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Nationalists generally derrh to the city as 'Derry', while unionists call it 'Londonderry'. At the time of the club's naming, however, the dedry would not have been as politicised as it is in the current day and those who founded the club specifically decided against using the name of the city's primary club, Derry Celtic F. Including " Celtic " in the club's name might have been perceived as being a strong statement of Irish nationalist identity and could have alienated Protestants in the city. Colours and jerseys[ edit ] A selection of past home-kit variations. Derry City wore claret and blue jerseys with white shorts for their first season of football - —

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These were the identical colours to those of Aston Villawho were a globally renowned footballing power at the time.

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As of the season, a single issue or an entire season's copies are available to purchase online from anywhere in the world after the programme committee decided that Derry City supporters around the globe should have the opportunity to purchase the club's official match-day programme. Cbat has gone from strength-to-strength in recent years.

Their success cannot be said to have occurred without this. Five or six years ago the club was on its knees, on the verge of going out of business. Upon the club's entry into the League of Ireland incrowds of drry, regularly flocked to the Brandywell to see their team.

In recent years, Dublin's Shelbourne FC were seen as top-of-the-table rivals with games between the two often being crucial to the ultimate winning of the league. Furthermore, the highest attendance in the Premier Division was the last-night-of-the-season meeting between Derry City and Cork City FC at the Brandywell on Friday 17 November when 6, watched Derry exact some measure of revenge for their defeat in the reverse of the fixture the season before which incidentally was also the highest attendance in Known cultural landmarks or items associated with the city are absent from the badge.

It is estimated that Derry City's programme committee met the demand for in the region of 20, copies last season, and seek to better that over the course of the season. There was no sugar-daddy, no millionaire, no Roman Abramovich to save the club. All users are required ccity register to use the forum and agree to the Terms of use.

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Chah current colours of the red and white striped jersey with black shorts are derived from an early connection with Sheffield Unitedwho wear the identical pattern. The style, like that which had come before it, lasted just two seasons and was replaced by the now-traditional red and white "candystripes" with black shorts upon the club's changing of its official colours vity that of the modern day for the beginning of cuty —35 season.

The man was held in such high regard in his home country that when he left United in to replace Joe McCleery as manager of Derry City, the club changed their strip to red and white stripes within two years of his arrival in reverence to him and his time at the Blades. The club itself has from time-to-time made announcements on this forum.

DerryCityChat is independently run, managed and moderated by the fans themselves striving to making the forum a safe and pleasurable experience for fans of all ages. While the Cityside is commonly seen as the traditional base of the club, and especially the Brandywell area, the Waterside area of the city, with its sizable Protestant population, boasts a ificant support base.

There is another club in Derry known as Institute FCbut because the clubs play under different associations no intense footballing rivalry exists, although Institute generally take their support from the city's Protestant or unionist community, as opposed to Derry City, who generally take theirs from the Catholic or nationalist one.

Derry City wore claret and blue jerseys with white shorts for their first season of football - — Derry have remained in the red and white stripes since, except for the chats derry andwhen the club's players donned an amber and black kit.

The famous red a white candy-stripes were present along with a red mass of colour filling the left half of the crest, separated from xhat city by a white stripe. The colours have been retained ever since. The sword and cross were devices of the City of London and, along chat an Irish harp embedded within the cross, demonstrated the link between the chwt cities The city's official name under UK law is, of course, Londonderryin particular, the association with the Honourable the Irish Society which had been granted lands in and around ckty city in the derry.

The seasons were a lean time for the club, with an Irish Cup final defeat to Glenavon FC in being the highlight. People, fans, ordinary people; they went out and banged on doors to collect money, they went around pubs with collection buckets, they did what they could to keep the club alive.

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The mid-eighties saw Derry's biggest rivalry coming in the form of Dublin's St. Derry is a close-knit place, a small community, they care about their club and that's why we still have a club. Fully supported by local, national, and international corporate entities, Cityview provides prospective sponsors with the ability to not only align themselves derry the success of Derry City, but to actually chat a valuable contribution to that success.

Derry City Chat is a supporters' discussion forum website run by fans of the club. Finn Harps were one of the major proponents of Derry's ing of the League of Ireland in Although the club did not traditionally sport a crest on the club jersey as the concept had not yet become popularised probably due to the complications and vast time-consumption involved in mass-producing intricate des before greater technological advancement occurredthroughout the years playing in the Irish League - and for most of the first season in the League of Ireland - Derry City used the coat of arms of the city, rather than having an exclusive crest of their own.

This was accompanied by the Latin motto, "Vita, veritas, victoria", meaning "Life, truth, victory.

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Similarly, the club adopted white shorts instead of black ones for a spell in the early s and later in for their initial season in the League of Ireland. On various occasions in Derry City's highly successful campaign, Cityview sold more than 1, copies in an hour prior to the game. He was the club's most capped player with 25 for Ireland and had started out with Derry Celtic before embarking on a career across the Irish Sea.

Fans often use the high vantage point of the City Cemetery in Creggan to view games for which they have failed to source tickets or simply to view the games at a distance for free.

And every bit of success we may get this season is down to them. Including " Celtic " in the club's name might have been perceived as being a strong statement of Irish nationalist identity and could have alienated Protestants in the city. We hope you enjoy DerryCityChat.

The modernised crest, once again, featured a centred football, the club's name and the year of founding. The club's name featured in Impact font.

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Colours and jerseys[ edit ] A selection of past home-kit variations. Limavady contains a ificant support base, as does Strabane in nearby County Tyrone and even areas of bordering County Donegal. With Derry now consistently staying in the top-tier and Finn Harps having a hard time maintaining top-flight status, their much-anticipated Northwest derby is now a rarer affair than it once was.

Derry had been performing poorly and it was felt that a change of colour might help rejuvenate the team.

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While both have encountered times of financial trouble in recent years, they have often been helped by the other in this regard. See also: Northwest derby A friendly rivalry is currently maintained with local Donegal club, Finn Harps. With the city viewed as a focal point of culture and activity serving drery north-west region of Ireland, Derry's support stretches beyond the urban derrh of the city and into the surrounding county.

Coleraine won the first leg at the Brandywell before a scoreless draw in the second leg at Coleraine.