< 1991/92 >

Barclays League Division 2 (Second Tier)


Kit Manufacturer:

Matchwinner

Sponsor:

Unipart



League Position:

21st

FA Cup:

Forth Round

League Cup:

Second Round



Chairman:

Kevin Maxwell

Manager:

Brian Horton

Top Scorer:

Jim Magilton (13)

Notable Players:

John Durnin, Mike Ford, Steve Foster, Andy Melville, Lee Nogan, David Penny, Paul Simpson, Gary Smart.


Oxford United Shirt 1991


Primary Colours

Matchwinner began a 3 year period as Oxford United’s kit supplier following the bankruptcy of Scoreline.

Oxford based car parts distributor ‘Unipart’ (who had long supported the club with pitch-side advertising), began a 9 year period of shirt sponsorship.

Unusually, the home kit did not have alternative yellow short and sock options, consequently change colours featured much more regularly than usual.



Oxford United Away Kit 1991 Oxford United Home Kit 1991 Oxford United Home Kit 1991 Oxford United Away Kit 1991 Oxford United Away Kit 1992

Long sleeved shirt.


Port Va;e

Away

Grimsby

Home


Sunderland

Away

Middlesboro

Home

Wolves

Away

Millwall

Home

Derby

Home

Bristol R

Away

Portsmouth

Away

Plymouth

Home

Swindon
Away

Ipswich

Away

Portsmouth

Home

Tranmere

Home

Newcastle

Away

Charlton

Home

Leicester

Home

Southend

Away

Barnsley

Home

Watford

Away

Portsmouth

Away

Bristol C

Home

Brighton

Home

Cambridge

Away

Blackburn

Home

Southend

Home

Sunderland

Home

Tranmere

Home

Charlton

Away

Grimsby

Away

Port Vale

Home

Swindon

Away

Newcastle

Home

Sunderland

Home

Leicester Away

Brighton

Away

Cambridge

Home

Blackburn

Away







Swindon

Home

Watford

Home

Barnsley

Away

Portsmouth Home

Bristol C

Away

Millwall

Away

Wolves Home

Derby

Away

Middlesboro

Away

Bristol R

Home

Plymouth Away

Ipswich

Home

Tranmere

Away







Oxford United Kit 1991 Goalkeeper

Change Colours and Variation

The same design template featured for the change shirts, which much like the previous seasons Scoreline kits was a dark red.

The trip to Watford required a mix of home and away colours to avoid clashing with Watford’s yellow and red combination.


Goalkeeper jersey only shown with ‘home’ shorts and socks.

Long sleeved shirt.

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