What do you buy the Oxford United who has everything? Here are just a few ideas…
1. Panini Cheapskates print
Panini Cheapskates aka No Score Draws are Oxford based illustrators who came across the genius idea of drawing Panini sticker style portraits of footballers. Last year they did their home town club and absolutely nailed it. The prints are available here.
2. Wang bobble hat
A limited edition bobble hat styled in the classic 1986 Milk Cup Final shirt. The idea has been copied, but this was the original. Still available from Football Bobbles.
3. Hally Ink
Hally Ink is an illustrator, this classic shirts print is a beauty. Also available as t-shirts, coasters and mugs. Buy here.
4. Manor Ground Print
5. Terrace Life
Terrace have hooked up with the club to put together a range of retro-style merchandise. There’s plenty to choose from, but I particularly like this 1991 away shirt design.
6. Official Merch
Another one from the Terrace range, and a concept nicked from Football Bobbles. This bobble hat is styled on the 1993 shirt.
If your style is a bit more 80s retro, try this yellow and navy number from Toffs.
Appleberry specialise in university style scarves; another one is yellow and navy available from here.
9. The Boys from up the Hill book
If you haven’t picked up this little gem from the club shop, I suggest you do. Available only from the club shop.
10. Subbuteo print
A nice Subbuteo style nod to the Milk Cup Final win in 1986. Various sizes available from here.
11. Away shirt
It’s not often that official club merchandise is a work of art, but this season’s away shirt is a thing of beauty.
12. Kassam Stadium print
OK, so the Kassam Stadium doesn’t conjure up quite the same lustre as The Manor, but this geometric design would look OK on your bathroom wall. From here.
13. Trevor Hebberd’s Goal
Yet another print, this time depicting Trevor Hebberd’s first goal in the Milk Cup final. Subtle, but nice.