1994/95

League:

Endsleigh League Division 2 (Third Tier)

Position:

7th

FA Cup:

First Round

League Cup:

Second Round

Chairman:

Biomass / Keith Cox (MD)

Manager:

Denis Smith

Top Scorer:

Paul Moody (24)

Notable Players:

Chris Allen, Joey Beauchamp, John Byrne, Matt Elliott, Bobby Ford, Stuart Massey, Paul Moody.

Badges & Logos

The club crest on the 1994 shirts was reproduced incorrectly, with the Ox’s nostrils hollow.

The mandatory Football League competition patches were now larger than the previous seasons.

Home Kit & Away Variations

Long
sleeves

Oxford United began overseeing the production of their own football kits under the brand name of ‘Manor Leisure’.

The yellow shirts cleverly incorporated a large club crest repeating within the front panel of the shirt.

The pre-season press photo-call showed the team wearing yellow socks, however, the club reverted back to navy socks as the official colours.

Away Kit & Variation

Long
sleeves

A popular away shirt was introduced, in the same styling as the home kit but with an AC Milan inspired colour scheme.

Goalkeeper Jerseys

Opponents Kit - Cardiff City, Away

This particular match is best remembered for a superb Paul Moody hat-trick, but less memorable was the fact that Oxford United were forced to wear Cardiff City’s away shorts and socks. The match referee deciding (quite rightly) that Oxford’s navy shorts and socks would clash with the home teams royal blue strip.

Interestingly, Cardiff City made the exact same mistake for the return fixture, which resulted in Cardiff wearing Oxford’s yellow shorts and socks with their traditional royal blue shirts. 

Match By Match

Hull City
Home

Peterboro'
Home

Cardiff
Away

Peterboro'
Away

Cambridge
Home

Bradford
Away

Huddersfield
Away

Birmingham
Home

Crewe
Home

Brighton
Away

Oldham
Home

Bristol Rov
Home

L Orient
Home

Chester
Away

Oldham
Away

Plymouth
Home

Swansea
Away

Wrexham
Away

Shrewsbury
Home

Blackpool
Home

Stockport
Away

Bournemouth
Away

Marlow
‍Away

Rotherham
Home

Bournemouth
Away

Brentford
Away

Cardiff
Home

Hull City
Away

Peterboro'
Away

Wycombe
Home

Brentford
Away

York City
Home

Swansea
Home

Bristol Rov
Away

Shrewsbury
Away

Bournemouth
Home

Blackpool
Away

Bristol Rov
Home

Rotherham
Away

Chester
Home

Stockport
Home

L Orient
Away

Huddersfield
Home

Cambridge
Away

Bradford
Home

Birmingham
Away

Brighton
Home

Crewe
Away

Wrexham
Home

Brentford
Home

Wycombe
Away

Peterboro'
Home

York City
Away

Swansea
Home

Plymouth
Away

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