This Sunday Oxford United Women welcome back fans at Court Place Farm for the final fixture of the season against Nottingham Forest (1pm) and we’re asking fans to donate on the gate.
For the final game of our post-season friendly schedule, we are waiving our admission prices for tickets and instead ask you to donate to local charity Ronald McDonald House, who will have representatives collecting donations at the game.
It's two-for one as well: the Development Team will also be playing Moneyfields at 3:00pm at the same venue.
To come along and cheer on your Oxford United one last time this season on Sunday, book your free online ticket by CLICKING HERE. *
In February the Women were delighted to announce Ronald McDonald House as their back of shirt sponsor, so we’re proud to be able to support the charity once again this Sunday.
Ronald McDonald House Charities UK is an independent charity that relies on the continuous support and generosity of volunteers, fundraisers and donors to keep up to 6,000 families close to their sick children in hospital each year. They have been operating for over 30 years offering free ‘home away from home’ accommodation to families with children in hospital. Having a child in hospital is an unimaginable and stressful time for all concerned, so Ronald McDonald House Charities aim to ease some of the burden by providing a space for families to rest while their child receives treatment.
In April 2020 they opened a brand new 62 Bedroom House, replacing the 17 Bedroom facility that had operated since 2007. This purpose-built House supports families with children in the Oxford Children’s Hospital, the Critical Care Unit, and the New-born Care Unit.
Able to support 1,000 families each year with their 62 bedrooms, 8 kitchen areas, laundry facilities, day rooms and a wonderful enclosed garden, they operate every day of the year ensuring that families have somewhere to escape from the hospital wards and look after themselves.
So, for the final game this season, show your support for Oxford United Women by cheering on the team on Sunday while also helping to support a wonderful cause.
*Your online ticket must be presented at the turnstile, where you will need to scan the NHS track and trace app upon arrival. Details will be taken if unable to scan the NHS track and trace app, however we recommend fans to scan upon arrival to ease queue times.