2010/11

League:

Football League Level 4

N-Power League 2

Position:

12th

FA Cup:

First Round

League Cup:

Second Round

Chairman:

Kelvin Thomas

Manager:

Chris Wilder

Top Scorer:

James Constable (17)

Notable Players:

Ryan Clarke, James Constable, Tom Craddock, Jack Midson, Alfie Potter, Anthony Tonkin, Harry, Worley, Jake Wright.

Badges & Logos

With a return to the Football League, the club was issued with Football League numbers, letters and competition sleeve patches.

Witney-based insurance company Bridle became the main shirt sponsor. Polythene UK featured as the back-of-shirt sponsor, replacing Hartwell, whose own (changed) logo moved down to the rear of the shorts.

Home Kit

No
long
sleeves

A radical change of Nike shirt was chosen, which was similar to the kit worn by United between 1975-77.

However, a large amount of navy blue (particularly on the back of the shirts) proved to be unpopular with the fans. Alternative yellow shorts or socks were not used for this season.

Again, no long sleeved shirts were made available.

Away Kit & Variation

No
long
sleeves

It did seem strange to choose sky blue for the change colours, especially considering the home kit was also predominately blue.

Third Kit & Variations

No
long
sleeves

The 2009 change shirt was used as the basis of a third choice kit. These shirts included the new sponsors, player numbers and competition patches.

Interestingly, at West Ham, the navy socks were a different design to the navy home socks. The socks were in the same style as the sky blue socks, but were only ever worn for this one match.

Goalkeeper Kits

Remembrance Weekend

For the away match at Rotherham, change shirts featuring a poppy transfer were worn for the very first time. This has become a regular feature for remembrance weekends.

The shirts were later auctioned to raise money for the Royal British Legion.

Charity Shirt

The final home match of the season featured shirts with the Oxford Children's Hospital logo, which replaced the Bridle roundel, but not the Bridle name.

The shirts were later auctioned to help raise funds for the charity.

Match By Match

Burton
Away

Bristol Rov
Home

Bury
Home

Wycombe
Away

West Ham
Away

Accrington
Home

Aldershot
Away

Morecambe
Home

Hereford
Away

Stockport
Away

Crewe
Home

Cheltenham
Away

Port Vale
Home

Aldershot
Away

Macclesfield
Away

North'pton
Home

Bradford
Away

Torquay
Home

Burton
Away

Rotherham
Away

Gillingham
Home

Chesterfield
Away

Barnet
Home

Macclesfield
Home

Southend
Home

Torquay
Away

Aldershot
Away

Bradford
Home

North'pton
Away

Shrewsbury
Home

Cheltenham
Home

Southend
Away

Gillingham
Away

Rotherham
Home

Stevenage
Away

Macclesfield
Away

Hereford
Home

Lincoln
Away

Stockport
Away

Port Vale
Away

Stevenage
Home

Crewe
Home

Burton
Home

Bury
Away

Wycombe
Home

Accrington
Away

Chesterfield
Home

Barnet
Away

Lincoln
Home

Shrewsbury
Away