The BBC published their annual Price of Football results this week and once again Wycombe Wanderers were proven to offer excellent value compared to other clubs in League Two.

At £13 for an adult matchday ticket (when purchased in advance of the game), we offer the cheapest ticket in the division and in my opinion the best value for money. I believe that’s something everyone should be proud of, when you consider the quality of the facilities at Adams Park, the enjoyable and welcoming experience that we offer to home and away fans, and also the reality that we live and work in an area with one of the highest costs of living in the country.

We’ve made a commitment to making football affordable for everyone, and particularly the younger generations. Not many clubs offer a young adult ticket price for those aged 19-25, many of whom have just come out of full-time education and are at the start of their careers with relatively little disposable income. 

This summer, we expanded the range of ages at which children can get free tickets in our Origin Family Stand, moving from under 7s to under 11s, and junior season tickets (ages 12-18) worked out at only £2 per game.

The Price of Football survey also highlighted the reciprocal ticket deal we arranged with Barnet, offering a Quid-A-Kid deal for all junior fans at both matches between the clubs, and look forward to making our trip to The Hive in March a fantastic day out for our away supporters.

There is always a challenging balance to strike between making our prices as attractive as possible for fans to come along, and making sure the business operates as efficiently as it can to remain financially stable.

We welcome all old and new supporters to bring friends and family along to share in the fantastic family friendly experience at Adams Park, especially over the Christmas period with the FA Cup second round game here on December 3, and nothing beats the football family tradition of a home match on Boxing Day! 

Finally I wanted to mention the 500 Club, which invites fans to contribute to the club’s playing budget for the January transfer window.

More than 120 supporters have pledged close to £20,000 which is a phenomenal effort, for which we’re extremely grateful, and encourage as many of you as possible to help make a difference on the pitch. We offer regular prize rewards and an exclusive event, as our way of saying thank you. Please visit to find out more.

See you at Adams Park this Saturday for the 3pm kick-off.