1999/00

League:

Nationwide League Division 2 (Third Tier)

Position:

20th

FA Cup:

Third Round

League Cup:

Third Round

Chairman:

Firoz Kassam

Managers:

Malcolm Shotton, Mickey Lewis (caretaker), Denis Smith.

Top Scorer:

Matt Murphy (17)

Notable Players:

Steve Anthrobus, Joey Beauchamp, Jamie Cook, Derek Lilley, Matt Murphy, Paul Powell, Mark Watson, Dean Windass.

Badges & Logos

Football League name and squad numbers featured for the very first time.

The fuzzyfelt style competition patches used the previous 3 seasons were replaced with a smooth plastic finish and a design which no longer featured a white border

This was to be the last season that Unipart featured as the main sponsor.​

Home Kit & Away Variation

Long
sleeves

The home kit was unchanged in design from the ‘98 season. The all yellow alternative differed slightly, with socks now in the same style as the navy socks.

For the first time, Football League clubs were required to have a players squad number on the shirt and shorts, plus the player's surname on the back of their shirt. To ensure continuity, the letters and numbers were supplied by the Football League.

Away Kit

Long
sleeves

A predominantly navy shirt was chosen for the change colours, the shirts featured yellow piping, which made the shirt feel very much an ‘Oxford’ shirt. Much like the home shirts the fit was very baggy.

Sadly this kit saw very little use throughout the season, indeed we only have one confirmed fixture where this kt featured.

Third Kit & Variation

The all-white variation featured for a third season. These white shirts were new for 1999, featuring the now required squad names and numbers.

Goalkeeper Kits

Match By Match

Stoke
Away

Southend
Away

Cardiff
Home

Bristol Rov
Away

Southend
Home

Oldham
Home

Blackpool
Away

Wycombe
Home

Gillingham
Home

Everton
Home

Wrexham
Away

Everton
Away

Luton
Away

Bristol City
Home

Millwall
Home

Tranmere
Away

Brentford
Away

Scunthorpe
Away

Luton
Home

Morecambe
Home

Colchester
Home

Reading
Away

Bury
Home

Shrewsbury
Away

Notts C
Away

Chesterfield
Away

Shrewsbury
Home

Stoke
Home

Luton
Home

N Forest
Away

Bournemouth
Away

Cambridge
Home

Burnley
Away

Wigan
Home

N Forest
Home

Wycombe
Home

Cardiff
Away

Bristol Rov
Home

Brentford
Away

Oldham
Away

Preston
Home

Blackpool
Home

Wycombe
Away

Chesterfield
Home

Wrexham
Home

Gillingham
Away

Reading
Home

Colchester
Away

Preston
Away

Notts C
Home

Bury
Away

Cambridge
Away

Bournemouth
Home

Wigan
Away

Burnley
Home

Brentford
Home

Bristol City
Home

Scunthorpe
Home

Millwall
Away

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