The Causeway Stadium will be the venue for Wasps' quarter-final battle with Gloucester on April 11.
This season, Wasps won two of their three Pool matches at the Causeway. Perpignan (28-7) in Round 1, and Calvisano (46-13) in Round 6 both left the High Wycombe stadium empty handed, the Celtic Warriors being the only side to come away with a win (17-12) in Round 3
Commenting on the deal, London Wasps Chairman and owner Chris Wright. said, "I'm pleased that we have reached an agreement with Wycombe Wanderers Football Club (WWFC). The Causeway Stadium will be our home for at least another season. I've spoken to the players and staff and they are happy to be staying. We realise there are congestion problems around the area and we are continuing to source alternative parking and seek to improve access"
"The club has done exceptionally well since moving to High Wycombe, especially, with work done in the local community and of course our success on the field. Therefore we are staying and trust the fans will continue to support us".
WWFC Chairman, Ivor Beeks said, "I am delighted that London Wasps are to continue playing rugby at Causeway Stadium. It's good for Wycombe Wanderers, it's good for High Wycombe and I believe it's good for London Wasps. They've successfully established a new home here and this decision confirms that Causeway Stadium and the partnership with Wycombe Wanderers works well for them. We have developed a great relationship with London Wasps over the past two years and I'm sure that this will continue right through next season and hopefully beyond."
With regards to the future, Wright, said " Sometime during the next 12-months, it's our intention to make a decision about where we will play our rugby for the longer term".