League:

Level

Skybet League One

Position:

4th - Play-off Final

The final nine league fixtures were not played due to the global Coronavirus pandemic. The final league table was determined by awarding average points per game to each of the unplayed fixtures.

FA Cup:

Fourth Round

League Cup:

Quarter Final

League Trophy:

Second Round

Chairman:

Sumrith Thanakarnjanasuth

Manager:

Karl Robinson

Top Scorer:

Matty Taylor (17)

Notable Players:

Cameron Brannagan, Marcus Brown, Chris Cadden, Rob Dickie, Simon Eastwood, Anthony Forde, Tariqe Fosu, Alex Gorrin, James Henry, Elliott Moore, John Mousinho, Josh Ruffles, Mark Sykes, Matty Taylor, Ben Woodburn.

Badges & Logos

There were no changes to the Football League insignia for the 2019 season.

All three kit sponsors remained unchanged for the 2019 season. The Singha logo was printed into the shirt fabric, whereas previously this had been a two-colour heat applied transfer.

Home Kit & Away Variations

No
long
sleeves

For 2019, Oxford United returned to their classic combination of yellow shirts, blue shorts and yellow socks. The kit colours were unique to Oxford, although it included design elements commonly seen elsewhere on other Puma kits.

The front panel and sleeves had a subtle flux pattern 'sublimated' into the fabric. Other clubs Puma kits had a far more visible flux effect than this particular shirt, (it is illustrated, but you'll need to zoom to see).

The blue band across the socks had the initials OUFC embroidered at the back.

Away Kit & Variations

No
long
sleeves

The away kit saw a welcome return to a popular theme, an all white kit featuring elements of yellow and blue. This shirt has proved to be the clubs most commercially successful away shirt to date.

The sash added something a little different, but this was not the first time an Oxford United shirt featured a sash, in 1973 they wore white away shirts with a red/blue sash.

The back of the white socks featured bold OUFC lettering running down the length of the calf.

Goalkeeper Kits

The goalkeeper kits were straight off-the-shelf, featuring Puma's flux pattern on the sleeves and shorts.

Makeshift Goalkeeper Shirt

For the trip to Lincoln City, Oxford United forgot to pack the 'keepers shirts.

To avoid falling foul of EFL rules and fines, Oxford hastily visited Lincoln's club shop, to convert training tops into match shirts, complete with the obligatory player name, number and competition sleeve patches.

Carabao Cup Shirts

For the fourth round and quarter final ties, Oxford United wore shirts featuring League Cup competition sleeve patches.

Remembrance Weekend / FA Cup Shirts

The 2019 remembrance weekend coincided with the FA Cup first round. Oxford United's televised fixture away at Hayes & Yeading featured away shirts with the regular poppy motif.

The shirts again featured a single Emirates FA Cup competition patch on the right sleeve. This provided teams the opportunity to secure additional sponsorship on the left sleeve. Northants based TMDS became Oxford United's very first 'sleeve sponsor'.

FA Cup Shirts

For the second, third and fourth rounds, the team wore FA Cup shirts with the single competition sleeve patch, but without TV coverage there was no demand for a sleeve sponsor.

Televised FA Cup Shirts

Oxford United's fourth round replay versus Newcastle United was chosen to be televised live on BBC1. The club secured additional sleeve sponsorship from Crep Protect, a provider of shoe care cleaning products.

Heads Up Shirts

In February, all clubs participated in the FA's Heads Up initiative, which highlighted the importance of talking about mental health issues.

Shirts with the 'Heads Up' campaign logo were worn for the trip to Peterborough.

Play-off Shirts

Following the Coronavirus pandemic, all EFL clubs wore shirts with an ‘NHS Rainbow – Thank You’ emblem. This was to recognise the brave efforts of NHS key workers who continued to support wider communities throughout the pandemic.

The shirts also featured the EFL's League 1 Play-offs competition patch, worn on the right sleeve.

Match By Match

Sunderland
Away

Peterboro'
Home

Peterboro'
Home

Blackpool
Away

Burton
Home

Bristol Rov
Away

Millwall
Home

Coventry
Home

Norwich U21
Home

Fleetwood
Away

Tranmere
Home

Bolton
Away

Lincoln
Away

West Ham
Home

Gillingham
Home

Accrington
Away

Portsmouth
Home

Doncaster
Home

Rotherham
Away

Rochdale
Home

Sunderland
Home

Portsmouth
Away

Hayes & Yeading
Away

Crawley
Away

Southend
Away

Walsall
Away

Exeter
Away

Shrewsbury
Home

MK Dons
Away

Man City
Home

Wycombe
Home

Lincoln
Home

AFC Wimb
Away

Doncaster
Away

Hartlepool
Home

Rotherham
Home

Ipswich
Home

GIllingham
Away

Newcastle
Away

Blackpool
Home

Newcastle
Home

Peterboro'
Away

Burton
Away

Sunderland
Home

AFC Wimb
Home

Ipswich
Away

Accrington
Home

Southend
Home

Shrewsbury
Away

Portsmouth
Away

Portsmouth
Home

Wycombe
Wembley