Accrington Stanley Football Club ACCRINGTON STANLEY
Ground: The Crown Ground,
Livingston Road,
Lancs, BB5 5BX
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Tel: 01254 356950
Websites: Official
Accrington Web
Media BBC
Getting there
By Car: (approx 207 miles from HW)
M40 west from Wycombe and then after 75 miles join M42 (signposted The North). Join M6 and continue to junction 21A (s/p Leeds, Bolton, Manchester). After 10 miles leave M62 at junction 12 and join M60. After 7 miles exit at junction 18 to join M66 (s/p Bury, Burnley). At end of motorway continue on A56 then after further 2 miles take 1st exit at roundabout onto A680. Continue on A680 for 3 miles before turning right into Livingstone Road. Check for specific or more detailed directions. Also see the Away fans guide from the official Accrington Stanley website.
Train: Nearest station is Accrington.
Check for specific times and connections of trains.
Chairboy Connections
Players who have played for both Clubs include the following:

Indicates player profile available

Martin Blackler - Former Swindon Town midfielder (nine apps in the early 1980's) who made 72 appearances for Wanderers during a three and a half year spell following a move from Trowbridge Town in August 1988. A well liked player from the Loakes Park days and also played a number of significant games under Martin O'Neill at Adams Park - including scoring a great goal against Peterborough in the FA Cup in December 1990. Left Wanderers in February 1992 for Southern League Wealdstone and later returned to Trowbridge Town before a stint with Accrington Stanley, then in the Northern Premier League.

Joe Jacobson - Former Stanley defender who moved to Wanderers from Shrewsbury Town in the summer of 2014. Had his first spell at Accrington on loan from Cardiff City in 2006 and returned four years later after time with Oldham Athletic and Bristol Rovers. Scored against Wanderers in Stanley's 2-1 victory at Adams Park in February 2011.

Przemyslaw Kazimierczak - Polish goalkeeper who had a brief loan spell at Wycombe during the 2007/8 season while on the books of Bolton Wanderers - his only appearance being the 2-0 defeat to Swansea City in the Football League Trophy on 9th October 2007. Had previously made eight loan appearances for Accrington during February and March 2007. Joined Darlington in January 2008 on an eighteen month contract following his release from Bolton. Later played on loan at Whitby Town and had a short term contract at Oldham Athletic before returning to play in Poland.

Ron Keirnan - Defender who made two League appearances for Wanderers during the 2010/11 season while on the books of Watford. The Republic of Ireland U19 and U21 international also played on loan for Yeovil Town and Bradford City while with The Hornets before joining Premier League side Wigan Athletic in the summer of 2011. Having failed to make the Wigan First Team, made three loan appearances for Stanley in March 2012 but his spell was cut short due to injury. Later played on loan at Burton Albion, Brentford, Southend United and Birmingham City, before signing a two year deal with Glasgow Rangers in the summer of 2015.

Peter Murphy - Midfielder who joined Wanderers on a two year deal in the summer of 2014 having turned down a new contract offer from Stanley. The Liverpool born player joined Accrington at the age of 16 and made his First Team debut in April 2008. He went on to make 176 apps, scoring 18 times before opting for the move to Adams Park. In his first season with Wanderers he scored ? goals in ? apps, plus a successful strike in the penalty shoot-out defeat to Southend in the 2015 'League Two' Play-Off Final at Wembley. However, opted to move back up north to Morecambe in the summer of 2015.

Jordan Mustoe - Defender who made three appearances for Wycombe on loan from Wigan Athletic during the second-half of the 2013/14 season. Had previously had loan spells at Barnet, Morecambe and Carlisle United. Also had a further loan spell with Morecambe before a permanent move to Accrington Stanley in August 2014 - making four First Team appearances before being released from his short-term contract. Played for Belgium club Westerlo afte his brief spell with Stanley.

Folo Onibuje - Striker who had a brief spell at Wycombe during the 2006/7 season - making just one start. Went on to have brief spells at Shrewsbury and Macclesfield before joining Stanley at the start of the 2008/9 season - however made just four substitute appearances before being released by Manager John Coleman after just a month. Went on to play non-League football with sides including Weymouth, Woking, Grays Athletic, Southport and Boreham Wood.

Les Thompson - Left back who made ten appearances on loan for Wanderers during the 1992/93 season while on the books of Burnley. Originally played for Hull City before signing for then Football League side Maidstone United. Joined Burnley in the summer of 1992 and following his loan time at Wycombe eventually became a regular as The Clarets won promotion to the second tier (Division One) in 1994. However, he was released before the new season and moved down to non-League football with Accrington before later spells with Nelson and Clitheroe.

Matt Whichelow - Winger who played on loan at both Wanderers and Stanley in 2012 while on the books of Watford. Made four appearances for Wycombe, scoring on his debut in a 2-1 home victory over Tranmere on 4th February 2012. His time at Stanley came at the start of the 2012/13 season, where he also made four appearances before returning to The Hornets. Also made two loan appearances at Exeter City in 2011/12 season. Released by Watford in February 2013 and eventually moved to non-League football with Boreham Wood.

Other player connections include:
Janoi Donacien, Jason Mooney, Paul Smyth and Elliot Parish
Chairboys all-time record against Accrington
Sat, Sep 30, 2006 FL3 A L 1-2 2,243
Sat, Jan 20, 2007 FL3 H D 1-1 5,884
Sat, Aug 11, 2007 FL3 H L 0-1 4,179
Sat, Feb 2, 2008 FL3 A W 2-0 1,200
Sat, Oct 25, 2008 FL3 A W 1-0 1,217
Sat, Jan 31, 2009 FL3 H W 2-1 6,166
Sat, Sep 4, 2010 FL3 A D 1-1 1,610
Sat, Feb 19, 2011 FL3 H L 1-2 3,747
Sat, Dec 15, 2012 FL3 A W 2-0 1,050
Fri, Mar 29, 2013 FL3 H L 0-1 4,577
Sat, Nov 2, 2013 FL3 A D 1-1 1,268
Sat, Feb 8, 2014 FL3 H D 0-0 3,073
Sat, Dec 20, 2014 FL3 A D 1-1 1,325
Tue, Mar 17, 2015 FL3 H D 2-2 2,621
Wed, Mar 16, 2016 FL3 A D 1-1 1,403
Sat, Apr 30, 2016 FL3 H L 0-1 4,041
Tue, Aug 16, 2016 FL3 H D 1-1 2,747
Tue, Feb 28, 2017 FL3 A D 2-2 1,045
Tue, Nov 21, 2017 FL3 A L 0-1 1,119
Sat, Apr 21, 2018 FL3 H L 0-4 6,178
Tue, Nov 27, 2018 FL2 A W 2-1 1,740
Tue, Mar 12, 2019 FL2 H L 1-3 3,819
Tue, Sep 17, 2019 FL2 H D 1-1 3,566
Sat, Aug 7, 2021 FL2 H W 2-1 4,551
Sat, Feb 26, 2022 FL2 A L 2-3 2,242
Tue, Sep 13, 2022 FL2 H W 1-0 3,704
Tue, Feb 14, 2023 FL2 A W 2-0 1,900

The Football League game on Saturday 30th September 2006 was the first ever meeting between the two clubs at any level.
The meeting on Saturday 15th December 2012 was the lowest crowd to that date (1,050) to watch a Wycombe Football League game since Wanderers won promotion in 1993.
There was subsequently an even lower crowd on Tuesday 28th February 2017, when 1,045 was the recorded attendance.
FL3 = Football League Division Three/'League Two'
FL2 = Football League 'League One'
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