pitch as Wycombe aim to bounce back to the Championship at the first attempt, following their relegation to League One last season.

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Wycombe play their home games at Adams Park

Wycombe play their home games at Adams Park

The club said: “Work continues on the brand-new wi-fi infrastructure throughout the stadium, which will enable world-class connectivity for all visitors, while the club’s PA system and CCTV services are also being vastly upgraded.

“The Woodlands Lounge, Executive Lounge, Executive Boxes, corridor and reception areas have been refurbished, thanks in no small part to the work of a number of volunteers throughout the spring, enhancing the club’s hospitality offerings for the new season, which will include the official launch of the Ignite Third Changing Room in the inner sanctum of the tunnel.

“Fans in all lounges will enjoy a far greater viewing experience on the brand-new Vestel display screens, powered by TrouDigital technology, and inside the bowl, a giant new screen and pitchside advertising displays will light up every matchday.

“And the club have teamed up with FETCH to enable fans to order food, drink, and merchandise via an app from their seat, and collect it from the nearest pick-up point, to reduce queues and wait times.”

Following their promotion to the second-tier last season, the club installed a new press area with outdoor, fold-up desks and a new scoreboard at Adams Park.