Oxford City Play Their Football At Court Place Farm
The facilities really aren't good at all. The stadium itself can only hold up to 3,000 people, with 450 of those seated. The surface itself is synthetic, which is very uncommon in English football but more common in Eastern Europe where cold and wet weather can be an issue. There is no under soil heating, as you could imagine, and the stadium is currently in very poor condition. The stadium needs to be redeveloped/replaced if the club is to make any significant strides. At least the pitch is in 'perfect' condition, which is only a very minor consolation.
The rest of the facilities couldn't get much worse, in truth. A very low standard of training and youth facilities will certainly hinder the training performances and development of our playing staff, while our poor junior coaching and youth recruitment establishments mean we cannot expect too high a quality of annual youth intake. This is a huge shame because the ability to develop players in-house is one of the most invaluable assets to have in football. We don't have that at Oxford City. We have very little to offer in this regard.