OXFORD United have released season-ticket details for the 2022/23 campaign.

Supporters who paid the general sale price for 2021/22 will see their seat cost the same amount in all areas of the Kassam Stadium if they renew by 3pm on Monday, June 6.

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General Sale will then launch at 1pm on Tuesday, June 7, at which point season tickets will be available to the wider fanbase.

In 2021/22, United recorded an average home league attendance of 8,463 – their highest since moving to Grenoble Road in 2001.

United MD Niall McWilliams said: “I think the fans have been wonderful this season.

“We’ve had record attendances at the Kassam, which obviously reflects the style of football that we play.

“I don’t think anyone in the whole country plays more entertaining football than us and the statistics play that out.

“The fans have played a major part in record attendances and record commercial sales.

“We’re really proud of the progress the club is making off and on the pitch and next season is big for us in both of those areas.”

The most expensive adult season ticket renewal at the Kassam Stadium in 2022/23 will cost £500, in the South Stand Upper Premium section.

The cheapest seats will be in the East Stand at £329, £1 less than an adult ticket in the North Stand family area.

Those prices rise by £30 when purchased on general sale.

The cost can be spread over four to ten months through the V12 finance scheme at 0 per cent interest.

United have announced that season tickets will be digital unless fans opt in to having a physical card during the sales process, which would cost a further £10.

Meanwhile, the 1893 Club will not return for 2022/23, but a premium lounge option will be available as an add-on to a season ticket. More details will be revealed before the end of the renewal period.

More information on how to buy and register your interest are available here.