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Stevenage home - best home League attendance for seven years
Wed May 2, 2018 12:55

Wanderers’ final game of the 2017/18 campaign will see a season best attendance at Adams Park. The Club reported on the Tuesday before the Stevenage game that the ‘home’ terrace and ‘The Family Stand’ [Origin] had both sold out. The ‘Old Main Stand’ [Beechdean] was reported as being sold out early on Wednesday afternoon. The only remaining tickets left for ‘home’ fans, as of Wednesday afternoon were 500 in the Woodlands Stand [Frank Adams].

As previously reported on COTN, Adams Park has a current registered 'safe' capacity of 9,552 capacity. This leaves around 7,700 for Wanderers fans, including a reduced terrace capacity of 1,429. The 'away end' reduced in capacity from just over 2,000 to 1,850 in June 2014 following a request from Thames Valley Police who were concerned with persistent standing in the all-seater area.

With Stevenage expected to bring around 400 supporters, the total attendance should be just over 8,000 – making this the highest home league attendance at Adams Park since the final game of the 2010/11 season when 8,567 turned out for the promotion winning game against Southend United.


100 tickets left in the BeechdeanStand.
500 left in the Frank Adams Stand.

Terrace and Family Stand sold out. #WYCvSTE

— Wycombe Wanderers (@wwfcofficial) 2 May 2018

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