Oxfordshire Senior Cup

The Oxfordshire Senior Cup is the senior county cup of the Oxfordshire Football Association. The 2009–10 winners were Oxford United who defeated Banbury 3–1 in the final. The competition was first contested in the 1884-85 season.

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