London Wasps v Bath Rugby has always been a big fixture in the calendar and the rivalry will be renewed at Adams Park this weekend.
Tickets are available from just £20 each for Adults and £15 for concessions.
Alternatively, you could sign up for match packages of 3, 6 or 10 games with our Bronze, Silver or Gold Memberships.
To secure your place call 0844 225 2990 or book online here.
The main gates will open on Sunday at 11:30am and the Stadium itself will open at 13:30.
The bowl will open to all supporters at 14.15.
Once the gates are open, a wide range of food and drink outlets will be available in the Supporters Village at the end of the car-park. A match-day DJ will be entertaining the crowds before and after the game!
Before the game make sure you also try out the EMC Fastest Pass Challenge! Situated in the Supporters Village before each Wasps match at Adams Park. Wasps’ main sponsors EMC, invite all fans to see how fast they can pass a rugby ball using the same cage, which Joe Simpson used to set a world record of 48mph!
The London Wasps club shop will be selling a selection of London Wasps merchandise including the new London Wasps home and away shirts.
The Club Shop will also be open from noon. The Shirt Hub will also be open in the Supporters Village from 12:30pm.
London Wasps official merchandise is also available online and in the Eden Store, High Wycombe, Monday to Saturday 9.00am – 5.30pm and till 6.00pm on Thursday or via Mail Order on 0870 428 7910 Monday to Friday 10.00am to 4.00pm.
Please take note of stadium approximate Q&A timings for this Sunday’s match against Bath.
Pre-match Q&A sessions will be held in the Match-day Restaurant (13.50) Woodlands (14.05) and the Vere (14.20)
Post-match Q&As will also be held in the Vere Suite (approx 17:00pm), and in the Marquee (approx 17.00pm). Times subject to change.
The match-day programme will be on sale around the ground for £3. The new-look programme for the 2011/12 season is packed with news and features from around the club. This weekend’s issue features an interview with Club Captain, John Hart, club news from the past week, a head-to-head player quiz between Rob Webber and Dom Waldouck, and a feature, which gives you an exclusive insight into the daily schedule of Doug Jones, London Wasps’ Head Physiotherapist.
Traffic is usually very heavy around Adams Park on matchdays, and drivers should expect delays. Supporters are recommended to use our FREE Park & Ride and Train & Ride services to reduce congestion around the stadium.
The Park and Ride services will begin at noon. Buses run from High Wycombe train station and the Cressex Park and Ride facility, near Junction 4 of the M40. The buses run on a circuit and will pick supporters up approximately every 20 minutes until 20 mins prior to kick off. Both services will then begin again on the final whistle. There are car parks available right along Hillbottom Road which open at 11am. Car-parking costs from £5. The car parks close two hours after the game ends.
London Wasps will also reward any car arriving 2 hours prior to kick off, travelling with 4 people in the vehicle, FREE car parking for the day. This FREE parking offer has been extended to motorcyclists with a passenger who arrive 2 hours prior to kick off.
After the time of 2hrs before then full cost will apply.
Take advantage of this on the day simply arrive at the check point or entrance to the Artisan Car Park BEFORE the deadline with a car of 4.
Directions from London
Join M25 and head for J16 M25/M40. Join M40 and head to J4/A404 High Wycombe. Leave the M40 at Junction 4 and take the A4010 exit (John Hall Way, signposted Aylesbury). FREE Park and Ride is signposted on your left 200 yards from the roundabout. To get to Adams Park please follow the BROWN tourist information road signs showing a soccer ball.
Directions from the West
M40 to J4 M40/A404. At Junction 4 take slip road and turn left, then take first exit for A4010 (John Hall Way). FREE Park and Ride is signposted on your left 200 yards from the roundabout. To get to Adams Park please follow the BROWN tourist information road signs showing a soccer ball.