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Oxford United FC

Kassam Stadium
Grenoble Road

Switchboard: 01865 337500

Tickets: 01865 337533

Club Shop: 01865 747231


Sumrith “Tiger” Thanakarnjanasuth

Non Executive Director

Darryl Eales


Head Coach  Karl Robinson

First Team Coach   Derek Fazackerley

Under 23 Coach   Chris Allen

Goalkeeping Coach   Wayne Brown

Youth Team Coaches
Leon Blackmore-Such

Chris Hackett

Head of Physical Performance   Scott Daly

Sport Therapist   John Elliott

Head of Recruitment and Performance Analysis
Mark Thomas

Performance Analyst   Dan Bond

Kit Manager   Mark Jarrett


Managing Director

Niall McWilliams 01865 337505

Finance and Operations Director
Benn Brown    01865 337517

Club Secretary
Mick Brown 01865 337500

Head of Club Operations
Richard Blackmore

Safety Officer
Ian Mixter     01865 337500

Operations and Office Manager
Kathy Winstanley    01865 337505


Communications Manager
Chris Williams    01865 337522

Supporter Liaison Officer and Social Media
Kath Faulkner    01865 337522

Programme Editor / Club Historian
Martin Brodetsky 01865 337523


Retail and Commercial Operations Manager
Claire Theobald     01865 337527

Business Development Manager 
Peter Rhoades-Brown    01865 337503

Corporate Sales Exec
Adam Harris        01865 3375213


Retail Area Manager

Lee Barton      01865 747231


To contact the OUITC team CLICK HERE


Roman Way

All Academy enquiries: 01865 776120


Dan Harris - Head of Academy

Les Taylor - Academy Head of Coaching
Jonny Edmunds - Academy Administrator

Leon Blackmore-Such - Academy Lead Professional Development Coach (U18)

Chris Hackett - Professional Development Coach (u18)

Kieran Hayes - Academy Lead Youth Development Phase Coach
Jonny Edmunds - Academy Lead Foundation Development Phase Coach
Wayne Brown - Academy Lead Goalkeeping Coach
Kieran Hayes - Head of Academy Recruitment
Jonny Edmunds - Academy Safeguarding and Welfare Officer

Sports Science & Medicine

Amy Cranston - Head of Academy Sports Therapist
Ed Evans - Academy Sports Therapist
Kate Jackson - Academy Doctor
Holly Pickett - Academy Lead Sport Scientist
Dan Cooper - Head of Academy Performance Analyst
Darren Barber - Academy Psychologist
Jasmine Campbell - Academy Nutritionist


Steve Allman - Head of Education
Mark Massingham - BTEC Teacher


Contact Oxford United Women HERE


Oxford United do not hold open trials but do look at every CV that is sent to the club.

If you are under 16 then please email a full football CV detailing your name, age, position, address and playing career to date to our Academy HERE

If you are over 16 then please send a full football CV including as many details as possible to 

Please note that competition is fierce for trials and we receive hundreds of applications each month. Although we do read every application it is not always possible to reply to them all.

Job opportunities at Oxford United Football Club can be found here.

Performance Chef

Working closely with the Performance Nutritionist and the Sport Science team developing performance menus and recipes of food that can be cooked when required. This full-time role will require a flexible approach to working hours as there may be the requirement to work evenings and weekends to support the needs of the team. The successful applicant will be required to plan, order and deliver food of a high quality that meets the nutritional needs of the players.


  • To work in collaboration with the Performance Nutrition to plan innovative and performance focussed menus for First Team and U23s.
  •  Create menus and recipes based on the Performance Nutritionist recommendations and club’s catering guidelines.
  • Produce a high volume of food (70/80 covers) to a high quality at the training ground, normally two meals most days.
  • Be prepared to work flexible hours and adapt to changes in schedule and the needs of the team.
  • Prepare meals to be taken away with the players and staff.
  • Cater for individual dietary requirements
  • Be prepared to work flexible hours and adapt to changes in schedule and needs of the team.
  • Attend relevant staff meetings.
  • Sourcing local high-quality produce befitting a high performance team and keeping within budget and controlling portion sizes.
  •  Ensuring that high standards of cleanliness and safety are maintained throughout all areas of the kitchen at all times.
  • Establishing controls to minimise food and supply waste.
  • To ensure equipment and food temperature readings are taken and recorded on a daily basis.
  • To carry out food safety risk assessments, the food safety management system and effective controls, at identified critical points and throughout the food handling process by working closely with the Health and Safety Manager.
  • To ensure food production and quality are in-line with HACCP and EHO regulations
  • Maintaining and rotating appropriate stock levels with an aim to providing high standards.
  • Ensuring delivery notes are checked against requisitions and any identified discrepancies are reported to the supplier.
  • To ensure food standards and costs agreed with the General Manager are consistently achieved and maintained liaising with contacts to ensure best prices and deals available.
  • To complete any other reasonable request by Manager, Club Secretary and Sports Science team.



