2022/23

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League:

Level

Skybet League One

Position:

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FA Cup:

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League Cup:

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League Trophy:

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Chairman:

Sumrith Thanakarnjanasuth

Manager:

Karl Robinson

Top Scorer:

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Notable Players:

Lewis Bate, Cameron Brannagan, Marcus Browne, Simon Eastwood, Stuart Findlay, James Henry, Jodi Jones, Sam Long, Marcus McGuane, Elliott Moore, Josh Murphy, Steve Seddon, Matty Taylor.

Kit Manufacturer

Macron are Oxford United's new kit supplier with a 4-year deal with the Italian sportwear giant.

EFL Branding

The EFL has a new charity partner, replacing Mind.

The British Red Cross logo features on a (thankfully) simplified version of the shirt numbers and player names.

The EFL sleeve patches now feature a 3D embossed effect, presumably to make them harder to counterfeit. The right sleeve gambling patch is refreshed with a new message, whilst the aniti discrimination message is now simply "Together".

We may begin to see a variety of kit combinations worn by Oxford United at the Kassam Stadium to aid those who suffer from colour blindness. The EFL have amended their rules and will provide advice to clubs where they feel a colour blind clash may occur. The new rules will allow the home team to wear their away kit, third kit, or a mix of elements from their registered kits.

For those who suffer from colour blindness, yellow is believed to look similar to red or green, with all three colours looking a dirty brown/green.

Home Kit & Away Variation

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long
sleeves

The Macron kits have a paler yellow than usually seen worn by Oxford.

The navy sleeves have a striking jagged pattern, which is reminiscent of the 1993 Matchwinner shirt. The shirt front panel also continues with the jagged theme, this time with a subtle 3D effect. (It is illustrated, but you'll need to zoom to see).

The back has a nice touch, with text "EST. 1893" positioned just under the rear collar.

Like the home socks, the change yellow socks also feature the Minoan Ox on the calf.

Away Kit

No
long
sleeves

Pleasingly, this seasons all-white away kit features navy and yellow trim, which means all kits can easily mix/match.

Whilst a relatively simple design, the shirt has a timeless quality, with shadow pinstripes and contrasting v-neck.

Like the home shirt, "EST. 1893" also features under the rear collar.

Third Kit

With the team wearing yellow/navy trim shorts and socks at Derby, I think it's safe to assume the third shirt will be navy.

Goalkeeper Kits

The keeper kits are straight from the Macron catalogue and lack any real interest.

However, there is a subtle maze effect pattern on the shirt front panel.

Match by Match

Derby
Away

Cambridge Home

Swansea Home

Bristol Rov
Away

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