The Adams Park Years - 1990 to present
WWFC Following a move to Adams Park in 1990 Wycombe have enjoyed their most successful period in their history. Between 1991 and 1994 there were three victorious visits to Wembley and promotion to the Football League. Just ten years after the '91 Wembley appearance there was a remarkable run in the FA Cup that only ended at the Semi-Final stage.

These are links to those seasons right up to present day. Match report links are available for the vast majority of First Team games from the start of the 1996/97 season.
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1990/1991 - First season and victory at Wembley
1991/1992 - Goal difference rules out promotion
1992/1993 - Wycombe sweep the board
1993/1994 - Debut season ends with play-off success
1994/1995 - So close to Division One
1995/1996 - O'Neill gone - Smith arrives
1996/1997 - Smith sacked - Gregory saves the day
1997/1998 - Gregory to Villa - Smillie saves the day
1998/1999 - Smillie sacked - Sanchez performs a miracle
1999/2000 - Mid table in tenth season
2000/2001 - Mid table but what about the FA Cup!
2001/2002 - Good start but mid table again
2002/2003 - Going backwards but still in Division Two
2003/2004 - Sanchez out/Adams in but relegation
2004/2005 - Adams out/Gorman in but mid-table
2005/2006 - Tragic season plus Play-off defeat
2006/2007 - League Cup semi is highlight
2007/2008 - Play-off failure prompts Manager to quit
2008/2009 - Peter Taylor leads Wanderers to promotion
2009/2010 - Taylor sacked - Gary Waddock takes over
2010/2011 - Waddock leads Wanderers back to L1
2011/2012 - Wanderers relegated again
2012/2013 - Waddock out - Gareth Ainsworth in
2013/2014 - Ainsworth first full season in charge - last day escape
2014/2015 - Amazing turnaround ends in cruel play-off defeat at Wembley
2015/2016 - Wanderers end up 13th in L2 after bright start
2016/2017 - Wycombe try again in L2
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