Oxford United Home Kit 15 16

New Oxford United Kit 2015-16 OUFC Home Shirt 15-16

This is the new Oxford United home shirt 2015/16, OUFC’s new home strip for the upcoming League Two season. Produced inhouse after the club ended their existing contract with Just Sport/Avec, the uniform was officially unveiled on July 24, 2015 and will first see action in the club’s upcoming friendly against Eastleigh.

The new OUFC 2015/2016 home kit is a contemporary take on the kit worn by the club in their famous 1986 Milk Cup win over Queens Park Rangers at Wembley. The two toned yellow shirt, with navy trim, has a retro V-neck design. The shorts and socks have also gone retro (navy with yellow trim), and check out the Ox head on the front of the socks!

Oxford finished 13th in League Two with 61 points, tied with Northampton Town, but below the Cobblers on goal difference.

The kit, having been made in house, is therefore totally bespoke and unique to the U’s.

Liontrust Asset Management are the new sponsors of Oxford United’s 15/16 shirt and will sponsor the club for the next three seasons (through to the end of the 17/18 season)

The shirts, which cost £39.99 for adults and £34.99 for kids, are expected to go on sale soon.

Oxford United Home Kit 15 16

OUFC Kit 15 16

12 thoughts on “New Oxford United Kit 2015-16 OUFC Home Shirt 15-16

  1. Russel1311

    Until ‘in house’ stops being synonymous with ‘shoddily made,’ we’re going to keep seeing the boring templates from big manufacturers. This is a great design, and it should be great, but the material and the cut look awful.

  2. JonLCFC

    Fantastic shirt. Well done to Oxford for bucking trends and striking out by producing their own kits. Gillingham have done it recently too and, while it may be a bit of a business risk, it ensures that the traditions of the club is adhered to. Excellent retro design

  3. JJ

    Russel1311 :
    Until ‘in house’ stops being synonymous with ‘shoddily made,’ we’re going to keep seeing the boring templates from big manufacturers. This is a great design, and it should be great, but the material and the cut look awful.

    +1.

    I hope the actual shirt looks and feels better than what these pics suggest.

  4. Albert

    The jerseys look rather baggy not a good look. But the idea is good if only the jerseys where better fiting sutch a pitty.

  5. Deepdale

    They should have based it more on the classic Milk Cup kit. That one is a stone cold classic.

  6. EK

    Hmm. No one’s slagging this off, but change the hoops to stripes and you have the Newcastle “banana” kit that everyone hated (although I kind of liked it).

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