OXFORD United season-ticket holders have snapped up every available space for Tuesday's clash with Blackpool.

After mapping out a Covid-compliant seating plan, the club confirmed that everyone who entered the ballot, which closed at 9am yesterday, will be able to attend the game. 

The Kassam Stadium is capped at 4,000 people for the Sky Bet League One play-off semi-final first leg (6pm), including players, staff, stewards and more. 

United set up an unweighted one-off ballot for season-ticket holders and have confirmed no further seats will be available.

The U's are now sending out tickets to the lead booker for each application.

It is the first time fans have been allowed back in the Kassam Stadium since December, due to Monday's easing of coronavirus restrictions. 

No more than 2,000 supporters attended the three games earlier this season, meaning the Blackpool clash will be the biggest crowd at the ground since February 2020.

The second leg is at Bloomfield Road on Friday (7.45pm)