A Wycombe Wanderers fan who attempted to get into a function room at Adams Park while "intoxicated" has been slapped with a ban after being found with a pyrotechnic device.

According to the club, the football fan was stopped and searched by stewards and Thames Valley Police ahead of Saturday's game against Crawley Town after attempting to enter the Vere Suite in an "intoxicated state". 

He has been given a three-year banning order and was also arrested for drunkenness and possession of a pyrotechnic device.

Another supporter has also been issued with a ban for using racist language  in a public area close to the stadium following the recent FA Cup tie at Solihull Moors.

The club said while the fan has shown "remorse" for his actions - which were carried out while "highly intoxicated" - they will not tolerate discrimination of any form. 

They have urged fans to report any anti-social behaviour on a matchday by texting 07438350176 using the following code words:

  • Race (if offender’s behaviour is racist)
  • HPH (if offender’s behaviour is homophobic)
  • Foul (if offender’s behaviour is foul)
  • Stand (if offender is persistently standing in seated areas)
  • Smoke (if offender is smoking)
  • Sexism (if offender’s behaviour is sexist)

A description of the incident, your block, row and seat number should also be included. 

Fans with concerns can also report incidents to stadium manager Gordon Reilly on gordon.reilly@wwfc.com.