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Kassam Stadium has been a League ground for 14 seasons;
from July 1st, 2010 to the current day ,
from July 1st, 2001 to June 30th, 2006 .

Kassam Stadium was the 196th
ground to be used for a League game.

Current Capacity 12,500

Year opened 2001

GROUND HISTORY adapted from "The Ultimate Directory of English & Scottish Football League Grounds"
Constructed on the site of a redundant sewage farm and opened in 2001, the Kassam Stadium consists of single tier all-seated cantilever roofed stands on the north and east sides and a twin-tier all-seated cantilever roofed main stand on the south. The west end was left undeveloped and at the start of the 2004/5 season it had an all-seat capacity of 12,500 with a pitch size of 112 x 78 yards.

GROUND DETAILS adapted from "The Extreme Groundhoppers Guide"
Ground address: Kassam Stadium, Grenoble Road, Oxford, OX4 4XP
Main phone number: 01865 337 500
Ticket office: 01865 337 533
Ticket prices: Adults Ł16, Over 65's/Under 16's Ł9.50, Under 7's Free if taken in by adult and purchased the day before the game.
If driving to ground: From the North take the M40 to Junction 34 take the third exit and follow the A34 down to the Sign for Ring Road A423 and at Spring roundabout take the first exit, from all other directions take the M4 to junction 13 and follow the sign for A34 North up to Oxford and exit at the sign for Oxford A4144 and at the roundabout take the third exit for A423. The stadium can be found in between the Oxford Science Park & Blackbird Leys Estate. From the A423 Ring Road, go straight on at the first roundabout then take the second exit at the second roundabout onto the A4074 Reading Oxford Science Park & Blackbird Leys Estate. Just after Sleaford on Thames take the left turning sign posted Cowley/Wallington/Oxford Science Park and follow Grenoble Road and you eventually come to the ground on your left. There are 2000 car parking spaces in and around the stadium itself, which are free. However, the main car parks tend to fill up fast, use the additional car parking spaces are now available at the Ozone cinema and bowling alley complex adjacent to the stadium
If using Public Transport: Oxford railway station is over five miles from the ground it’s a 1 and half hour walk from the railway station walk across the road then right into Hollybush Row passed the Shopping Centre and walk down this soon becomes Thames Street after the shopping Centre at the end of the road turn left into Abingdon Street cross the Thames river and start walking straight on then cross over the road and after about a mile and half turn left into weirs lane it soon becomes Donnington Bridge Road at the end turn right into Rose hill road to Eastern By Pass Roundabout cross over watch traffic from the right then the left then walk into Littlemore and take the first left down Oxford Road till you get to a mini roundabout then take a right down Sanford Road past the George Pub (have a rest and a cool pint) walk past the hospital and the bridge over the A4074 and continue into Sanford on Thames and stop in the Catherine Wheel put your feet up and have a quite pint from there it’s a 18 minute walk to the ground by walking down the Stanford Road till you get the red house at the end of Stanford on Thames on the left then take the first left into Grenoble Road walk under the bridge to the roundabout and take the first right the ground is in front of you in about 200 yards You can get the Oxford Bus Company Service, Number 5, from Oxford Railway Station (use bus stop R2) or walk up to Turf Street which is 10 mins away and get the local Heydrian 116 to Catherine Wheel Pub there it’s a 18 minute walk to the ground by walking down the Stanford Road till you get the red house at the end of Stanford on Thames on the left then take the first left into Grenoble Road walk under the bridge to the roundabout and take the first right into Grenoble Road the ground is in front of you in about 200yards The 106 bus from Thames Travel for Watlington departs the station forecourt a few yards left of the main entrance to the station at 12:30pm and runs every hour It drops you off right outside the Main Stand, and picks up again from the same stop between 5 to 5.15pm don’t miss it its 6pm for the next one
YOUR COMMENTS login then click here to add or edit your own comments about Kassam Stadium
Comment left on Wednesday, January 22nd, 2014 at 16:02
Parking: The car-parks at the ground are free and there's lots of space. We parked in Y3, which is at the end of the away stand. Only issue is the queues getting out of the car-park afterwards.
Eating: Have been twice and both times went to the Chinese restaurant in the complex next to the bowling alley. Their all-you-can-eat buffet for around Ł15 is great value. Excellent food and better than anything inside the ground. Show your match ticket and get 10% off.

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