OXFORD United have confirmed they will have a new shirt sponsor next season after their deal with Singha ended.

The Thai firm got on board in 2018 in an arrangement which was described as for "at least two years".

But issues selling the beer at the Kassam Stadium and the impact of the coronavirus pandemic generally have contributed to Singha's decision not to extend the arrangement.

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Witney-based IT firm Lan 3, who played a big role in kitting out the training ground building, are also moving on.

United are hopeful of tying up a new main sponsor shortly.

Chairman Sumrith 'Tiger' Thanakarnjanasuth told the club's website: "Both companies’ time as commercial partners comes to an end but they remain our friends.

“At the same time we have some exciting new partners who we look forward to welcoming to the Oxford United family and working with very soon.”