Derry City Shirts

Derry City Shirts

Derry City Shirts

Derry City are a Northern Irish football club based in Derry and the play their home matches wearing red and white striped home shirts. The club have won a total of three Irish league titles and five FAI Cups. It had spent the majority of its time in the League of Ireland in the Premier Division, the top tier of league football in the Republic of Ireland, but was expelled in November 2009 when it was discovered there were secondary, unofficial contracts with players.

Derry City 1950s Retro Football Shirt

It was founded in 1928 and is the only Northern Irish team to play in the Republic of Ireland league (FAI League of Ireland). Derry have won many trophies in different leagues: Derry have won 4 league titles 1 IFL,2 FLI and one FLI First Division. 4 FAI Cups, 8 FAI league cups and 3 IFA Cups.

Northern Irish side Derry City have officially revealed their brand new away kit for the 2015 season. Again supplied by Umbro the brand new away shirt for Derry City takes a much more classic approach to the design boasting a yellow base with a unique two-tone grey/black chevron design on the che [...]

Here are the 2013 Umbro shirts of Derry City Football Club. Derry City is an Irish club based in Derry, Northern Ireland [...]

Derry City FC is a football club from Northern Ireland, playing in the country's top division, the League of Ireland Premier Division [...]

On Thursday 3rd April, Northern Irish club Derry City, founded in 1928, and that plays in the FAI League of Ireland, has launched its new away kit for the 2008/09 season [...]

Derry play at Brandywell Stadium which has a capacity of 7,700 but under UEFA guidelines only 2,900. The Derry City Council owns the ground and lends it to the Football Club. The Stadium is also used for greyhound racing with a track on the outside of the football pitch.

Derry City wore Aston Villa Football Club's famous claret and blue jerseys with white shorts for its first season – 1929–30. This style was replaced by the now-traditional red and white 'candystripes' with black shorts in 1934.

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