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Club Shop Reopening Again This Week

30 November 2020

The Fan Store situated in the corner of the Joe Royle Stand will reopen on Wednesday 2 December at 9:30am.

You can also still grab a bargain until tonight (Cyber Monday) at 11.59pm.

It includes FREE UK delivery on orders over £70, a massive 20% off on selected full price items on top of the ongoing upto 70% sale.

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Enhanced health and safety protocols will be back in place, with the Club Shop having strict social distancing guidelines to ensure a safe and clean environment for all.

There will be a one-way system throughout with supporters being asked to adhere to government guidelines once more and are asked, where possible, to pay by contactless which has now been increased in-store to the sum £45.

Whilst shopping you will have to wear a mask or face covering.

There will be a reduced number of people allowed in the store at any one time, with all being asked to sanitise their hands upon entry.

Floor markers have also been introduced throughout the store to help members of the public keep their distance. The shop will also be introducing more regular cleaning throughout the day which will include disinfecting high touch points such as the door handles, till areas and shelves.

The hours have been extended throughout December to allow fans more time to shop in the lead up to Christmas and avoid any large queues:

Day Time
Monday to Friday 9:30am-3:30pm
Saturday 9:30am-5:30pm
Sunday CLOSED

Specific Christmas hours will be announced later in December.

A reminder the online store can be accessed by visiting www.oafcstore.co.uk.

You may also contact the store direct on email info@oafcstore.com or telephone 0161 624 3538.

The address of the Club Shop is below with parking available directly outside.

Oldham Athletic Fan Store
Joe Royle Stand
Boundary Park (Off Hilbre Avenue)
Royton
Oldham
Greater Manchester
OL2 5BL

Please note, for home matchdays the Club Shop will be closed, like the Ticket Office, due to games being classed as behind-closed-doors and in order to prevent fans from travelling to Boundary Park and breaking local lockdown advice.


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