A Message from the Trust President

Karen Adams, who is the President of the Wycombe Wanderers Trust, tonight sent this message which was read out at the end of the Legacy Members meeting: My grandfather Frank Adams gifted Loakes Park to WWFC on the proviso that it remained an amateur club. It was my father Jack Adams, former Patron of WWFC, […]

Twenty Years of The Frank Adams Stand

This special anniversary has recently been noted in a article on The Football Pink website www.footballpink.net as the second feature in their series on Making a Stand Click here to read the full article Our Trust President (and now a director of Frank Adams Legacy Limited) Karen Robinson (nee Adams), pictured left has just said: ” […]

The Legacy of Frank Adams

This delightful picture (apologies for the flash reflection) of our generous benefactor Frank Adams has just been returned to the football club having formed part of the recent exhibition at the High Wycombe Library. Frank Adams joined the club in 1910 and by the time of his retirement in 1929 he had made 331 appearances […]

See Wycombe Wanderers’ History in the Library

We would like to invite you visit a special exhibition at High Wycombe Library which has been running from early December and ending on Saturday 25th April 2015. The exhibition is a project led jointly by the Football Club, Wycombe Wanderers Trust and the Wycombe Wanderers Ex-Players Association showcasing memorabilia and artefacts from the club’s 127-year history, many […]

Tony “Bodger” Horseman Reminisces

Despite the occasional appearance at Adams Park with the Wycombe Wanderers Ex-Players Association, we don’t see or hear much of Tony Horseman these days – our all time record goalscorer. ‘Bodger’ Horseman scored 416 goals in his 749 appearances for the Chairboys between 1961 and 1978 but now at the age of 73 and with […]

The Lasting Legacy of Frank Adams

In the second of his two articles, originally published in the Bucks Free Press, local historian Mike Dewey concludes his story of Frank’s life as a sportsman, businessman and benefactor. Clink on this link The Lasting Legacy of Frank Adams Mike Dewey has been a lifelong supporter of WWFC for nearly 70 years, and he was at Loakes […]

Exhibition Closes but WWFC History Goes On

The Exhibition of Wanderers history and memorabilia may have closed but that does not mean that everything will be put back in the cupboards and forgotten. Some of the items that were on display at the Wycombe Museum were kindly lent to us by certain individuals and those have now been returned to their owners. […]