New Oxford United Shirt 2013-2014- Nike OUFC Home Kit 13-14

This is the new Oxford United kit 2013/14, League Two club Oxford United’s new home kit for the forthcoming League Two season. The new U’s kit has been made by Nike and was officially revealed on July 4, 2013 by the club. Nike have opted for more of a golden shade to the new kit and have also reverted to navy shorts, as can be seen below

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22 thoughts on “New Oxford United Shirt 2013-2014- Nike OUFC Home Kit 13-14

  1. JonLCFC

    That’s horrifically plain. A shock of a kit for a professional football club. It’s not the only one Nike spent about 3 seconds designing – just look at Barnsley and Charlton’s strips. Nike have been awful this year

  2. Colin Peppiatt

    It’s not that Nike design them really. These clubs who have Just Sport run their shops just select from a Nike catalogue, you won’t get anything designed. It’s better to be with people like Fila.

  3. Charles

    Nice, simple and plain. Zzzzzzzzzzzz, sorry am falling asleep the more I look at it.

  4. Big Red

    Wow that is awful! The guy on the right looks mortified and embarressed to be wearing that t-shirt I mean kit!

  5. MattyTheFox

    Neither look pleased to wear it. Yes its plain, would be better with a sponsor but I like the simple style. Add a sponsor and its spot on.

  6. Eric

    Yes, plain, same template as for example away jersey Malaga, wich is a dark blue version of this. Doesn´t look appalling, but looks more like training jersey.
    We need more effort, more details.

  7. Michael

    You can’t go wrong with a plain kit. If they get a sponsor it might look better but there’s nothing wrong with it.

  8. skeel hart

    ok, everybody is talking abt adidas template…. how about nike template????????????
    u have an example here……simply repugnant

  9. Alex

    It is plain because it is the football shirt they used on their first pre season friendly. The new sponsor will only be announced next week.

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