A look at Adams Park
Ticket Office: 01494441118
Ticket Information: Rovers re-arranged game against Wycombe has been made all ticket. Rovers have been given 1400 unreserved tickets in Dreams Stand for the game on Saturday, December 1st.
Tickets are priced at £20 for adults, £16 for 60+, 16 for students (with a valid NUS card) and £5 for U16s. They will be on sale until 12pm on Friday.
Fans who have a ticket stub from the original fixture will be able to exchange their ticket on the day from ticket office one, but no refunds will be available. Fans who order their tickets from tomorrow, will also be able to collect them from ticket office one on the day. Please leave plenty of time to collect your tickets!
Stadium car parking at Adams Park is free if you have four or more people in the car, otherwise it costs £5 per car. There is also a park and ride scheme from Cressex Cinema priced just £1.
Away Capacity: 2,000
How To Get There: The stadium is located on the outskirts of Wycombe on the Sands Industrial Estate. Leave the M40 at Junction 4 and take the A4010 towards Aylesbury. Turn left at the 4th roundabout into Lane End Road and then continue straight down this road. Cross another roundabout and into Hillbottom Road. The ground is down at the very bottom of this road. Follow signs for London Wasps.
SatNav: HP12 4HJ
Distance: 102.0 miles
Duration: 1 hour 52 minutes
Away Facilities: Away fans are mostly located at one end of the ground in the Dreams Stand, where just over 2,000 supporters can be accommodated. The standard football ground fayre of burgers (£2.30), pies (£2), pasties and hot dogs are available from the refreshments area.
The last time Rovers completed a game at Adams Park was in the Johnstones Paint Trophy just under a year ago. The home side won 3-1, with Matt Harrold scoring Rovers' goal in the second half.
The original fixture this year was called off on 66 minutes, with Rovers 3-1 up. Players were removed from the field due to heavy rain and the match was then called of by Wycombe's health and safety officer who claimed that lightening had hit the away stand.
Rovers lodged an appeal with the Football League which was ultimately unsuccessful.