Wycombe Wanderers Unveils 2023 Training Kit Featuring Landways Sponsorship

New training kit for the 2023/24 season for players of Wycombe Wanderers FC at Wycombe Training Ground, High Wycombe, England. Photo by Andy Rowland.

Wycombe Wanderers Football Club is proud to announce the release of their 2023 training kit, showcasing a long-standing partnership with Landways, the club’s infrastructure and technology partner. Landways’ sponsorship will prominently feature on the club’s training shirts for the upcoming season.

Since 2021, Wycombe Wanderers and Landways have forged a strong partnership, highlighting Landways’ support through advertisements and providing access to exciting matchdays at Adams Park. For the 2023 season, Wycombe expressed a desire to further strengthen this partnership by displaying the Landways logo on the club’s training shirts, and Landways eagerly embraced this opportunity.

Michelle Coffman, Operations Director at Landways, stated, “This change in sponsorship demonstrates the close alliance between Wycombe Wanderers and Landways, perfectly representing the commitment, flexibility, and support on offer between Landways and our customers. We are pleased to continue our partnership in an additional manner.”

Neil Peters, representing Wycombe Wanderers, shared his excitement, saying, “We are thrilled to have Landways’ sponsorship on our training shirts this season. When we approached Landways about the change, they quickly turned around a decision, and the logo looks great on the sleeves.”

Landways’ sponsorship originally stemmed from a ten-year digital and power infrastructure-as-a-service deal signed in 2020. This agreement encompassed the delivery and ongoing operation of transformational high-performance Wi-Fi, crystal-clear digital audio, and real-time surveillance systems, all powered by Landways’ energy-efficient DC microgrid and full-fibre infrastructure. Read more about the Adams Park project.

The partnership between Wycombe Wanderers and Landways reflects their shared commitment to excellence, innovation, and providing fans with the best possible audio and Wi-Fi experience at Adams Park.

The training shirts are available to order online now through the Wycombe Wanderers Football Club online shop https://www.wwfcshop.co.uk/

About Wycombe Wanderers 

Wycombe Wanderers plays in League 1 of the English Football League. It plays its home games at Adams Park, a 9,500-cWycombe Wanderers plays in League 1 of the English Football League. It plays its home games at Adams Park, a 9,500-capacity stadium in High Wycombe, which has been its home since 1990. Previously owned in full by its Supporters Trust from 2012-19, the club received investment in 2019 from majority shareholder Rob Couhig, an American businessman, who now owns 75% of the club, with the Trust retaining 25%. With proud roots within its local community and a growing appeal worldwide, the club has made great strides on and off the pitch in recent times.