2014/15

League:

Skybet League 2 (Forth Tier)

Position:

13th

FA Cup:

Second Round

League Cup:

Second Round

Chairman:

Darryl Eales

Manager:

Michael Appleton

Top Scorer:

Danny Hylton (16)

Notable Players:

Danny Hylton, Callum O’Dowda, James Roberts, Kemar Roofe, Danny Rose, Josh Ruffels, Andy Whing, Jake Wright.

The Skybet competition sleeve patches remained unchanged. Prostrate Cancer UK's 'Man of Men' symbol began to feature on each numeral.

Sports tyre supplier Black ‘n’ Rounds were the home shirt sponsor, with CWP Plastics becoming the back-of-shirt sponsor.

Home Kit & Away Variation

No
long
sleeves

After 5 years with Nike, Oxford United moved to Avec as their kit provider.  In reality, the kit supply agreement continued with Just Sports, who had also supplied the Nike kits over the previous 5 years.

The Avec strip saw a return to Oxford’s traditional yellow shirts, which featured a navy chest band.

With the arrival of a new board of directors, a flurry of new sponsors was announced a week before the season began. All three new sponsors were business interests of the incoming chairman. For the first time, both home and change shirts had entirely different sponsors.

There were no long sleeved shirts, base layers made by ‘Sub’ were provided.

Away Kit & Variation

No
long
sleeves

The purple shirt used in 2013 proved a hit with the fans, so once again purple featured in the change strip, albeit less prominently.

Isinglass continued as the change shirt sponsor, with a larger and slightly modified (squashed) logo, to fit within the constraints of the shirt chest band.

For the first time, the back-of-shirt sponsor on the change shirt was different, with Process Systems International featured just above the players' name.

Goalkeeper Kits

The two goalkeeper shirt colours featured both sponsor variations.

Poppy Shirts

Being the 100th anniversary of the start of the First World War, the Football Association and Royal British Legion coordinated a ‘Football Remembers’ campaign which included a special commemorative poppy logo with text. These poppies were supplied to all professional clubs.

Oxford United’s poppy shirts were worn for the FA Cup fixture at Grimsby Town and later auctioned to raise funds for the Royal British Legion.

Match By Match

Burton
Home

Bristol City Away

Mansfield
Away

Morecambe
Away

Portsmouth Home

West Brom
Away

Dagenham
Home

Cheltenham
Away

Southend
Away

Exeter
Away

Accrington
Home

Stevenage
Away

Luton
Away

Newportt
Home

Cambridge
Away

Tranmere
Home

North'pton
Away

Carlisle
Away

Wycombe
Home

Grimsby
Away

York 
Away

AFC Wimb
Home

Cheltenham
Away

Tranmere
Home

Bury
Home

Tranmere
Away

Hartlepool
Away

Shrewsbury
Home

Plymouth
Away

Cheltenham
Home

Dagenham
Away

Southend
Home

Exeter
Home

Stevenage
Away

Luton
Home

Accrington
Away

Burton
Away

Mansfield
Home

Portsmouth
Away

Morecambe
Home

Bury
Away

Plymouth
Home

Hartlepool
Home

Shrewsbury
Away

Carlsile
Home

Wycombe
Away

York
Home

AFC Wimb
Away

North'pton
Home

Tranmere
Home

Cambridge
Home

Newport
Away

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