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Tickets and travel: Oxford (A, 30/03) - SOLD OUT

Follow the Chairboys to the Kassam Stadium.

6 March 2019

Tickets are no longer on sale for the Chairboys' visit to Oxford United on Saturday 30th March (k.o. 3pm).

Wanderers sold out their total allocation of around 1,800 tickets for the fixture and there are no more available.

Pre-booked tickets can be collected from Adams Park before 5pm on Friday, or from the Kassam Stadium from 1pm on the day of the game.

There is free car parking for 2,000 vehicles on a first come first served basis at the stadium. Free parking is also available along Grenoble Road adjacent to the stadium. Supporters are warned not to park illegally on double yellow lines, adjacent grass verges or in residential areas covered by residents permit scheme.

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By Adrian Wood


Using the car? These are the recommended road directions
From Wycombe take the westbound M40, exiting at junction 8 taking the A40 towards Oxford. The stadium is well signposted, with brown football signs pointing the way. At the Headington roundabout (with McDonalds on the left) bear left onto the Oxford Ring Road (A4142). Continue over the Cowley flyover and go straight on at the Littlemore roundabout. At the next roundabout (with Sainsburys on the left), take the left turning (signed Reading / Oxford Science Park) onto the A4074. Keep following the brown football signs and you eventually come to the ground on your left.

Mileage from High Wycombe = 29 (approx. journey time 40 minutes)

Recommended area for car parking
There are plenty of FREE car parking spaces around the stadium and at the adjacent Ozone cinema and bowling alley complex. They do tend to fill up quickly so arrive in plenty of time. As expected, it can take a time to exit after the match. Free parking is also available along Grenoble Road adjacent to the stadium. Supporters are reminded not to park illegally on double yellow lines, adjacent grass verges, or in residential areas covered by residents permit schemes.

Travelling by coach?
OWWSA will be running a coach that will leave Adams Park at 13.00. Travel prices are £11 for adults, £10 for seniors, and £9 for juniors. The price for on-members is £16 (no refund if game is cancelled and the coaches have left their depot). Non-members are required to pay at the time of booking their seat.  If you wish to book by phone (Rena 01494 520179, Graham 07876 267301) or by e-mail ( you need to do so by Thursday 28th March at 5pm. If booking by email please make sure you receive an acknowledgment.   

Using the train?
This is certainly not recommended as Oxford railway station is over four miles away. If you do end up at the station (or in the City Centre) you can catch Oxford Bus Company Service, Number 5 (or Stagecoach service Number 1) that run to Knights Road in Blackbird Leys Road. This is just a short walk from the ground. The service runs every five minutes. The journey from the station to the stadium usually takes around 30 minutes.

Facilities for away fans
The ground capacity is 12,500 (All seated). Away fans are normally housed on one side of the North Stand, towards the open end of the ground. This stand is shared with home supporters. The facilities within the stadium and the views of the playing action are excellent, and there is also good leg room. The atmosphere within the ground is not bad, with the home fans in the Oxford Mail Stand doing their best to raise it.

Spare time on your hands?
The adjacent ‘Priory' pub closed a few years ago and there is a very limited choice of bars near to the stadium. One possibility is ‘The George’ at Littlemore just off the ring road (not far from Sainsburys). The stadium is about a 10-minute walk away. Meanwhile there is a cinema and bowling alley complex located adjacent to the stadium, called Ozone. Inside the bowling alley there is a bar, which also has SKY TV and a fast food outlet. Traditional pubs in walking distance (20-25 minutes) of the Kassam Stadium are the Catherine Wheel and the Kings Arms in Sandford-on-Thames. Otherwise alcohol is also served within the ground.

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