Formed in 1893, Headington played in Orange and Navy.
The Gold years. A change of name to Oxford United and election into the Football League.
The decade in which Oxford United turned yellow, and then yellow and blue.
The glory years. Giant killings, successive promotions and a place in the top-flight.
A gradual slide down the Football League, and coming perilously close to folding.
A move to a new stadium, but things get worse with relegation from the Football League.
Promotion back into the Football League and thankfully some much needed stability.
Not just yet!
Changed name to Oxford United before winning the Southern League.
Winners of the Southern League. Elected to the Football League.
A tough start to league football, with a harsh winter and many weeks without matches.
A famous FA Cup run, with the clubs two highest ever home attendances.
Promotion from Division 4.
Champions of Division 3
Division 2. Shirts changed from Gold to Yellow.
First relegation. First season playing in Yellow and Blue.
The beginning of shirt sponsorship and the arrival of Robert Maxwell.
The start of the hugely successful Jim Smith era.
Champions of Division 3 and a famous cup run.
Champions of Division 2 and more cup scalps.
First season in the top-flight, and winners of the League Cup.
Relegation from the top-flight and League Cup semi-finalists.
Division 2. Brian Horton appointed manager.
Endsleigh League Division 1.
Endsleigh League Division 1. Denis Smith appointed manager.
Endsleigh League Division 2.
Endsleigh League Division 2
Nationwide League Division 1.
Nationwide League Division 1. Malcolm Shotton appointed manager.
Nationwide League Division 1
Nationwide League Division 2.
Nationwide League Division 3.
Coca Cola League 2.
Coca Cola League 2. Jim Smith begins second stint as manager.
Blue Square Premier.
Blue Square Premier. Chris Wilder appointed manager.
Blue Square Premier. Play-off final winners.
N-Power League 2.
Skybet League 2.
Skybet League 2. Michael Appleton becomes Manager.
Skybet League One.
Skybet League One. Karl Robinson appointed manager.