Adams Park (HP12 4HJ) and is a journey of 35 miles from Stadium MK.
The ground capacity is just over 10,000 of which some 2,000 are for away supporters who are accommodated in the Dreams Stand at one end of the ground, but it looks like we have been allocated about 1800 for this playoff semi-final…it will sell out as will the club travel, don’t delay is the message.
The carpark at Adams Park is legendary, it’s a nightmare to get out of with reports of up to an hour waiting just to get back onto the road system. It costs £5 to park so it maybe an idea to park at the various industrial units nearby for about £3.
The views from the away end are good, and the ground gets rave reviews on many football grounds guides from away fans, the usual football ground fayre is on sale.
For those that like an alcoholic beverage we may be ok, the supporters club usually allows away fans but not for this one, that will be denied down to the potential number of travelling fans, but fer not there was a small, tented bar on our last visit. The nearest pub appears to be a good 15-minute walk called The Hourglass in Sands, but again they seem loathe to allow large numbers of away fans through the doors, so I’d chance the Fanzone bar at the ground.
I’d expect a higher level of security for this game based on previous events with so much at stake, and I can see the stewards being more hands on….the message from us at the MKDSA would be, keep it about us, lets not start songs about Akinfenwa again.
Wycombe Railway Station is about 2-3 miles from Adams Park and is served by London Marylebone and Birmingham Moor Street, a taxi trip will cost you about £8 or you could use the shuttle bus from the station at a cost of £4 return, but it does get busy, and it can take as long as 40 minutes on the return leg of the journey.