OXFORD United fans have snapped up tickets for Saturday's clash with Hull City.

The U's made 1,000 seats available for the pilot fixture, which signals the return of fans to the Kassam Stadium for the first time since February.

Some United supporters reported issues selecting seats, which went online at 10am.

The club tweeted: "We are aware of the frustration around the availability of tickets and the online process and will review these steps.

"This is the only league fixture where supporters will be required to claim tickets."

Fans could select up to six tickets at once, but only if they were all for season ticket holders who are in their social bubble.

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United originally only made paper tickets available, but confirmed this morning they were offering e-tickets and ones that could be printed at home.

No Hull fans are allowed to attend the match and all stands will be open.

If Saturday's pilot is successful, the U's will be able to allow up to 2,000 supporters in for future home fixtures.

United announced today that 1,500 fans can attend the Papa John’s Trophy second round clash at home to Forest Green Rovers next Tuesday.

Tickets will be available on Wednesday.