Oxford United fans get the chance to see the entire playing squad tomorrow when the U’s play two away games at Oxford City and Hampton and Richmond Borough.
Karl Robinson’s squad make the short journey to Court Place Farm for a 12.30 kick off and then kick off at Hampton at 4pm in the second game of the day. Half the squad will play at City, the other half at Hampton.
The plan is for the team at Oxford City to be subbed by the under-23 side with 20 minutes to go, while the team at Hampton will be replaced by the under 18s at a similar stage, therefore allowing the senior players to get 70 minutes game time and for Karl Robinson, who will be at both matches, to see the entire playing squad in one day.
Cameron Brannagan is likely to be involved after recovering from a virus but Rob Hall sits the games out again, with his return pencilled in for the end of next week.
Whether you are going to just one game or to both, it’s a great way to see the U’s in action and the details for both matches are as follows:
Oxford City v Oxford United
Saturday 14th July 2018
Venue: Court Place Farm, Marsh Lane, Marston,Oxford,OX3 0NQ
There is limited car parking by the clubhouse although there is a big car park by the community area which is situated right in front of you as you drive towards the ground.
OAPs, (proof of age may be required)
Registered Disabled (Stadium parking for blue badge holders - please advise in advance)
Students : £3.00 (upon production of valid student ID)
Under 16s: FREE (proof of age may be required)
Hampton & Richmond Borough FC v Oxford Utd
Saturday July 14th 2018
Beveree Stadium, Beaver Close, off Station Road, Hampton, TW12 2BX
Kick Off 4pm.
£7 for adults
£5 for concessions
£1 for under 16s and under 5s enter free.
Details, along with directions, can be found through www.maps.google.co.uk using the
postcode TW12 2BX.
Supporter parking will be provided on the adjacent training pitch.
We will have live commentary on the Oxford City game in iFollow, although it has not been possible to arrange this for the game at Hampton.
You can follow the game on twitter via @OUFCOfficial and there will be reports on both games right here on the final whistle, with reaction from the key men in IFollow.