PREVIEW: Oxford United travel to Exeter City

Oxford United head into their final regular season game of the campaign away to Exeter City on Saturday in Sky Bet League One (12.30pm) with the play-offs on everyone’s minds.

With United level on points with sixth-placed Lincoln City, and Barnsley a point ahead in fifth, a draw or win at St James Park could see the U’s head into the semi-finals next weekend.

We wish the 1,134 travelling Oxford United fans a safe journey to Exeter, and we hope we are all heading back up the road with the play-offs secured.


Captain Elliot Moore missed the 1-1 draw with Stevenage last week and it’s still unclear whether he will return for this fixture.

Elsewhere, the manager has a fully fit squad ready and available for selection, with the likes of Cameron Brannagan and James Henry returning last week they are fit once again.

Watch a full interview with the manager as he looks ahead to the Exeter City game and answers your fan questions.


Exeter City may only be in 12th place, but they are one of the in-form sides in the league and remain undefeated in their last nine games.

Managed by former FA Cup winner with Wigan Athletic, Gary Caldwell, City have picked up their form of late and won their last fixture 2-1 away to Northampton Town.

The last meeting between the sides was in September in Oxford, with the U’s winning 3-0.


Tickets for this fixture are completely SOLD OUT, with no tickets on sale. 

There will be no tickets available on the day and supporters should not travel without a ticket.

For supporters without a ticket who are looking to purchase one, please be cautious. We are noticing a high amount of potential scams online, so do tread with caution. 

Ticket upgrades will be available on the day should fans wish to upgrade a child ticket to an adult


Exeter City’s away supporters' guide can be found here:

For fans travelling to the game by rail directly to the stadium, there is an additional service on offer and fans should check the rail times before leaving. 

London Road Travel

Kassam Stadium pick up: 7:30am prompt

Redbridge Coach & Lorry Park pick up: 7:40am



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The Firoka Group of Companies have introduced parking restrictions at the Kassam Stadium and Leisure Park. Parking Eye, a system similar to the one in operation at the Express by Holiday Inn and the Hampton by Hilton hotel, is now in use at The Kassam Stadium.

Oxford United supporters travelling on the London Road Coaches to away matches will no longer be able to leave vehicles in the Kassam Stadium car parks. However, parking bays are available along the length of Grenoble Road – supporters are advised to leave additional time to park and walk back to the relevant bus stop.

Vehicles cannot be left on site overnight.

Full details will be displayed on signage at the Stadium and Leisure Park.



You can watch the whole game live in iFollow in the UK or see if it if you are overseas. CLICK HERE to buy a match pass.

Follow the game on @OUFCOfficial on X and we will have a full report and gallery right here on the final whistle.


The U’s will adorn the famous yellow strip tomorrow as they travel to the South Coast. Secure your threads today by CLICKING HERE

Getting to St James Park

Full details on how to get to St James Park can be found HERE.