Oxford United known as 'The U's', play their football in League Two and their home games at the Kassam Stadium in Oxford which holds over 12,000 people. Playing in an all yellow kit they are supplied by Nike and sponsored by Bridle and they consider Swindon Town, Reading and Wycombe Wanderers as their main rivals. The club have been champions of the Southern League on several occasions and they famously won 1986 League Cup beating Queens Park Rangers 3-0 in the final.
United play their home games in strip of all yellow. The yellow Oxford shirt has a chequered history as the club went from old fourth division to old first in just 20 years, won the League Cup in 1986, but then dropped down the leagues and out of the football league to the Conference, they are the first team that has won a major trophy to drop out of the football league.
Oxford United complete their kit range for 2016/17 by unveiling their all-new Starter Clothing away shirt. After recently releasing their latest home shirt, the League One club have now added their away kit to their collection which uses trademark yellow as trim accents upon the predominantly dar [...]
Newly promoted League One club Oxford United unveil their all-new Starter Clothing home shirt for the exciting season ahead. After an impressive campaign last term of gaining promotion, Oxford United now hope to establish themselves within League One where they'll pull-on their latest home shirt [...]
On the back of their new home kit, League Two side Oxford United have officially launched their new away kit for the 2015-16 season. Launched as Subbueto characters, the all new away shirt for the O's is made in-house and uses the same kit template as the brand new home kit [...]
League Two outfit Oxford United have officially launched a "brandless" home kit for the 2015-16 season. The new home kit for the Us is made "in-house" and pays tribute to the 30 Year Anniversary of the 1986 League Cup Final where the club beat Queens Park Rangers 3-0 which is the club's only majo [...]
League Two outfit Oxford United have officially released their new home and away kits for the 2014-15 season. Supplied by Avec, the new home shirt for Oxford United features the club's trademark yellow colour while a new dark blue band is seen across the chest [...]
Oxford United were formed as amateur club Headington in 1893, who were elected to the Southern League and became professional in 1949. In 1960 the name was changed to Oxford United. The 'U' as they are called play their home games in the Kassam Stadium in Oxford with a capacity of 12,500.
Ron Atkinson holds the record for the most number of appearances with 559 and Graham Atkinson holds the record for the most number of goals with 107.