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  • Name: Derby County
  • City: Derby
  • Home Stadium: Pride Park Stadium
  • Established Date: 1884
  • Coach: Wayne Rooney
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Derby County Player
# Name Position
34
Beni Baningime Central Midfield
1
David Marshall Goalkeeper
21
Kelle Roos Goalkeeper
30
Emmanuel Idem Goalkeeper
44
Bradley Foster-Theniger Goalkeeper
47
Henrich Ravas Goalkeeper
31
Joseph Bateman Defender
37
Kornell MacDonald Defender
41
Kaide Gordon Defender
46
Jordan Brown Defender
 
Harrison Solomon Defender
 
Marko Borkovic Defender
 
Kornell McDonald Defender
38
Jason Knight Midfielder
40
Louie Watson Midfielder
42
Luis Milla Manzanares Midfielder
 
Josh Shonibare Midfielder
 
Liam Thompson Midfielder
35
Cameron Cresswell Forward
36
Tyree Wilson Forward
39
Jack Stretton Forward
23
Patrick Roberts Right Wing
 
Jordon Ashley F Ibe Right Wing
7
Kamil Jozwiak Left Wing
10
Tom Lawrence Left Wing
17
Louie Sibley Attacking Midfield
4
Graeme Shinnie Defensive Midfield
8
Max Bird Defensive Midfield
 
Krystian Bielik Defensive Midfield
2
Andre wisdom Right Back
12
Nathan Byrne Right Back
3
Craig Forsyth Left Back
15
Teden Mengi Centre Back
16
Matthew Clarke Centre Back
26
Lee Buchanan Centre Back
33
Curtis Davies Centre Back
 
George Edmundson Centre Back
9
Martyn Waghorn Centre Forward
13
Colin Kazim-Richards Centre Forward
19
Lee Gregory Centre Forward
 
Paul Simpson Assistant Coach
 
Wayne Rooney Coach
Derby County Football Club is a professional association football club based in Derby, Derbyshire, England. The club competes in the EFL Championship, the second tier of English football, and has played its home matches at Pride Park Stadium since 1997. The club was founded in 1884 by William Morley, as an offshoot of Derbyshire County Cricket Club; it has spent all but four seasons in the top two divisions of English football. Its competitive peak came in the 1970s when it twice won the First Division and competed in major European competitions on four separate occasions, reaching the European Cup semi-finals as well as winning several minor trophies. Additionally, the club was a strong force in the interwar years, winning the 1945–46 FA Cup.