First time visitor to the Aviva? We highly recommend you have a look at this link. This details all the logistics of travel to and from the stadium and will be very valuable for anyone travelling on the day.
Need a Monday morning cheer up? Well then, read on…..
Nearly twenty-five years on, it will be remembered by a generation of Derry fans for “that penalty”. It was prove the decisive goal on the day, and sent the 10,000+ home City fans back home disappointed as Dundalk clinched the double.
So, what’s been happening so far today?
- Stephen McLaughlin nominated in the PFAI Team of the Year
- Buses continue to book up, however Airporter are now running buses. Check out the buses page for details.
- Free family Fun Day is TOMORROW. Why not check it out here?
- Making the weekend of it? The Roganstown Hotel is offering a special €55 B&B rate for supporters? Enter “DCFC” in the rate code box.
- Considering getting the train? Day returns from Belfast available from £15.
Keep an eye on us on Facebook and Twitter for all the latest details.
With the League campaign over the Candystripes, all the focus has turned to the FAI Cup Final on November 4.
Tickets go on sale today, Wednesday 24 October. To help out supporters, we have put together a guide to the event, which will be updating over the next week. Check it out here, and if you would like more things added, just let us know.
In the run up to the 2012 Ford FAI Cup Final, the club are hosting a family fun day at the Brandywell next Friday, 26 October from 6pm. The club would like to invite all supporters, current or lapsed, and all their families along for a range of activities in the build up the biggest game of the season.
Derry City 2 St Patrick’s Athletic 1
City signed off the 2012 Airtricty League campaign with a home victory in front of the Brandywell faithful. First half goals from Simon Madden and David McDaid were enought ot secure all three points for the home side, despite a spirited second half come back from the visitors, who may feel that could have grabbed a point right at the end.
As hre prepares to make his final Brandywell appearance for Derry City, we cast an eye over the career of Mark Farren
Derry City v St Patrick’s Athletic, 7.45pm
After nearly a decade in the Derry City front line, Mark Farren makes his Brandywell exit this evening when he plays his last game for the Candystripes. However, with second placed St Pat’s the visitors, there is plenty to play for ahead of next month’s FAI Cup final clash.
Derry have announced that Barry McNamee and Ryan Curran have agreed to new two year contracts with the club.
The two young players, who have enjoyed breakthrough season in the 2012 campaign, have both committed their futures to the club for another two years.