Need a Monday morning cheer up? Well then, read on…..
We’ve started our restropective series, first out all casting our mind back to the year of 1988. It may have been the year of Ray Houghton and beating England, but for a generation of Derry fans it will be remember for John Cleary and “that penalty”. If you can bear it, read on here. We’ll be adding the 1989 story today, when we get the chance.
The club hosted it’s free Family Fun Day on Friday. Despite the adverse conditions, a large crowd turned out to meet and greet the players, as well as a host of other activities for the children. We’ve received loads of positive feedback for those who attended. If you want to read more about it, why not check out the Derry Journal report here.
Tickets continue to sell very strongly for the final and priced at €5 for children and €10 for adults, it is no surprise yet. If you haven’t got yours yet, we recommend snapping them up early to ensure that you are with the Red and White Masses on the day. Check out all the ticketing details here. The cup are expecting additional tickets from the FAI this week in order to deal with the demand.
Sorted for transport for the final? We’ve listed all the buses we know about here. However if you are looking for alternatives, have you considered the train? Day returns from Belfast are available for £10 and you can purchase them online here.
The Roganstown House hotel in Dublin has a special offer for City fans, €50 for bed and breakfast. Please enter “DCFC” in the rate code box when you are making your booking in order to take advantage of the offer. You can find their website here.
Are you, your school or your workplace showing their support for the Candystripes? Let us know and we’ll promote here.