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OXFORD GROUND GUIDE

31 October 2013

A look at the home of this weekend's opposition

Kassam Stadium


Telephone: 01865 337 500

Website: www.oufc.co.uk


Capacity: 12,500

Average 2012/13 Attendance: 5,955


Tickets: Tickets for Rovers' trip to Oxford will remain on sale until midday tomorrow. 

Tickets are priced at £19 for adults, £15.50 for students with an NUS or in full time education, £11.50 over 65 and U16s, and free for U7s.  

The match is not all ticket, but prices will rise by up to £2.50 on the day of the game.


How To Get There: Leave Bristol by the M32 and join the M4. At junction 13 take the A34 exit Oxford/Newbury. The stadium is quite well signposted from the main routes into Oxford, with brown football signs pointing the way.The stadium can be found in between the Oxford Science Park & Blackbird Leys Estate. From the A423 Ring Road, take the A4074 towards Reading. After the roundabout with Sainsbury's on one corner, take the left turning sign posted Cowley/Wallington/Oxford Science Park and you eventually come to the ground on your left. 


Parking: There are 1,600 car parking spaces at the stadium itself, which are free. However, the car parks tend to fill up fast, so try and arrive early if you can (at least 75 minutes before kick off). 

SatNav: OX4 4XP


Duration: 1 hour 31 minutes

Distance: 84.7 miles


Away Facilities: Away fans are housed on one side of the North Stand, towards the open end of the ground. This stand is usually shared with home supporters, but is sometimes entirely handed over for away support. The facilities within and pitch view are excellent, and the atmosphere within the ground is not bad, considering one end is completely missing.


Last visit: Rovers’ last visit to the Kassam was in February this year.Lee Brown (pen) and Eliot Richards both netted to secure three points for the Gas.


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