Oxford United kick off their new Sky Bet League 1 campaign with a trip to Barnsley on Saturday (3pm)
United have eight new faces in the squad after a busy close season for Karl Robinson.
Cameron Norman, Tony McMahon, Luke Garbutt, Samir Carruthers, Marcus Browne, Gavin Whyte, Jamie Mackie and Sam Smith all trained as the squad moved north to St George's Park yesterday and will be hoping to be selected in the opening eleven.
United have come through pre-season without any injury worries and have the added boost of captain Curtis Nelson and winger Rob Hall returning from long-term injuries which kept them out of much of last season.
See Karl, Curtis, Simon Eastwood and Cameron Brannagan all previewing the game, along with the Preview Show all in iFollow right now.
United will be wearing their brilliant new blue away kit for the first time on Saturday. Available in all sizes, be part of the Yellow and Blue Army...
Over a thousand tickets have been sold already, with four London Road coaches booked. Please note that you save money by buying in advance.
The ticket details are as follows:
Saturday 4th August | 3pm | Sky Bet League One | S71 1ET
Tickets are no longer on sale online but are available from the ticket office and on the phone (01865 337533) until 3pm on Friday 3rd August. They can be collected at the Kassam Stadium on Friday or from Barnsley on match day.
Over 65: £16
U12*: £5 (when purchased with an adult ticket)
*Only available in advance, not on the day of the match
On the day prices
All concessions: £18
London Road Club coaches
Depart: Kassam Stadium 9.30am; Kidlington Sainsbury’s 9.45am
Adult member: £21
Adult non-member: £23
U18 member: £19
U18 non-member: £21
U14s must be accompanied by an adult; no alcohol is permitted on the coaches
Tickets are available from www.oufctickets.co.uk or from the ticket office by phone (01865 337533) and in person.
FOLLOW IT LIVE
iFollow has the whole game live - hear it if you are in the UK, see it if abroad. You can sign up game by game or for the whole season, and we have full 90 minute reruns of every game.
Overseas fans- we will have full commentary from our friends at BBC Oxford synced to the live video stream for the very first time. A word of caution - although there has been plenty of testing this will be the first time this has happened across the entire EFL and syncing audio and video feeds is a massive task. A small army of technicians is on standby to make sure things go well but bear with us- sound and vision are not due to be paired until shortly before kick off.
@OUFCOfficial will be tweeting throughout the game and the match centre on this site gives you full stats and text commentary throughout the match.
The official report goes live with a full gallery right here on the final whistle.