EFL Week of Action – Meet our Community Coaches8 November 2023
To mark the EFL’s Week of Action, we’re celebrating the work of Oxford United in the Community and its vision to inspire happier, healthier and better-connected communities.
Week of Action: Refugee Football7 November 2023
In the second of our series for EFL Week of Action, featuring the work of Oxford United in the Community, we look at our Refugee programme, which has been running since 2021, and how that impacts the...
OUitC Vacancy16 October 2023
Are you a strong operational and administrative ‘all-rounder’ with a passion to help our team to grow Oxford United in the Community’s impact across Oxfordshire in the coming years? If so, we want to...
Home Visit7 September 2023
A delegation from Oxford United were invited to visit Lincroft Meadow Care Home in Kidlington last week to chat to residents and their families and members of staff.
Oxford Phoenix Celebrate Two Years21 June 2023
An Oxford-based football team made up entirely of refugees and asylum seekers is marking two years since its formation by three city charities.
Community Review16 May 2023
Over the next few days we will be posting reviews from the Community, Academy and Women's sides of the club, starting with a Community Review with Head of Oxford United in the Community, Chris Lowes
Refugee Football Group Sessions Expanded in 2023 for Oxford-Based Refugees and Asylum Seekers17 January 2023
A football programme dedicated to supporting young refugees and asylum seekers living in Oxfordshire has been expanded following a successful first full year of activity.
Oxford United In The Community Seek Premier League Primary Stars Manager26 May 2022
The football club’s official charity is seeking a full-time manager of its Premier League Primary Stars programme.
Oxford United In The Community’s Christmas Football Camp Is Booking Up Fast6 December 2021
Oxford United's December Football Camp is filling up fast
Vacancies: Oxford United In The Community Recruiting Three New Members of Staff Via Kickstart20 October 2021
Oxford United in the Community is recruiting three new members of staff to help deliver its countywide work via the Government’s Kickstart scheme.
Simon Eastwood and Cameron Brannagan Surprise Young Fan5 December 2019
Oxford United players Simon Eastwood and Cameron Brannagan visited local school John Henry Newman this afternoon to surprise a young fan ahead of Saturday’s game.