Happy Christmas & a Merry New Year!

No training tonight ...training and the league programme comences the first week of January....enjoy Christmas and lets look forward to a successfull new year! A happy Christmas and a Merry New Year to you, your families and friends!!!



In the last game before Christmas, Wycombe Town FC visit the National Sports Centre at Bisham, Sunday, to play Hare & Hounds in a Premier division match. Tonight a chance to pep up your fitness before the game with training and every Wednesday, at Wye Valley School, Astroturf pitch, meeting at 7.20 for a 7.30 start. All players existing and new are welcome!!!



With Wycombe Town FC's Premier league match with King George V frozen off, it was 'Towns' youth team who took center stage!
Wycombe Town AFC’s met old adversaries Blackstone Kites in a Cup Match on Sunday. ‘Kites’ were always going to provide stiff opposition and a competitive game, especially in the frosty conditions. With ‘Town’ improving as the season has progressed, they were still chasing that elusive first win, the game started well with ‘Town’ in full flow, moving the  ball quickly through the opposition with neat passing and dynamic wing  play. After intense pressure from ‘Town’ forcing six or seven corners and many scoring chances, Greg O’Hara finally popped up to powerfully head the first goal to make it 1-0 at half time.  Blackstone Kites were right back in the game as the second half started, scoring almost straight from the kick off to even the score. That seemed to create a spark for ‘Town’ and attack after attack followed, eventually the pressure counted and Dan Mason weaved through their defence and slid the ball left footed past the goalkeeper. ‘Town’ continued to press and it paid off again with O’Hara getting his second to make the final score 3-1 and book ‘Towns’ place in the next round with a well deserved win. Both teams should be congratulated on trying to play good football in difficult conditions



Wycombe Town FC travel to the Wycombe Rye to play King George V, in a Premier Division game this Sunday, 2nd November, with a 10.30 kick off time.


Disappointing Loss!

Wycombe Town FC visited Shelly Road to play Masters in the Premier division and disappointingly lost 9-1. Top of the league Masters played some excellent football and an improving Town found them hard to contain. 'Town' had their chances but could not get the ball into the net, apart from a 'goal of the match' shot scored by 'Town's' current 'top shot' Liam Holder. Training continues at Wye Valley School Astroturf on Wednesdays 7.20 meet for 7.30 start, existing and new players welcome..see you there!!!.


'Horse Race Night!'

Wycombe Town FC 'Horse Race Night', at the Happy Union, High Wycombe, 7.30 start on Saturday 1st December, everyones welcome...come on down and have a flutter, it will be a real fun night!!!


Wycombe Town FC travelled to Holmer Green to play FC D&B in a Premier Division match. 'Town' started well playing good passing football and producing telling through balls to create some good shooting chances. FC D&B who were tending to rely on the counter attacks, were always in the game and also created some good scoring opportunities. On one of many 'Town' attacks, they built the play well and Simon Bochenski found Micheal Butcher with a great through ball and 'Butch' slotted the ball past the keeper into the net to make it 0-1 at half time.

The second half followed the pattern of the first and was very even with both sides creating chances and defending well, midway through the half FC D&B managed to get a goal back to make it 1-1 and both side had late chances to win the game. 'Towns' Richard Smale made a fantasic save and Paul Godwin cleared off the line, 'Town' could also have wrapped it up late on when they had a couple of 'one on ones' with the FC D&B keeper who manged to get the ball away.



Wycombe Town FC Training continues this Wednesday and every Wednesday, at Wye Valley School, Astroturf pitch, meeting at 7.20 for a 7.30 start. All players existing and new are welcome!


11th November 2012

Wycombe Town FC played Hare & Hounds at Holtspur in the Premier Division, it was a difficult game for 'Town' who are building their playing squad after a difficult start to the season. Hare & Hounds dominated large parts of the first half and went in at half time 3-0 up. 'Town' started the second half in a much better way, passing the ball around they got a goal back from Darren Larkin to make it 3-1 and could have had more, Hare & Hounds relied more on counter breaks in the second half and scored two more in this way to win 5-1.


Sunday 4th November

Wycombe Town FC's next match on Sunday 4th November, sees a visit from Italia Unita to Holtspur. With the return of several 'old Town regulars' to play the  'developing new faces of Town', it should be an interesting game. 


Youth share points!

Result : Naphill Youth 1 v Wycombe Town AFC Youth 1

On Sunday with the majority of Wycombe Town AFC Youth still only 16, they came up against high flying Naphill, an experienced youth side of virtually all 6 ft plus 18 year olds and creditably came away with1-1 draw.

In the first half the boys passed the ball well and took the lead with a typical piece of intricate play allowing Greg O'Hara to coolly slot the ball past the Naphill keeper. The pitch was heavy and began to cut up but ‘Town’ stuck to their task and tried to play slick passing football. Naphill sent wave after wave of long balls over the top, but ‘Town’ defended resolutely and turned every defence into an attack. Naphill had a slight piece of luck which handed them an equaliser but a change of tactics allowed ‘Town’ to put pressure on the opposition goal and only their keeper kept the score at 1-1. Late on a closely called offside disallowed goal would have given ‘Town’ victory but they had to settle for a well-deserved draw.

Training every Wednesday!

Wycombe Town FC Training continues this Wednesday and every Wednesday, at Wye Valley School, Astroturf pitch, meeting at 7.20 for a 7.30 start. All players existing and new are welcome!



Result : Wycombe Town FC 1 v FC Beaconsfield 1

An improving Wycombe Town side started well and gave FC Beaconsfield a few scares early in the first half; playing some neat passing football they created several chances. With a few new faces in the line up, ‘Town’ moved the ball well and on one driving attack down the left, Steve Perry crossed a great ball which Liam Holder met with a flying header which powered in to the net. FC Beaconsfield began to get back into the game and equalised to make it 1-1 at half time.

