OXFORD United have outlined the rules fans must follow when they return to the Kassam Stadium on Saturday.

The U's will be watched by 1,000 supporters against Hull City in their first home game in front of a crowd since February.

United have released a Covid-19 code of conduct which tells fans the measures they must take before, during and after the Sky Bet League One clash.

This includes wearing a face covering at all times unless consuming food or drink, including in the stands.

Supporters must also avoid contact with people outside of their social bubble and cannot approach players or coaching staff. 

Turnstiles will open at 1.30pm with entry procedures in place and fans are asked not to congregate or loiter in the concourse, where no food or drink will be sold.

During the game, supporters must not throw the ball back to a player if it is kicked into the stand as it must be sanitised first.

The club have also reminded fans to 'maintain safe distances to other supporters' when celebrating goals.

Supporters must remain in place after the match and will be asked to leave a few rows at a time, while anyone who enters the concourse from 85 minutes onwards will not be allowed back in their seats.

The guide adds: "We know that we are all living in challenging circumstances and appreciate your patience, support and co-operation as we all learn and go through the new matchday process."

If Saturday's trial is successful, 1,500 fans will be able to watch next Tuesday's Papa John's Trophy clash with Forest Green Rovers.

The first 1,000 tickets were meant to go on sale this morning, but this has been delayed due to essential maintenance on the Ticketmaster system.

The full list of measures are available at oufc.co.uk.