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Puma are now in their fourth season supplying kits to Oxford United.
Amazing Thailand's 3-year deal was cut short, presumably because the Coronavirus pandemic prevents any tourism.
The new shirt sponsor is Hertfordshire based EB Charging, who are working with Oxford City Council installing electric vehicle charging infrastructure across the city.
Polythene UK continue as back-of-shirt sponsor, whilst IFX also continue has the back-of-shorts sponsor.
Although the design of the EFL numbers remains unchanged, pleasingly Oxford have opted for navy numerals, rather than black.
Oxford United's new 2021 kit is a disappointment. The plain yellow shirt includes a couple of shoulder flashes seen on amongst most Puma supplied clubs. However, the more adventurous shirt designs appears to be now reserved for Premier and Championship clubs.
Like the previous season, it appears Puma are providing the same kits for all of their pro clubs. This kit is taken from Puma's 'Ultimate' template.