Oxford United’s search for a new home will gather pace in the next month with further meetings with stakeholders plus a series of engagement events where residents of Kidlington and the surrounding areas can meet with the key people behind United’s plans to kick off in a new home stadium in 2026.
Today saw another key meeting where Tim Williams and Niall McWilliams addressed an informal cabinet meeting. The club has been asked to fulfil seven requirements for the transfer of the land identified as the best potential site for the new stadium, the ‘Triangle’ of land near Oxford Parkway Station. Tim Williams gave the presentation below:
Now we are asking fans to help us show the huge support that the club has for this project.
‘Stand United’ is the message and we need to show just how vital a new home is to us all.
All we ask is a few seconds of your time that could make all the difference.
Find somewhere quiet, point a phone at yourself and record a landscape video where you say ‘We Stand United”.
Then upload it to socials with #StandUnited as the Hashtag and tag us @OUFCOfficial. If you don’t want to do that then you can email it to us firstname.lastname@example.org
Tag the club’s social channels in to make it easier to trace, or replay to the messages on all our channels.
EVERY MESSAGE HELPS