The club’s owners, Wycombe Wanderers Trust, are in talks with two parties interested in taking a significant share of the club and opening a new chapter in the illustrious history of the Chairboys, with an outcome likely to be known before the end of the current season.
In the meantime, Gareth Ainsworth’s men have a job to finish on the pitch, firstly guaranteeing survival in League 1 and then potentially achieving their highest ever league finish this century, as well as preparing to strengthen the squad for the 2019/20 campaign.
And it’s business as usual off the pitch, as the club continues to work towards improving its experience for all visitors to Adams Park and strengthening its ties with the local community.
The club believes that many supporters will be sure to book their place for the new season come what may – proudly sharing the ‘We’re Wycombe, Whatever’ tagline – but for some, their allegiance to the Blues may be affected by the outcome of the investment prospects.
The Trust are keen to ensure that the values, traditions and heritage of the club are upheld whichever direction is taken, and that supporters should continue to feel proud to wear the badge and remain attached to the Wycombe Wanderers community.
So with that in mind, the club have made a pledge that anybody who buys a season ticket during the ‘early bird’ window – closing on May 4th – will be entitled to a full refund of their season ticket by June 30th, if they choose not to continue their support of the team in this way. Simply contact the ticket office to arrange this.
In the light of the current measures to help fight Corona Virus, announced by the Government, the ‘A Agenda’ Trust Board meeting scheduled for next