The Chairboys known as Wycombe Wanderers are a League Two football club who play their home games in light blue and dark blue halves. They play their home games at Adams Park which holds over 10,000 people and their kits are supplied by Kukri Sports and sponsored by Dreams. The Wanderers highest honour was 1992-93 Football Conference Champions.
Wycombe Wanderers were founded in 1887 by furniture makers gaining their nickname the Chairboys. Wanderers play their home games in the 10,000 capacity Adams Park in High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire which they share with the Premiership Rugby side Wasps.
Less renowned kit suppliers O'Neills compose Wycombe Wanderers kit range for the upcoming 2016/17 season. The team possessing Adebayo Akinfenwa's 'Beast Mode', Wycombe Wanderers, showcase their shirt collection for their League Two campaign this coming term which combine traditional colours with [...]
Wycombe Wanderers is an English club from Buckinghamshire [...]
Wycombe Wanderers is an English club from Buckinghamshire playing in League Two, the fourth level of the English league system [...]
Wycombe Wanderers have officially announced a new shirt sponsorship with Samsung Electronics UK, and their new home kit which was unveiled alongside this news will carry Samsung's logo [...]
Wycombe Wanderers FC played the 2011/12 season in League One, the third level of the English league system, but finished 21st in the table to be relegated to the 2012/13 League Two [...]
Wycombe play their homes games in light blue and dark blue quartered shirts, blue shorts and socks. The strip provides the reason for their other nickname of the Blues. Wycombe's blue shirt has been worn to some honours such as: FA Amateur Cup winners 1931, FA Trophy winners 1991 and 1993, Football Conference Champions 1993, Division 3 Play-Off Winners 1994 and most recently FA Cup giantkillers and semi-finalists in 2001.
The Chairboys famously reached the FA Cup semi-final in the 2000-01 season where they received the FA Cup Giant Killers Award.