Kassam Stadium
Kassam Stadium
Full name Kassam Stadium
Owners Firoka Group
Location Grenoble Road
Oxford OX4 4XP
Built 1997
Opened 2001
Tenants Oxford United (2001-present)
Capacity 12,400
Field dimensions 112 x 78 yards
Surface Grass

The Kassam Stadium (also known as Grenoble Road) is the home of Oxford United Football Club, and is named after the ground's owner and former chairman of the football club, Firoz Kassam.

The Kassam Stadium currently hosts League One (third tier) games although Oxford were relegated to Division Three (fourth tier) the season before the new stadium was built and were further relegated to the Conference National (fifth tier) in 2005–06. The club was previously based at The Manor Ground from 1925 until the opening of the Kassam Stadium in 2001.


The car park at the stadium is limited as it is shared with the local Vue cinema and other attractions but a nearby overflow car park is ready to compensate for busier times.

Thames Travel offer special matchday buses to and from the stadium at selected points around the city at various times before and after kick-off.

External links

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Adams Park · Bloomfield Road · Crown Ground · Fratton Park · Gigg Lane · Highbury Stadium · Kassam Stadium · Keepmoat Stadium · Kingsmeadow · London Road · Memorial Stadium · New Meadow · New York Stadium · Pirelli Stadium · Portman Road · Prenton Park · Priestfield Stadium · Roots Hall · Sincil Bank · Spotland Stadium · St Andrew's · Stadium MK · Stadium of Light · University of Bolton Stadium

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