Home of Oxford City FC

Since 1993

Capacity 3,500

Rating: 4.2

(400) Google Reviews

This is a great venue with a stadium style pitch and caged pitches. Other facilities are adjacent such as netball pitches but not sure if they are part of Oxford City
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a month ago
Watched Oxford City against Solihull Moors just before Christmas. Pretty average first but a very enjoyable second half. Unfortunately Oxford were on the wrong end of a 2-1 defeat and continue to be in a relegation battle. Liked the ground, mixture of seating and terracing, artificial pitch. I managed to get a space in the car park as I got there an hour before kick off. Excellent value for money as you could watch Oxford City ladies play a friendly before the men's game. One disappointing aspect was no Bovril at either of the two places that served hot drinks in the ground.
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6 months ago
Went as a neutral, and thoroughly enjoyed the day. Much more friendly than their neighbours, from across the city. Only disappointment was that the kiosk doesn't stock any souvenirs suitable for ground hoppers, other than mugs, hats, and scarves, which I didn't fancy, in August! Would have snapped up a t-shirt, but less keen on replica kit and training wear. Maybe next time?..
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10 months ago
Sightlines were very poor from the terraces and there were only a few programmes left at 1:50pm.
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4 months ago
Terrible ground. We won, so all forgiven Oxford. They have nice staff, and the security people were friendly and happy to chat
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5 months ago

History (from Wikipedia)

Oxford City play their home games at Marsh Lane, Marston, Oxford, Oxfordshire, OX3 0NQ.[6]

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