  • BTEC HND in Professional Cookery or BTEC HNC in Cookery or Hospitality Catering working towards a HND 
  • Level 3 or above Food Hygiene Certificate 
  • Evidence of continual professional development and a desire to increase sport nutrition knowledge
  • Minimum of 5 years relevant experience of working in professional sport
  • Excellent organisational skills
  • Ability to work under pressure 
  • Attention to detail and the ability to identify and solve problems 
  • Excellent leadership and personnel management skills 
  • The ability to communicate concisely, assertively and effectively and at all levels of the organisation 
  • Ability to work flexibly including evenings and weekends 
  • Ability to prioritise between conflicting demands


  • Degree or Diploma in Sport Nutrition
  • Relevant qualification in Health & Safety 
  • Experience in a Michelin Star Restaurant 

To apply for this role please send a copy of your CV, a covering letter including your salary expectations and your availability to start to Andrea Owen:

As part of our commitment to providing a safe environment for children and adults at risk you will be asked during the recruitment process, to obtain a check from the Disclosure & Barring Service.

Oxford United Boys Academy Staff...
OUFC are looking to appoint a number of new part-time coaches for our Boys Academy Programme.
This is an exciting time for the Academy with a number of changes that will see us moving forward as we look to provide a development platform for the best young players in Oxfordshire.

If you are an ambitious and hard-working Level 2 coach with a passion for "investing into the lives of young footballers" then get in touch....
Full job description and details can been seen below - all applications should be made by email to Academy manager Dan Harris by Friday 30th March and should include a covering letter and current Footballing CV.

We actively encourage applications from local coaches here in Oxfordshire and are also an equal opportunities employer.

OUFC Academy Coach Job Advert.pdf

OUFC Academy Coach job description.pdf

Community Coach

The Oxford United Youth and Community Trust continues to grow and is currently looking for enthusiastic coaches who would like to help develop the skills of children of all ages across Oxfordshire.

The successful applicants will be required to deliver a range of community activities to schools, clubs and organisations across the county. Responsible to the School Sports Manager and Development Centre Manager, the coaches will ensure that each child has the individual attention they require, while ensuring that regardless of whether the child is the strongest or fastest in a group, every child can fulfil their individual potential.


FA Level 1 Coaching Award

Current FA Safeguarding

Current FA Emergency Aid

Current DBS

Own Transport (Full clean driving licence)

Reliable, dependable, committed

Time Management

Good communication skills

High level of Customer Service

Taking initiative




FA Level 2 or above

FA Youth Award or working towards

Other NGB Qualifications

Experience coaching 2 – 16 year olds

To apply, please send your CV and covering letter to Dan Saunders at Oxford United Football Club, Grenoble Road, Oxford , OX44XP or email



Oxford United in the Community are always seeking to recruit, develop and reward a committed team of volunteers to fill a wide variety of roles for our club.

Building a substantial base of volunteers is essential if we are to deliver a truly fantastic football match-day experience.
Whether you are a student looking for vital experience in your course or you have some spare time and would like to help out at Oxford United, please get in touch.

There are opportunities for match-day volunteers and some of the positions available include:
• Match-day family area assistant
• Match-day furry mascots 
• Match-day guides and helpers

If you are interested in joining the team, please email Lauren Haynes:



For a PDF of the job description, click HERE.

To apply for the job, contact Ian Mixter:



For a PDF of the job description, click HERE

To apply for the job, contact Ian Mixter:



For a PDF of the job description, click HERE

To apply for the job, contact Ian Mixter:



We receive hundreds of requests for trials every year. The club does not hold open trials but does read every application. These should be sent via email to and include a full football CV and any supporting douments