Rochdale play their home games in a kit of blue shirts, shorts and socks. Rochdale's club colours have not been worn above the second division and the only claim to fame is in reaching the League Cup final in 1962, the only bottom division club to do so to date, unfortunately they lost in the final to Norwich City.
Rochdale currently play in League Two where they wear black and blue striped home jerseys with white shorts and they are nicknamed 'The Dale'. Rochdale first wore black and white striped shirts and in recent seasons the club have had had black and blue striped shirts combining the designs of past shirts. The club play have several rivalries against Bury, Burnley, Oldham Athletic, Halifax Town, Accrington Stanley, Stockport County and Aldershot Town.
League One outfit Rochdale AFC prepare for battle in 2016/17 by unveiling their latest home and away shirts. Designed in patriotic fashion by true fans of the club, Rochdale's all-new winning home and away shirts have now been chosen and manufactured by kit suppliers Errea seeing two simplistic y [...]
League One outfit Rochdale have officially launched their new home and away kits for the 2015-16 season. The side just missed out on a play-off spot finishing just behind Chesterfield [...]
Gaining promotion to League One, Rochdale have officially launched their new home and away kits for next season. Supplied by Fila, the new home shirt for Rochdale reveals a royal blue colour with black trim on the v-neck collar [...]
English League Two club Rochdale Association Football Club have launched their new Fila kits for the upcoming season [...]
Rochdale have revealed their 2013/14 home and away playing kits after fans submitted their votes for their preferred choices. The results show that Home Shirt 1 and away shirt 3 were the favoured designs having garnered 21% and 23% of the overall vote respectively. Home Shirt The club's [...]
Rochdale Association Football Club are an English team founded in 1907 from Lancashire in the North of England. The Dale play their home games in the 10,000 capacity Spotland Stadium which is also home to Rochdale Hornets Rugby League team.
The club's highest ever honours was in the 1961-62 League Cup where they were runners-up to Norwich City.