Adams Park: Reading Women to share Wycombe Wanderers' home

Adams Park
Adams Park will host top-flight women's football in 2016

Women's Super League club Reading will play their home matches at Wycombe Wanderers' Adams Park from next season.

The Royals won the WSL 2 title in 2015 and were promoted to the top flight.

Farnborough previously hosted Reading, but their groundshare agreement was not renewedexternal-link after negotiations between the clubs fell through last month.

Adams Park, which hosted a Women's FA Cup semi-final last season, was the home of Rugby Premiership side Wasps before their move to Coventry in 2014.

Reading's men's Under-21 side currently play some of their matches at Adams Park too.

The Royals have signed a two-year deal to play all their home WSL, FA Women's Cup and Continental Cup games at Wycombe when the new season kicks off in March.

"Adams Park is a superb facility with a fantastic pitch and a great place for Reading Women to establish themselves," general manager Jon Horton said.

League Two Wycombe have been based at the ground since the 1990-91 season.

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