Match guide: Wycombe Wanderers (H) – News

Ahead of the Sky Bet League One match with Wycombe Wanderers on Saturday, we are able to provide supporters with a guide to planning your visit to the LNER Stadium.

We ask supporters to show consideration for each other, players and club staff as we seek to keep everyone safe.

We encourage fans to get to the stadium as early as possible to allow people to enter in the safest way possible. Face masks are optional throughout the stadium.

If you have symptoms of Covid-19 such as loss of taste or smell, or a persistent cough, please stay safe at home and we hope you recover soon.

University of Lincoln Fan Village

A variety of different dining options will be available to supporters from 12:00 p.m. Sausage Grill, Curry Jacks, Love Coffee, the Yellowbelly Sausage Company and the Barbell Burger Co will all be on hand to provide their local delicacies.

A variety of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages are available. The Fan Village will also be open during half-time for people in search of food or drink.

The Red Imps Community Trust will be on hand to discuss their activities with fans, while the Lady Imps Supporters Association will also discuss their activities.

The Lincoln City Foundation will be hosting events for our young fans based at the Lincolnshire Co-Operative Stand community centre. As well as a range of activities such as table tennis and family fun board games, you’ll have the opportunity to play with your favorite team on Fifa 22.

There are free Premier League kicking sessions on the 3G pitch from 1pm to 2.30pm (trainers or molded cleats required, no metal cleats).


With this game being the middle of three out of eight games, we know the challenges the fans face every time. Share a selfie of yourself with us at the game on Twitter with the hashtag #ImpsSelfie and we’ll pick someone who makes it to all three games to win a signed jersey!

food court

There is a food court outside the Selenity Stand which is also available during half time. Hot drinks are available.


Tickets can be purchased at the box office prior to the match, but we strongly recommend purchasing online at

Traveling supporters can purchase tickets away – these must be purchased at the ticket office before the match.

Half Time Draw Tickets

Tickets are available at the stadium footprint entrances via Cross Street and Sincil Bank, as well as outside the box office and all hospitality areas.

To travel

Gold and Gold+ members can travel for free on Stagecoach services on match days.

For fans arriving by train, the LNER Stadium is a short walk (0.7 mile) from Lincoln Central.

The club is using a new traveling coach drop-off area on the South Common (LN5 8LN) – details of this will have been shared directly with the visiting club via our Supporter Liaison Officer.

Car park

Fans attending home matches at the LNER Stadium this season can park in the South Common car park (LN5 8LN) which is a short walk from the pitch.

It costs £5 per car and opens at midday before closing an hour after the final whistle. Payment at the door is available at this car park in cash and by card, but reserve your space online via remains the best way to guarantee your space.

There are a number of alternative parking options for supporters attending matches at the LNER Stadium this season – click here for details.

In addition to on-street parking, there are a number of paid car parks operated by Lincolnshire County Council. A discount of over 50% is also available to anyone using Lincoln Central Car Park on game day Saturdays using the QR code below.

  • Just £4.20 to park all day (a discount of over 50%)
  • Covers a 24-hour period from Saturday 9:00 a.m. to Sunday 9:00 a.m.
  • Activate the offer by scanning this QR code at the payment machine to get a discount


First-time visitors and travel enthusiasts

We warmly welcome new visitors to the LNER Stadium as well as traveling supporters. Check out our guide for everything you need to know to plan your visit.

Although we try to give as much information as possible in this guide and our new visitor information, we know that there may still be questions. Look out for our Here To Help team – they are stewards wearing high visibility red jackets – who are ready to help

Club News

Audio descriptive commentary now available

October 13, 2021

Audio descriptive commentary

The Imps provides a free descriptive audio commentary service for visually impaired fans. Helmets and receivers must be collected from the ticket office before the match (at the SLO point 12 p.m. to 2 p.m., then at the cash desks). Fans are encouraged to bring their own headphones where possible to minimize the amount of equipment needed to be shared – receivers have a standard auxiliary output. Anyone with questions about the service should contact Disability Liaison Heidi Langham at [email protected]


Club News

Help us save the match program

October 14, 2021


Our 64-page program includes an interview with recently signed John Marquis as well as updates from the director and general manager. There is also an analysis of the opposition, historical content and much more. Supporters absent from the match may order a copy of the program here.

Programs are available from vendors around the stadium as well as at the ticket office, with supporters being able to pay in cash or by card.

iFollow Imps

Audio commentary for this match is available in the UK, with live streaming available internationally – click here to find out the options where you are. Subscribers can receive audio commentary as part of their package. A monthly pass offers the best value, with live audio or video streaming (depending on your location), plus full match replays and access to full pre- and post-match press conference recordings.

Imp Rewards
Feeling peckish on the way to the game or after? Gold, Silver and Bronze members can log into their benefits portal to get a restaurant favorites card that gets you 9% off at top restaurants like Nandos, Pizza Hut and Zizzi’s.

Members can take advantage of deals throughout the week with discounts from companies such as JD Sports, Primary, FitBit, Samsung and Garmin.

Click here to login to the portal

Secure text number

We offer an anonymous secure text number for supporters to report any concerns about safety or inappropriate behavior and chant in or around the stadium. You can contact the secure text line on 07718 483367.

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