Derby County currently play in the Championship where they last played in the Premier League in the 2008-09 season where they broke the record for the lowest amount of points with just 11. Nicknamed the 'Rams', Derby Country wear white shirts with black shorts which was first seen in the late 19th century. The Rams shirts are manufactured by Kappa who have produced their shirts for just one season and are sponsored by Buy Mobiles.net who have sponsored the shirts for three seasons.
The Rams, as Derby County Football Club are nicknamed play at the 33,597 capacity Pride Park Stadium in Derbyshire. The club moved to this purpose built stadium in 1997 after over 100 years at The Baseball Ground.
Championship club Derby County complete their 2016/17 kit collection by releasing a cool mint third shirt. Officially donning a colour-way of Marine by kit manufacturers Umbro, Derby's latest shirt release is arguably their most visually engaging to date through the more pastel infused paint-job [...]
Umbro maintain Derby County's trademark clean white home shirt for the upcoming 2016/17 season. After falling just short of reaching the 2015/16 play-off final, losing 2-3 to Hull City, Derby County will ply their trade in the Championship for another season wearing a traditionally styled white a [...]
On the back of the home and away kits, Championship outfit Derby County have officially launched a new third kit for the 2015-16 season. Debuting their new third shirt against Preston North End on the 12th of September, the new design is sky blue and white [...]
Championship outfit Derby County have officially launched their new away kit for the 2015-16 season. On the back of their new home kit launched in June, the all new away shirt for the Rams uses a nightshade purple and white design [...]
Founded in 1884 as part of Derbyshire County Cricket Club the football association said that name would be too long, so Derby County was used. The team were founder members of The Football League when it started in 1888. It wasn't until 1946 that Derby won their first major trophy, beating Charlton Athletic in the FA Cup Final 4-1 aet, Derby had lost on their four previous FA Cup Final appearances.
Under Brian Clough Derby won the league championship in 1972 and made the semi finals of the European Cup the following year. In 1975 they won the league again, with Dave Mackay at the helm.