Let us know your favourite United FA Cup moment and you could feature in the Swansea programmeEverybody loves the FA Cup and Oxford United have been involved in some memorable cup clashes over the years.
As non-league Headington United, the club reached the fourth round in 1954 before being knocked out by First Division giants Bolton Wanderers. Fast forward ten years and Oxford United became the first Fourth Division side to reach the FA Cup quarter-finals, beating league leaders Blackburn Rovers in the fifth round.
More recently, the side has had some epic encounters, including beating Leeds United at Elland Road in extra time, that game against Chelsea, and of course the second-round tie versus Swindon that earned United a trip to Highbury to play Arsenal.
What we want to know, though, is which is your favourite FA Cup memory? Is it one already mentioned, or perhaps you look back fondly at Jack Midson's goal against Yeovil or Lee Nogan notching at Stamford Bridge or a different game entirely? Let @OUFCOfficial know on Twitter, using the hashtag #OUFCBigQ, and we will publish the best responses in our Emirates FA Cup third round programme against Swansea City.