We hope you’re looking forward to our away trip to Wycombe Wanderers on Saturday, August 27th.

Here are a few details that may help you plan a great away day at Adams Park.

Supporters collecting tickets are advised to arrive as early as possible to ease pre-match queuing. Away ticket collections will be available from 12.30pm.



  • Charlton have been allocated 1,846 tickets for the game at Adams Park.
  • To purchase your tickets, please click here.
  • Tickets will be available to purchase from The Valley's Ticket Office until 1pm on Friday, August 26th.
  • Any remaining tickets will be available to purchase from Wycombe Wanderers' Ticket Office on the day of the game.


  • Adult: £26
  • Over 65: £23
  • U25: £21
  • U22: £19
  • U18: £15
  • U12: £6
  • The stadium is card only.

Disabled supporters

  • Ambulant Disabled: Available at the relevant price and the helper goes free. 
  • Wheelchair Bays: Six bays are available at the relevant price and the helper goes free. 
  • Contact Charlton’s Ticket Office to book a disabled space. 
Travel Options

Valley Away Coach

Coach One pick-up points

  • Larkfield: 10.20am
  • Gravesend: 10.45am
  • Dartford: 11am
  • Bexleyheath: 11.15am
  • Charlton: 11.30am

Coach Two pick-up points

  • Bromley: 10.50am
  • Eltham: 11.15am
  • Charlton: 11.30am


  • High Wycombe railway station is around two and a half miles away from the ground.
  • To reach the train station, supporters should depart from London Marylebone.
  • There is a brand new bus service direct to Adams Park from the station to the ground on matchdays.
  • The service will run with one 70-seater vehicle departing the station (bay X3) at 12.45pm, 1.30pm and 2.15pm, priced £3.
  • Return journeys will run at 5.15pm and 6pm.
Where To Park
  • Street parking is available if you arrive early and there may be parking at Millbrook School on Mill End Road one mile from the stadium if you get there early enough.
  • Postcode for SatNav: HP12 4HJ
Where To Drink
  • There is a marquee outside the Troo Stand which has a bar for away supporters.
  • The nearest pub to the stadium is The Hour Glass, about a 15 minute walk from the ground.
Where To Eat
  • Traditional football ground food can be bought from inside the ground.
  • There is a Tesco Express about a 15 minute walk from the stadium.
  • Away fans are situated in the Troo Stand.
  • There is no matchday programme available at the stadium.

We hope you found this Away Day Guide useful and would love to know how we can continue to improve your match-going experience when following the Addicks. Please let us know your comments and thoughts by sending emailing

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