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Wycombe Wanderers v City (Saturday, October 14)

All you need to know about City's trip to Adams Park

3 October 2017

Exeter City travel to Wycombe Wanderers looking to pick up their fourth away win of the season. However, Gareth Ainsworth's side will provide a stern test as they have won their last four matches on the spin to move up to fourth in the table.

WYCOMBE WANDERERS

Saturday, October 14 (3pm)

Sky Bet League Two

STADIUM - ADAMS PARK (HP12 4HJ)

Adams Park is the home of Wycombe Wanderers and has been since 1990. Between 2003 and 2006, the stadium was known as the Causeway Stadium under a naming rights deal but returned to its original name. It has a capacity of 10,300. It is an all-seated ground and also provides spaces for those in a wheelchair. The stadium was expanded in both 1996 and 2001.

GRECIAN TRAVEL

Grecian Travel is sold out for this match.

BY ROAD

To get to Adams Park, follow the M5 and M4 to A404 in Windsor and Maidenhead. Continue onto the A404. At the first roundabout, take the second exit and stay on the A404. At the next roundabout, take the third exit onto John Hall Way/A4010. At the third roundabout, take the first exit onto lane end road. At the next roundabout, take the second exit onto Hillbottom road. Adams Park will be at the end of Hillbottom road. This drive should take approximately three hours.

BY RAIL

The train journey from Exeter St Davids to Wycombe should take between three hours and 20 minutes and three hours and 45 minutes. The journey requires two changes. The train from Exeter St Davids will take you to London Paddington and should take about two hours and 30 minutes. From there, you should take the tube from London Paddington to London Marylebone. From here, you can take a train to High Wycombe station which will take about 20 minutes. From the train from Exeter St Davids will take you to London Paddington and should take about two hours and 30 minutes. From there, you should take the tube from London Paddington to London Marylebone. From here, you can take a train to High Wycombe station which will take about 20 minutes. From the station there is a lengthy 50-minute walk to Adams Park or an 11-minute drive.

PARKING

There is a car park located at the ground which costs £5 per car. Some industrial units provide parking for £3 per car.

TICKETS

Tickets are now on sale, via Exeter City, via the following link or by visiting the club or phoning 01392 411243.

The away tickets are for unreserved seating in the Lords Builders Services Stand. Tickets can be purchased on the day of the game but there will be a £2 increase on the day.

Ticket prices are as follows:

Adult (26-59): £20

Senior citizen (60 and over): £17

Young adult (19-25): £15

Juniors (12-18): £11

Child (11 and under): £5

Ambulant and wheelchair disabled tickets are charged at the relevant price category above and can be booked through Exeter City.

PUBS/FOOD

At the stadium, there is a Scores Bar and Vere Suite which welcomes away fans. Located just outside of the entrance for away fans is a heated marquee which is for visiting supporters only which sells alcoholic drinks.

Nearby is a mobile catering unit that serves hot food such as pies. The nearest pub to Adams Park is the Hourglass which is a 15-minute walk away. Away fans are normally welcomed in small groups. To get to the Hourglass from Adams Park, walk along Hillbottom road until you reach the roundabout. Continue straight on from the roundabout to Lane End road.

Continue along Lane End road until you reach another roundabout. At this roundabout, continue along the pavement you are on and the Hourglass will be on your left.

TOTAL DISTANCE

The distance between St James Park and Adams Park is 180 miles, taking approximately three hours to drive.


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