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We Love You Derby, We Do.

Proud shirt sponsors of Derby County Football Club 2010-14.

As a Derbyshire-based business, started and still owned by a life-long Derby County fan, it was probably inevitable that would one day grace the shirts of the Mighty Rams.

Kicking our sponsorship off in 2010, and continuing for four long and successful seasons, we proudly championed our brand on a squad of players that brought Derby County to the brink of Premier League status (once again).

Derby County Player 1
Derby County Player 2
Derby County Player 3

Over the course of 2010-13, Nigel Clough, with limited experience and a limited budget, built the foundations of what would become one of the Championship’s strongest teams in recent years. It was 2013-14 that Steve McClaren took over, leading the Rams to a 3rd place league finish, qualifying for the Play-Offs.

Unfortunately, promotion wasn’t to be, as Derby County were beaten 0-1 by QPR in the Play-Off Final, after a late goal by Bobby Zamora, against the run of play. While it wasn’t the send-off to our sponsorship that we hoped for, having emblazoned on Derby County’s shirts throughout the season that came so close to glory, is something we’ll always be proud of.

Derby Country Football Club

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