Oxford United: Club Profile

Our record against Oxford United could be better. A lot better in fact; winning just two of our first 15 meetings with them. And some of the defeats have been heavy. There was a 5-1 humiliation at home in 2015. Oh, and a 6-2 thrashing indoors in the Football League Trophy back in August 2017. But that one doesn’t really count.

The Facts

Oxford United: Record vs Boro'


* league points only

Oxford United: Result-by-Result (Boro' Scoring First)

Tuesday 29 August 2017

Friday 25 March 2016

Saturday 31 October 2015

Saturday 31 January 2015

Saturday 20 September 2014

Tuesday 15 March 2011

Tuesday 15 February 2011

Tuesday 30 March 2010

Saturday 22 August 2009

Saturday 28 March 2009

Saturday 20 December 2008

Monday 24 March 2008

Monday 27 August 2007

Saturday 03 March 2007

Saturday 02 December 2006


Players For Us... and Them

Ben AbbeyProfile
Jerome AndersonProfile
Jon AshtonProfile
Damien BattProfile
Michael BlackwoodProfile
Dannie BulmanProfile
Canice CarrollProfile
Mitchell ColeProfile
Jamie CookProfile
Lee CoxProfile
John DreyerProfile
Robert DuffyProfile
Wayne DyerProfile
Mark E'BeyerProfile
Phil EdwardsProfile
Howard ForintonProfile
Luke FosterProfile
Armand GnanduilletProfile
Phil GrayProfile
Simon HeslopProfile
Pat HobanProfile
Ray HoughtonProfile
Elliott JacksonProfile
Tony JoyceProfile
Jefferson LouisProfile
Tyrone MarshProfile
Craig McAllisterProfile
Jack MidsonProfile
John MousinhoProfile
Robbie MutchellProfile
Eddie OdhiamboProfile
Yemi OdubadeProfile
Rob QuinnProfile
Justin RichardsProfile
Neville RoachProfile
Tim SillsProfile
Jamie SlabberProfile
Gary SmartProfile
Kieron St AimieProfile
Jude StirlingProfile
Ross WeatherstoneProfile
Simon WeatherstoneProfile
Rob WildProfile
Phil WilsonProfile
Andy WoodmanProfile
Harry WorleyProfile

Oxford United Ground Information

Away Fans’ Stand

North Stand

Ticket Info

Facilities for Disabled Fans

Pre-Match Pints

There aren’t any pubs near the ground, which is a problem. You can try the bowling alley next door to the stadium, however.

Oxford United Travel Information – Distance: 70 miles

By Road

For the trip to Oxford, we’re going to take what should be the fastest route. Be aware, however, that a more direct route can be taken across country via Hemel Hempstead should you wish. This one will take you along the M25 and onto the M40; obviously it could be a traffic hotspot and something to watch for here.

At Junction 7 of the M40, come off and turn left for  the A329. You’ll reach a roundabout after around 4.3 miles. Here, you want the second exit to stay on the A329. After going past the BP garage on your left, follow the road round to the right and onto the B480.

Just under four miles later, you’ll come to a succession of roundabouts. Go left and take the first exit at the first of these for Grenoble Road. Go over the next three roundabouts, staying on Grenoble Road. The Kassam Stadium is shortly after the third of these and on your right hand side.

Tools: AA Route Planner | Highways Agency


The club’s own car park has capacity for 2,000 cars on a first-come-first-served basis at no charge. If a big crowd is anticipated, this car park can get full very quickly as you may expect. But there is an overflow at the rear of a nearby cinema.

By Rail

Station: OXFORD

Oxford station is four miles from the Kassam Stadium, so you’re not going to be walking this one. You can catch bus number 5 from the station to Knights Road, which is a five-minute walk from the ground. There are other routes available too – but it might just be easier for you to see what the Us say about them.

Tools: National Rail | TfL Journey Planner