< 1995/96 >

Endsleigh League Division 2 (Third Tier)


Kit Manufacturer:

Manor Leisre (own brand)

Sponsor:

Unipart



League Position:

2nd - Promoted

FA Cup:

SecondRound

League Cup:

Forth Round



Chairman:

Biomass / Keith Cox (MD)

Manager:

Denis Smith

Top Scorer:

Paul Moody (24)

Notable Players:

Martin Aldridge, Mark Angel, Joey Beachamp, Matt Elliott, Bobby Ford, Phil Gilchrist,

Stuart Massey, Paul Moody, David Rush, Phil Whitehead.


Oxford United Shirt 1995



Primary Colours and Away Variations

At first glance the home kits looked to have seen no changes, however, there were several subtle differences to the ‘94 shirts.

The most obvious change was a new design of shorts, featuring twin flashes on either hip.  The navy socks now featured the club crest embroidered on the shin.

The shirts differed more subtly, with the club crest and logos positioned lower on the chest.  There was also a slightly narrower yellow cuff on the short sleeved shirts.

The reproduction error of club crest on the 1994 shirts was now corrected.

Change Colours and Variation

A relaxing of the rules regarding kit colours saw many teams introducing darker colours, which would look good paired with jeans, thus boosting replica shirt sales.

Famously in 1995, Alex Ferguson ordered his Manchester United players to change out of their grey kit at half time after they complained they couldn't see each other!

Oxford United also adopted a grey strip, featuring varying vertical and diagonal shades.

The yellow socks used with this kit were more plain than the alternative yellow socks paired with the home shirts. These socks featured a subtle outline of the club crest embroidered on the shin, this nice touch was something that would be seen on all club socks over the next few seasons.


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Long sleeved shirt.


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Third Colours

The ‘AC Milan’ styled change strip worn the previous season, was relegated to a third choice, this time worn with a different colour combination of shorts and plain red socks.


Long sleeved shirt.


Chesterfield

Home

Hereford

Away

Brentford

Away

Hereford

Home

Rotherham

Home

Swindon

Away

York City

Home

Hull City

Away

Walsall

Away

Carlisle

Home

QPR

Home

Swansea

Away

Bristol C

Home

Bristol R

Home

QPR

Away

Stockport
Home

Wrexham

Away

Wycombe

Home

Blackpool
Away

Shrewsbury Away

Bristol C
Home

Barnet

Away

Dorchester

Home

Peterboro'

Away

Crewe

Home

Colchester

Home

Northampton

Home

Swansea
Home

Bristol R

Away

Bradford

Away

Bournemouth

Home

Millwall

Away

Brentford

Home

Millwall

Home

Chesterfield

Away

Burnley

Away

Rotherham

Away

N Forest

Away

Brighton

Home

N Forest
Home

Walsall

Home

York City

Away

Carlisle

Away

Hull City

Home

Bournemouth

Away

Bradford
Home

Brighton

Away

Notts C

Away

Swindon
Home

Burnley

Home

Stockport

Away

Wrexham

Home

Blackpool
Home

Wycombe

Away

Notts C
Home

Bristol C

Away

Shrewsbury

Home


















Crewe

Away

Peterboro'

Home



















Oxford United Kit 1995 Goalkeeper

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

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