Derby Country, also known as the Rams, finished third in the England Championship League in the 2013-14 season after being defeated by QPR in the play-off final match at Wembley Stadium in London, England. Leicester ended the campaign in first, Burnley in second, Derby in third and QPR in fourth. Derby fought hard for the last 12 months with the league title and promotion to the Premiership as goals. The club has shown determination, character, professionalism and humility on their path to victory.
Exciting moments in Derby Football History
Coming very close to achieving their goals, the Rams are excited to go forward under the management of boss Steve McClaren and his coaching staff. OPR’s captain, Gary O’Neil, was sent off on a red card for a late challenge on Johnny Russell, leaving Queens Park Rangers with only 10 men in the last 30 minutes. However QPR were able to keep Derby from scoring and earned a late winning goal by Bobby Zamora. Zamora scored with the Rangers’ one and only shot that was on target. Prior to Zamora’s goal, Derby looked likely to win the Championship League title and automatic promotion to the Premier League.
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Derby will begin planning for a return to the top flight, earning their biggest-ever pay check of £80m after being promoted to the prestigious and lucrative Barclays Premiership. Steve McClaren will be looking to guide the club in the top flight for the first time in six years, The Rams will join Leicester City and Burnley who won automatic promotion and QPR in Premiership competition. Do not wait to secure your Derby County football tickets! You can buy Derby County Premiership tickets for all the mouth-watering clashes ahead in the 2014-15 campaign.