Tickets continue to sell well for our Carabao Cup tie at home to West Ham on Wednesday with space in some areas of the ground now starting to sell out.
With such a big crowd expected Park and Ride buses are available for the game.
The shuttle buses will run from Unipart on Garsington Road. The first bus departs at 5.45pm and then every 12 minutes until 7.33pm.
Return tickets are only £2 (£1 for Under 16s) but must be booked in advance from the ticket office or online. CLICK HERE
These are now available to print at home, or you can download them to your phone to use on the night, but please note that the last time they will be available is 7.15pm on Wednesday.
We strongly recommend that supporters use public transport wherever possible
There are a number of bus routes that drop off in close proximity to the stadium.
Oxford Bus Company
Service 3A and 5
1, 3, 3A, 12, 16 and 16A
The 1 and 5 routes operate every four minutes from the rail station and city centre to Spindlebury Close and Knights Road, which is just a five minute walk away.
The OX3 Football Special from Caterton, Brize Norton, Winey and Eynsham will operate as normal as will the OX7 from Kidlington, Summertown, Marston and Headington.
The new OX2 is however not licensed for evening games and will NOT operate.
While there are circa 2,000 free parking spaces at the stadium, these will undoubtedly be full before kick-off and will take time to clear at the end of the game so we are advising supporters to make alternative arrangements and plan your journey wherever possible.
The game would go straight to penalties in the event of the scores being level after 90 minutes.
We have been advised that parking enforcement officers will be working in the areas around the stadium – if driving please park legally to avoid getting a parking ticket and fine.
Please remember there is a resident only parking scheme (controlled parking zones) around the vicinity of the stadium which is in force on match days. These are in parts of Minchery Farm and Blackbird Leys West along with Frys Hill and Brake Hill in Greater Leys.
Bear in mind football fans will add additional vehicles onto busy roads during the normal evening rush hour around the ring road.
The turnstiles will open at 6.30pm
We are working closely with our friends at BBC Oxford who will be providing up-to-date traffic news throughout the evening up to kick-off and we will also have traffic and parking updates on the official Twitter feed: @OUFCOfficial