A GoFundMe page has been launched to have an enormous Wycombe Wanderers flag made in time for the 2022 League One play-off final against Sunderland.

The Wembley Stadium showpiece will see the Chairboys take on the Black Cats for the first time in a competitive final, and with the Adams Park outfit having a significant lower allocation than their North East opponents, the Wanderers faithful will be hoping to make their noises heard on May 21.

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Wycombe were given an allocation of 19,205 tickets but this could increase to 28,000 if the original figure is met, whilst Sunderland have been awarded around 37,000 tickets.

So, to make North London stadium as blue as possible, Wycombe supporter, Thomas Davidson, started up the page to encourage fans to get behind the flag and the team.

A target of ยฃ200 was set and at the time of writing, ยฃ195 has been raised.

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The idea is to get a 16m light and dark blue chequered flag created that will be passed along the Wanderers crowd at Wembley Stadium.

During the Covid season of 2020/21, the terrace end of Adams Park was littered with different Wanderers focused flags.

To help fund the flag, visit www.gofundme.com/f/fund-wycombe-flag.