OXFORD United opted to freeze season ticket prices as a gesture of gratitude for an underwhelming campaign, says managing director Niall McWilliams.

Seats have gone on sale today for what will be boss Karl Robinson’s first full campaign in charge.

McWilliams said: “We want to reward the fans for their loyalty this season. 
“We know we haven’t had the best season and we just want to say ‘thank you’ for supporting us.

“We’re starting to get back to the old Oxford United way of playing – fast, flowing, attractive football. 

“We’re positive that will continue into next season.”

The cheapest adult price in the East Stand is £330, while children under seven go free in the family section of the North Stand.

United are also introducing a membership scheme which will see the 5,000 existing season ticket holders receiving a £10 voucher to spend at the club.

Supporters renewing by the end of June will receive another £10 to spend at the club shop, book soccer courses or claim a discount on season tickets for Oxford United Women.

The U’s say their #OX4Life scheme has been revamped and will focus on increasing the chances for younger fans to get closer to the players and coaches.

For the full price list, visit United’s official website.