Dundee Football Club were founded in 1893 and they are based in Dundee, Scotland and they are nicknamed 'The Dark Blues' or 'The Dee'. The club have a big rivalry with city rivals Dundee United and they player their home games at Dens Park wearing navy blue home shirts with white shorts.
Dundee play their home games in dark Scots blue with a white strip under the arms, white shorts and blue socks. The away strip is the reveres a white shirt with blue strip, blue shorts and white socks. The club colours have been donned in winning 3 First
Puma hand their Scottish outfit of Dundee FC a trademark home shirt for 2016/17. Ready to adorn the Scottish Championship in 2016/17, Dundee FC will look as intimidating as ever through a powerful navy blue predominance with intricate embossed pinstripes creating a unique geometric pattern [...]
Scottish side Dundee FC have officially revealed their new away kit for the 2015-16 season. The all new away shirt is based on the 2015-16 Finale jersey template consisting of a sash which runs from the right shoulder to the left base for a classic look [...]
Scottish outfit Dundee FC have officially revealed their new home, away and third kits for next season. Signing a new sponsorship deal with Hangar Records back in July this year, the new home kit for Dundee FC features the club's trademark dark blue colours along with sky blue trim on a tradition [...]
Dundee Football Club, founded in 1893, they are the second professional team based in the city of Dundee, Scotland, the other being Dundee United. Dundee play their home games in the 11,856 capacity Dens Park, Dens Road, Dundee, Scotland.
There was a record attendance where 136,495 fans attended the 1952 Scottish Cup Final against Motherwell and Bill Marsh holds the record for the most number of appearances with 386.