United's game v Fleetwood is Oxford United's annual Military Day
Saturday 5th April will be Oxford United’s annual Military Day as The U's take on Fleetwood.
Fans will be able to take part in a number of activities put on by the Army. Oxford United are delighted to work with the Army to showcase all the positive reasons to join. Activities on the day will include;
• Take on ‘The Power Bag Challenge’
• Pistol Gallery
• Waterloo Band
• EOD Bot display
• Seven Rifles Vehicles
• More announcements to come!!
Oxford United are showing a real commitment to this game by offering the following discounts;
• Buy one get one free in the East Stand
• 1 Adult and 1 Child for £10 in the South Stand Lower
These offers are available online at www.oufctickets.co.uk
or by calling the ticket office on 01865 337533
Show your support towards the military and to Oxford United.
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