SEASON tickets for Oxford United’s return to the second tier of English football will go on sale tomorrow morning, the club has announced.

The U’s are set to play Sky Bet Championship football, a return to the second tier, for the first time in 25 years, following their play-off final victory against Bolton Wanderers.

Season tickets will be available for renewal and on general sale from 10am tomorrow morning, via online only, before becoming available via phone from 10am on June 10.

Early bird prices for existing season ticket holders start from £335 for adults (family stand), while the most expensive adult season tickets are priced at £560 for the premium south stand supper seats.

East stand season tickets are priced at £359 for adults, with north and south stand lower tickets costing £450, while season tickets for the south upper will cost £500.

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The early bird window closes at 3pm on July 5, while the deadline to save your seat is 3pm on July 12.

Fans will also have the opportunity to spread the cost of a 2024/25 season ticket across up to 10 monthly instalments via Direct Debit.

Blue Light Card holders meanwhile can purchase a ticket in the south stand lower from the discounted rate of £240. To receive the discount, supporters will need to present a valid Blue Light Card at the ticket office.

Season ticket holders can take advantage of a series of benefits, including 10 per cent off at the club shop, a welcome pack with exclusive merchandise, the option to buy half price tickets for two designated home Championship games, monthly prize draws, and free home shirts for children aged 10.

Those renewing their season ticket should ensure their season ticket fan number is linked to their Yellows account, the club have said.

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The Championship season starts on the weekend of August 10/11, with fixtures set to be released at 9am on June 26.

The 46 rounds of Championship matches will take place across 33 weekends, nine midweeks and four bank holidays. The regular league campaign will end on May 3.

Josh Murphy’s first half brace helped United beat Bolton at Wembley, with his first effort taking a nick off Ricardo Santos to deflect into the top corner, while the finish for his double was sensational, as he found the net from a tight angle.

For more information about season tickets and pricing, visit the U’s club website.

Details for season-long hospitality packages will be released shortly, but to register an interest, email

Information regarding season tickets for Oxford United Women will be announced at a later date.