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Rob Dickie, Luke Garbutt, Rob Hall, Jamie Hanson, James Henry, Ricky Holmes, Jamie Mackie, Tony McMahon, Curtis Nelson, Jon Obika, Sam Smith, Gavin Whyte.
Mental health charity 'Mind' are the EFL's new charity partner. The 'squiggle' part of their logo is attached to the first letter of each players name.
The sleeve patches are refreshed with an updated Skybet logo. The left sleeve now differs, featuring an initiative which supports responsible gambling.
Thailand's Singha beer is the new main shirt sponsor. Polythene UK continue as the back-of-shirt sponsor, although their logo is far more discrete for 2018.
With the arrival of new chairman Sumrith Thanakarnjanasuth (and his previous Reading FC connections), there was little surprise when Puma was announced as Oxford United's new kit supplier.
The club opted for an all-yellow home strip. This 'home' variation was last seen in 2012/13.
The yellow/blue combination is unique to Oxford United, although the retro style collars and the sleeve detail is typical of the Puma kits seen elsewhere amongst professional clubs.
Because of the rules concerning alcohol sponsorship, under 18 players are required to wear plain shirts.
The same players are also prevented from wearing the Skybet sleeve patches.
The smart away kit is simply a colour reversal of the home kit. The dark navy is called 'Peacoat' by Puma.
This means that for 2018/19, Oxford United will always be wearing combinations of yellow and blue.