The buzz is back as Oxford United welcome Bristol Rovers on Saturday.
It’s the first home game for three week and a fresh start as Derek Fazackerley takes charge for the first time at home. One of the biggest crowds of the season is expected for this one as United look to make it a double after a 1-0 win at Rovers earlier in the season.
Todd Kane, Ashley Smith-Brown, Rob Dickie, Cameron Brannagan and Isaac Buckley-Ricketts all joined the U's during the transfer window. A dramatic last-minute win at the Valley last Saturday means that United can't wait to welcome the Gas.
The away area sold out last week and the ticket office has been busy all week as fans book their place.
The support from the Yellow Army at the Valley was magnificent so be part of the action again this weekend:
Youngsters: Meet players and enjoy the games and activities in the Family Room from 1.30pm
Older fans: Roll back the years and meet Milk Cup winning coach Ray Graydon in the restaurant, where we have just learned that Paul Moody will also be dining with us.
Everyone: Grab that yellow scarf, sing your hearts out for the lads and be part of the action.
Visit oufctickets.co.uk or call 01865 337533 to book your places as Oxford United take on the Pirates.
There are a handful of places left in the restaurant: call 01865 337503 or 337513 to book.
To help you enjoy the day even more here are a few key points to remember:
Be on the Database
Due to the sold-out away end we need to check that everyone in the home areas is an Oxford fan. Most supporters will be, but we advise booking in advance to avoid any potential queues on the day when checks will be made to confirm that those paying at the ticket office are on the database. If you are paying on the day then allow a little extra time while checks are made.
There are 2,000 free parking spaces at the ground and for this game the East Stand car park will be open earlier than usual, at 11.30am. Please park in the correct bays. OUFCOfficial will tweet when that car park is full.
The barrier at the back of the North Stand will be in place before and after the game meaning that fans cannot walk along from one end of the ground to the other behind that stand. Elderly fans or those with mobility issues should seek assistance from an orange-coated steward.
There's a kit sale on now with home shirts greatly reduced. Pop in, grab a bargain, and get behind the U's.