Oxford United Women
Court Place Farm
From the South: From Newbury, travel North along the A34 towards Oxford, taking the turn for Oxford United Away Supporters at Redbridge Roundabout onto the Ring Road heading towards London (East). Follow the Ring Road over 5 roundabouts until you come to the Green Road/McDonalds roundabout which signposts London and M40 East. At this roundabout, go straight over towards Banbury and Northampton (North). Along this stretch of by-pass, a fly-over is visible – as is the ground – turn left and follow the directions to Court Place Farm Stadium.
From the East: Coming into Oxford from the M40 Junction 8, follow the A40 dual carriageway towards Oxford. Take a right turn (3rd exit) at the Green Road roundabout (McDonalds on your left) towards Banbury and Northampton (North). Follow this stretch of dual carriageway, after one mile turn off at the first junction underneath the fly-over signposted to Marston – following big yellow JR signs (for John Radcliffe Hospital). Turn left again at T junction immediately after leaving the dual carriageway. At the next T junction 100 yards later, turn right into Marsh Lane. After 100 yards, look for the small green Court Place Farm Stadium signs and turn left before reaching the houses. After leaving Marsh Lane, turn immediately left and follow a single approach road towards the Stadium which is located in the far corner of the site.
From the North: At the North Oxford roundabout, travel towards London M40 on the Eastern by-pass and turn off at the flyover, the ground is visible here to the left as you go over the bridge.
There are two free car parks on site that can be used by all supporters visiting Court Place Farm.
The main car park is located outside the Community Arena and the external 3G pitch. To reach this car park, turn left immediately when you turn into the site and follow the road until you reach the car park.
If this car park is full, you can park in the car park that is located at the entrance to the site. Once you turn off the main road into the site, you will be able to see this directly in front of you.
Oxford station is just under 3 miles from the ground. From here, you have a few options: get a taxi, walk into the centre of Oxford and catch a bus, or walk.
Walk: Google Maps walking directions from the Oxford station to Court Place Farm can be found here.
Bus: X13 caught from Stop G3, St Aldates, Oxford. If you are not familiar with the area, you can follow Google Maps walking directions here from the station to the required bus stop. Ask the driver for the Cherwell Drive stop, or to simply advise you when you’re as close to Court Place Farm as possible.
Once you have exited the bus, it’s a short walk to the ground. Again, directions can be found here.
Oxford United Women tickets
TBC for 2020/21
Official website: oufc.co.uk/women
The ground is comprised of a main stand which has 520 seats and two terrace stands. It has a clubhouse serving food, as well as a fully-stocked bar, called 1882, which has 3 TV’s showing live sport and a pool table.
The clubhouse serves a selection of hot drinks and food including burgers, bacon rolls and sausage rolls. There are also sweets, crisps and soft drinks available.
The 1882 bar offers a good selection of draught and bottled alcoholic drinks, as well as spirits. You are welcome to take alcoholic drinks outside to enjoy while watching the match.
Dogs are permitted within the ground.