OXFORD United’s new kit will be revealed ‘in the next fortnight’, the club say.
The U’s have signed a four-year deal with kit supplier Macron and have been sporting training wear made by the Italian company during their pre-season camp in Spain.
But United confirmed this morning they will not wear their new match kit for 2022/23 in tomorrow’s friendly at Oxford City.
U’s players are set to walk out in a ‘pre-season kit’ at Court Place Farm as the club continues to make final preparations for the official kit launch.
United have further warm-up fixtures at North Leigh, Banbury United, Hungerford Town and Eastleigh in the next fortnight, before their first home friendly against Coventry City on July 16.
Fans will be able to get their hands on the pre-season kits through a ‘wide variety of competitions and promotions’ in the coming weeks, the club added.
Last year, the U’s released their new home kit on July 16, the day of their annual friendly at City, and wore it for the first time at Court Place Farm that evening.
Players and staff fly home today after their eight-day training camp in Marbella.