TUESDAY'S whirlwind victory against Shrewsbury has given City fans renewed optimism in the fight to avoid the League One drop.

The Bantams go again at Wycombe Wanderers this weekend and match-day goers are thinking about getting their away-day itinerary together.

Here at the T&A, we've got you covered.

From travel times and routes, to the best boozers - this Away Day guide will give you everything you need and we'll be doing this for every forthcoming Bantams trip.

We've even got a handy interactive map which incorporates everything we mention including routes (trains and car), parking spots, and drinking holes for away fans (see further below).

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

Venue: Adams Park

Capacity: 9,617

Address: Hillbottom Rd, High Wycombe, HP12 4HJ - The outskirts of Wycombe itself, on the Sands Industrial Estate.


Prices range from £24 to £13 for away fans, and children aged 12 and under go free.

Tickets bought on the day can cost up to £2 more.

Most away sides are allocated just over 1800 tickets in the Lords Builders Merchants Stand (West), but those with bigger followings sometimes get 350 seats in the main stand.

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:


The main concern for the big day is how to get there, how long it will take to get there, and where on earth you're going to park...

By car:

Easy enough - from T&A Towers in the centre of Bradford it's onto the M606 and down the M1.

After roughly two hours and 12 minutes on Britain's backbone you'll want to head off at exit 15A to get onto the A43.

Thirty minutes on there, before leaving at exit 10 for the M40 where you'll stay for another 30 minutes until you leave at Junction 4 onto A4010 towards Aylesbury.

Final major turn is a left at the fourth roundabout you see onto Lane End Road, then straight onto the end of Hillbottom Road.


There's a large car park at the ground for £5 a pop and some of the nearby industrial units provide match-day parking for various prices.

But, be aware, it's a single road in and a single road out meaning traffic can be tedious when leaving.


You're going to have to set off early doors to get there in time for this one, considering a walk from the High Wycombe station to Adams Park takes just short of an hour.

Travel time on the train is around four hours and 45 minutes.

If you don't fancy the walk, there's a match day bus from the station at 1:05pm and 2:05pm - £4 for an adult return and half price for kids (under 12).


A tough one, considering the stadium is slightly out of the way.

Printkick Fan Zone: Close to entrance of the away stand and is closed exclusively to away fans if likely to exceed 1000.

The Hour Glass: About 15 minutes from the ground, this pub is probably the best option and is said to be normally OK with away fans providing they're not in big groups.

Others: There are a number of pubs in and around the train station, such as O'Neils and Yates.

NOTE: There is no cashpoint at the stadium, so fans are advised to bring sufficient cash with them. The nearest free cashpoint is at the Tesco store, around 10 minutes' walk away.

As part of each guide we will put to you a trivia poser about the side City will face, or their ground.

We'll start nice and easy this week.

Wycombe's shirt sponsor of four seasons, Beechdean, stepped down last summer but what iconic summer treat does the company sell?

Answer: Ice-Cream.