2021/22

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League:

Level

Skybet League One

Position:

8th

FA Cup:

First Round

League Cup:

Second Round

League Trophy:

Group Stage

Chairman:

Sumrith Thanakarnjanasuth

Manager:

Karl Robinson

Top Scorer:

Matty Taylor (20)

Notable Players:

Cameron Brannagan, James Henry, Herbie Kane, Sam Long, Marcus McGuane, Luke McNally, Elliott Moore, Steve Seddon, Jack Stevens, Matty Taylor, Jordan Thorniley, Ryan Williams, Gavin Whyte.

Kit Manufacturer

This was Puma's fourth and final season supplying kits to Oxford United.

EFL Branding

Although the design of the EFL numbers remained unchanged, pleasingly Oxford returned to navy numerals, rather than black seen the previous 5 seasons.

The competition sleeve patches remained unchanged, however the EFL’s ‘Not Today or Any Day’ campaign patch was refreshed with larger text.

Home Kit & Away Variation

No
long
sleeves

Oxford United's 2021 home kit was a disappointment with a plain shirt with little interest.

Yellow shorts 'should' really have been the alternative short colours, plus yellow would have also worked well as an alternative for the away kit too. Frustratingly, new EFL rules prohibited the use of other garments except those registered as part of the away or third kits.

The home socks differed from the others provided by Puma, with the Ox motif moved to the front shin. However, some players cut the feet from their socks, (preferring grip socks), resulting in no clear front and back, which created a mix of how the socks were worn.

Away Kit & Variation

No
long
sleeves

The all-black away shirt included a subtle repeating chevron pattern, yellow trim and the club crest picked-out in black.

Third Kit

No
long
sleeves

With manager Karl Robinson preferring his teams to wear white, there was little surprise to see a white kit in the 2021 range.

This was by far the most adventurous design for an Oxford shirt since the 1993 away shirt. Peterborough had the same design, but in black and vivid pink.

Goalkeeper Kit

Like the previous season, Puma provided the same kits for all of their pro clubs. These designs were taken from Puma's 'Ultimate' template.

Papa John's Trophy Shirts

From the second EFL trophy match, United wore shirts that featured Papa John's competition arm patches.

Indonesian broadcaster Mola TV featured as a sleeve sponsor.

Mola began a three-year association with Oxford United as a 'Family and Community Partner'.

FA Cup Shirts

The FA Cup sleeve patches differed very slightly to the previous season, with 150th anniversary text added. Mola TV feature as the sleeve sponsor.

Match by Match

Cambridge
Away

Burton
Away

Charlton
Home

Crewe
Home

Bolton
Away

QPR
Away

Lincoln
Home

Cambridge
Away

AFC Wimb
Away

Wycombe
Home

Cheltenham
Away

Gillingham
Home

Accrington
Home

Sheffield W
Away

Stevenage
Home

Plymouth
Home

Shrewsbury
Home

Burton
Away

Spurs U21
Home

Morecambe
Home

Bristol Rov
Home

Ipswich
Away

Bristol Rov
Away

Fleetwood
Home

Rotherham
Home

Sunderland
Away

Doncaster
Away

MK Dons
Away

Wigan
Home

AFC Wimb
Home

Cheltenham
Home

Lincoln
Away

Wycombe
Away

Sheffield W
Home

Gillingham
Away

Wigan
Away

Portsmouth
Home

Accrington
Away

Bolton
Home

Charlton
Away

Crewe
Away

Cambridge
Home

Portsmouth
Away

Burton
Home

Shrewsbury
Away

Ipswich
Home

Plymouth
Away

Morecambe
Away

Sunderland
Home

Fleetwood
Away

MK Dons
Home

Rotherham
Away

Doncaster
Home

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