About the project
The Wanderer Wall was installed in the summer of 2020, with the project being launched during a suspension of the league season due to the global outbreak of coronavirus. The club were enjoying their best ever season, and the club – under the new ownership of Rob, Missy and Pete Couhig – took the opportunity to mark this period with a lasting tribute to the people who make the club what it is.
As well as celebrating the Worldwide Wycombe Wanderers Phenomenon, the Wanderer Wall will also benefit the local community, with a share of the proceeds being donated to the One Can Trust foodbank and Wycombe Homeless Connection charity.
Situated outside the Players Entrance at Adams Park, the Wanderer Wall is prominent and easily accessible for all visitors to the stadium, made up of around 500 tiles measuring 15cmx15cm in size. Each is dedicated to a different player, volunteer or supporter of the club, some whom have passed away, recognising their contribution to the Chairboys. Additional tiles may be made available if there is sufficient demand.
Every fan who buys a tile on the Wanderer Wall can also choose to receive a replica tile to be displayed at home or in their workplace.
Images on the products page are for representation puposes only, and may not be to scale.
- SALES NOW CLOSED! Wycombe Wanderers are thrilled to announce that we have reached our number for the 2nd wall. This will complete the second and last phase on the walls either side of Monty’s bar.
- Replicas have now all been dispatched
- Installation of the tiles on the Wall will begin shortly