Accessibility Guide to High Wycombe

Accessibility Provisions at Wycombe

Car Parking
Probably the biggest issue at Wycombe in respect of its availability and the time it takes to leave the ground at the end of the game. The MK Dons website (Forthcoming games tab) says there are 3 wide and 5 standard sized parking spaces for disabled Dons fans at Wycombe. They cost £10 and need to be booked by phoning Wycombe Wanderers 01494 441118.

We would advise booking asap. We have read on Wycombe’s web page that you need to be parked in these spaces before 2 pm, we would check this when you book. If you have not got a booked space you should not approach the stadium gates.

There is more general info about parking etc at but it appears that this is updated specifically for each match, so at the time we are writing this it is all about Exeter fans.

Official Away Travel
The Dons will be providing an accessible minibus as part of the Club’s Official Away Travel, bookable via the Dons Box Office, at the same prices as the official away coaches. We have been told that the mini bus will be able to drop-off at the away end but it will have to remain where it is parked with the coaches at the end of the game and will not be able to pick up at the away end.

Accessible Facilities in the Ground
One accessible toilet at the away end (not the best). Wheelchair spaces and seating for those requiring step free seating at pitch level at the far end of the away stand (a good area where we have never had any problems even with a capacity crowd). More details can be found in our previous review on Level Playing Field’s website

Headset Match Commentary
Available to book by email It is a standard radio commentary rather than an audio described commentary but it is in real time.

Hope this info is helpful. Any further queries on this or anything about access at away games or Stadium MK please do contact us on Otherwise see you at the match.

Jo & Jeff Newall
Disability Officers

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