English League One football club Wycombe Wanderers has entered into a multi-season partnership with ABM Catering.

The Warwickshire-based company will serve as Wycombe’s new provider of catering services at all kiosks and outside stadium concessions at Adams Park.

The partnership is designed to further enhance the match-day experience at Adams Park, which has a capacity of 10,000.

ABM Catering already holds partnerships with other football clubs such as Stoke City, Barnsley and Carlisle United.

Wycombe’s general manager Michael Davies said: “As we keep growing attendances at Adams Park with more and more supporters coming through the gates, it is our aim to continue to improve the supporter experience for everybody who visits us.

“After a long period reviewing our services and what we need, I am delighted we have secured this step forward. We have worked hard in improving standards and I believe we can now kick on and benefit from the expertise, knowledge and reputation of ABM Catering through our profit-sharing agreement.

“The team at ABM stood out from the rest of the market and we are very much looking forward to the partnership and continuing to develop the provision of our catering services offered to supporters.”

Paul Smith, stadia director of ABM Catering, added: “Adams Park is a fantastic stadium and we’re excited at the opportunity to help deliver improvements in the quality of food and efficiency of service on match days.

“From our discussions with the club so far we have been thrilled to learn more about its loyal and proud fan base and we look forward to getting to know their supporters over the coming weeks, months and years.

“We have learned a lot from our partnerships with other clubs in the EFL and are confident that bringing that experience to Wycombe Wanderers will help us make significant improvements to the club’s catering offering.”

Wycombe currently sit 16th in League One after six games of the 2018-19 season.

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