 In the second half the game continued evenly matched, with each team squandering chances and 'Town' could wrapped it up in the last minute, when they broke away but the shot squirmed past the post and they had to end up sharing the points.


Wycombe Town FC vs FC Beaconsfield

The season continues on Sunday the 21st October, with a home game @ Holtspur, against FC Beaconsfield, in the Premier division, 10.30 kick off.



Wycombe Town FC training resumes this Wednesday, 17th October, at Wye Valley School Astroturf, Bourne End, meet at 7.15pm all players welcome!


News Update !!

With no game this week, 'Town' will need to regroup for their next game which is in the Berks & Bucks Intermediate Cup on the 14th October.

Wycombe Town FC vs Masters

Result : Wycombe Town FC 3-12 Masters

On Sunday, Wycombe Town lost 12-3 to a very strong Masters team who currently sit on top the Premier division.

Not an unexpected result, 'Town' who were under pressure from the start, still tried to play good football and although Masters dominated large parts of the game, 'Town' kept going 'till the final whistle and managed to score three goals from Liam Holder, Michael Butcher and Darren Crane and came away from the match with a great deal of credit.


Chinnor Exiles vs Wycombe Town FC

Result :  Chinnor Exiles 1 Wycombe Town FC 2

Wycombe Town FC finally got their Premier Division season underway with a good win 2-1 away to Chinnor Exiles . Facing the wind 'Town' came under pressure from Chinnor early on but defended well and began to impose themselves on the game, playing some good free flowing, passing football 'Town' went close several times in the first half untill Liam Holder finished up a well worked move to slot the ball home to go in 1-0 at half time. 

The second half Chinnor were relying on counter attacks with 'Town' having more of the game, Chinnor gained a free kick just outside the penalty area, which managed to squirm its way through a knot of players and past an unsited Richard Smale to make it 1-1. 'Town' defended well and after several attacks Micheal Butcher combined well with James Hall who fired home 'Town's' second goal to claim all 3 points.


Town Victorious

Town triumph in close battle with Chinnor Exiles
RESULT:  Chinnor Exiles 1-2 Wycombe Town FC

Match report to follow..........



After a frustrating few weeks for Wycombe Town FC...'Town' have reorganised and decided to run only one team this season in the High Wycombe Sunday Football Combination league. 'Town' will start their delayed Premier league programme with an away trip to Chinnor Exiles FC, on Sunday 23rd September. Training continues on Tuesday at Handy Cross Astroturf starting at 6.30pm, all existing players and all new players are welcome.

Youth Kick Off!

Wycombe Town AFC Youth kick off their first season in the South Bucks Youth League last Sunday playing in the away red kit, it was an interesting game with a steep learning curve, the lads played some good football and hit the woodwork and went close several times but eventualy lost the game.



News update......Training continues on Tuesday evenings, starting at 7pm, at Gossmore Playing Fields, Marlow, everyone welcome......Wycombe Town Reserves play a pre-season game at Bisham Abbey on the evening of Thursday 16th August, against Saunters Wood FC......the First Team have a pre-season game at Holtspur, on Sunday 19th August, kick off at 10.30 am, against FC Cressex.



Wycombe Town FC started their pre-season matches Cressex Astroturf, with a game against Seer Green FC who are newly promoted to Division One. It was a good starting point for 'Town' who had several regular players away so had a few new faces on show. Playing neat passing football, 'Town' cruised to a 6-1 win with Boxer Nicol scoring 3 goals, Delroy Howell with 2 and Chris Paget also got on the score sheet. Both the first, second and youth teams will be in action again soon.



Wycombe Town youth team squad are making an early start to next season and are now training on a regular basis.     

Any players under 18 who qualify for youth football and are looking for a team to play for in the coming season are welcome to come along and join in the preseason training.



Wycombe Town FC are looking towards the future and have introduced a youth team, they will play under the Wycombe Town AFC name and will play in the South Bucks Youth League. The boys have been successfully playing junior football together for the last few seasons within the excellent AFC Lightening FC organisation and have now with Wycombe Town FC's association, created a path for players to travel from junior, through youth into senior football. This will provide an ongoing route for players to develop and play in the Wycombe Town teams of the future, the teams will also share facilities and organisation etc including training where the Youth players will train with the senior players.



Magnolia Park
Valley Road, Hughenden Valley, High Wycombe, HP14 4LA
Bank Holiday Monday 4th June,
Tickets £10 adults, £5 Children Under 16, under 6 free.
5pm start, 6pm BBQ, 7.30pm Players Awards 

'Everyone is welcome to come along and celebrate a fantasticly successful year for the club'



Wycombe Town FC signed off their season by being in probably one of the best Challenge Cup Finals in a long time, a real nine goal thriller. Masters FC started really quickly and raced into a 2-0 lead within 15 minutes and before 'Town' had really got going, scoring two outstanding goals. 'Town' had to dig in to get back into the game and they did just that, scoring three top class goals through and unstoppable free kick from Rikki Gilbert, a Chris Paget power drive and powerful well placed header from Michael Butcher to go in at half time 3-2 up. 

In the second half, although 'Town' saw a lot of the ball, it was Masters who got the goals in the end and were well deserved winners 6-3. They will be good additions to the Premier Division next season and we look forward to our league games together in the future. 'Town' have had a fantastic season winning the Premier Division without loosing a game, winning the Chesham Charity Cup, reaching the semi-finals of the Berks & Bucks Intermediate County Cup and with the Reserves winning Division 2.