OXFORD United fans will be able to buy cut-outs of themselves for the home leg of their Sky Bet League One play-off semi-final.

The U's 'Fans at the Game' initiative, in partnership with The Football Company, allows supporters to pay £25 to ensure a small part of them is in the stands for the clash with Portsmouth on Monday, July 6.

United have already announced that the first cut-out will be of Andy James, known as 'Womble', who died last October after following the club home and away for many years.

Supporters trust OxVox uploaded the loyal U's fan's image and he will be the first to take his seat.

OxVox’s Ali Wolfe told the club's official website: “Womble was there, home and away, for years and years and his connection with the club was typical of the one that so many fans have.

"The Fans at the Game idea is a brilliant way of showing support and being at the game in some manner and we hope fans really get behind it, just as they get behind the team every week.”

The cut-out can be uploaded and bought at the Fans at the Game portal on United's official website, with supporters also receiving an e-programme and commemorative e-ticket.