List of Derby County F.C. seasons

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This article chronicles the seasons of Derby County Football Club from their formation in 1884 to the present day.

Contents

Details of Derby County's final league position is given (from the 1888–99 season, when The Football League was founded), along with which round they made it to in both the FA Cup, the EFL Cup (which began in the 1960–61 season) and any European competitions that Derby had qualified for.

Seasons

Overall

SeasonLeague FA Cup EFL Cup Europe / OtherTop goalscorer(s) [lower-alpha 1]
DivisionPWDLGFGAPtsPosName(s)Goals
1884–85 [1] There was no League football until 1888.R1N/A
1885–86 [1] R3
1886–87 [1] R2
1887–88 [1] R4
1888–89 [2] FL22721341611610thR2 Flag of Scotland.svg Alex Higgins 12
1889–90 [3] 2293104355217thR1 Flag of Scotland.svg Alex Higgins 14
1890–91 [4] 22711447811511thR2 Flag of England.svg John Goodall 14
1891–92 [5] 261041246522410thR1 Flag of England.svg John Goodall 15
1892–93 [6] Div 1 [lower-alpha 2] 30991252642713thR1 Flag of England.svg John Goodall 14
1893–94 [7] 30164107362363rdQF Flag of Scotland.svg Johnny McMillan 21
1894–95 [8] 30791445682315thR1 Flag of England.svg Steve Bloomer 11
1895–96 [9] 3017766835412ndSF Flag of England.svg Steve Bloomer 27
1896–97 [10] 30164107050363rdSF Flag of England.svg Steve Bloomer 31
1897–98 [11] 301161357612810th R/U Flag of England.svg Steve Bloomer 20
1898–99 [12] 341211116257359th R/U Flag of England.svg Steve Bloomer 30
1899–1900 [13] 34148124543366thR1 Flag of England.svg Steve Bloomer 19
1900–01 [14] 341271555423112thQF Flag of England.svg Steve Bloomer 24
1901–02 [15] 34139123941356thSF Flag of England.svg Steve Bloomer 18
1902–03 [16] 34163155047359th R/U Flag of England.svg Steve Bloomer 13
1903–04 [17] 349101558603514thSF Flag of England.svg Steve Bloomer 25
1904–05 [18] 341281437483211thR1 Flag of England.svg Steve Bloomer 13
1905–06 [19] 381471739583515thR2 Flag of England.svg Steve Bloomer 12
1906–07 [20] 38992041592719thR3 Flag of Scotland.svg Jimmy Long 9
1907–08 [21] Div 238214137745466thR1 Flag of England.svg Alf Bentley 28
1908–09 [22] 381611115541435thSF Flag of England.svg Alf Bentley 32
1909–10 [23] 3822977247534thR2 Flag of England.svg Alf Bentley 31
1910–11 [24] 38178137352426thQF Flag of England.svg Steve Bloomer 24
1911–12 [25] 3823877428541stR2 Flag of England.svg Steve Bloomer 19
1912–13 [26] Div 138178136966427thR1 Flag of England.svg Harry Leonard 15
1913–14 [27] 388111955712720thR2 Flag of England.svg Horace Barnes 25
1914–15 [28] Div 23823787133531stR1 Flag of England.svg Jimmy Moore 22
No competitive football was played between 1915 and 1919 due to the World War I
1919–20 [29] Div 14213121747573818thR1 Flag of England.svg Noah Burton 13
1920–21 [30] 425162132582621stR2 Flag of Scotland.svg Bill Paterson 8
1921–22 [31] Div 2421591860643912thR1 Flag of England.svg Jimmy Moore 17
1922–23 [32] 4214111746502914thSF Flag of England.svg Jimmy Moore 17
1923–24 [33] 42219127554513rdR3 Flag of England.svg Harry Storer 27
1924–25 [34] 42221197136553rdR1 Flag of England.svg Albert Fairclough 22
1925–26 [35] 42257107742572ndR4 Flag of England.svg Harry Bedford 28
1926–27 [36] Div 1421771886734112thR4 Flag of England.svg Harry Bedford 26
1927–28 [37] 421710159683444thR4 Flag of England.svg Harry Bedford 28
1928–29 [38] 421810148671466thR4 Flag of England.svg Harry Bedford 30
1929–30 [39] 42218139082502ndR4 Flag of England.svg Harry Bedford 31
1930–31 [40] 421810149479466thR3 Flag of England.svg Jack Bowers 39
1931–32 [41] 4214101871753815thR5 Flag of England.svg Jack Bowers 26
1932–33 [42] 421514137669447thSF Flag of England.svg Jack Bowers 43
1933–34 [43] 421711146854454thR5 Flag of England.svg Jack Bowers 37
1934–35 [44] 42189158166456thR5 Flag of Scotland.svg Hughie Gallacher 24
1935–36 [45] 421812126152482ndQF Flag of Scotland.svg Hughie Gallacher 16
1936–37 [46] 42217149690494thR5 Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg Dai Astley 29
1937–38 [47] 4215101766874013thR3 Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg Dai Astley 17
1938–39 [48] 42198156655466thR3 Flag of England.svg Ronnie Dix
Flag of Scotland.svg Dave McCulloch
16
1939–40 Abandoned due to World War II
No competitive football was played between 1940 and 1946 due to the World War II
1945–46 [49] Suspended due to World War II W Flag of England.svg Raich Carter 12
1946–47 [50] Div 1421851973794114thR5 Flag of England.svg Raich Carter 21
1947–48 [51] 421912117757504thSF Flag of England.svg Reg Harrison 18
1948–49 [52] 42229117455533rdQF Flag of Scotland.svg Billy Steel 15
1949–50 [53] 4217101569614411thQF Flag of England.svg Jackie Stamps 29
1950–51 [54] 421681881754211thR4 Flag of England.svg Jack Lee 29
1951–52 [55] 421572063803717thR3 Flag of England.svg Johnny Morris
Flag of England.svg Jack Parry
11
1952–53 [56] 4211102159743222ndR3 Flag of England.svg Jack Lee 17
1953–54 [57] Div 24212111964823518thR3 Flag of Scotland.svg Hugh McLaren 11
1954–55 [58] 42792653822322ndR2 Flag of Scotland.svg Jimmy Dunn
Flag of England.svg Tommy Powell
Flag of England.svg Jesse Pye
8
1955–56 [59] Div 3 (N)462871111055632ndR2 Flag of England.svg Jack Parry 27
1956–57 [60] 462611911153631stR2 Flag of England.svg Ray Straw 37
1957–58 [61] Div 2421482060813616thR3 Flag of Ireland.svg Reg Ryan 14
1958–59 [62] 42208147471487thR3 Flag of England.svg Jack Parry 16
1959–60 [63] 421472161773518thR3 Flag of England.svg Peter Thompson 12
1960–61 [64] 4215101780804012thR3R3 Flag of England.svg Bill Curry 20
1961–62 [65] 4214111768753916thR4R3 Flag of England.svg Bill Curry 25
1962–63 [66] 4212121861723618thR4R3 Flag of England.svg Bill Curry
Flag of England.svg Barry Hutchinson
22
1963–64 [67] 4214111756673913thR3R2 Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg Alan Durban 11
1964–65 [68] 421611158479439thR3R2 Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg Alan Durban
Flag of England.svg Eddie Thomas
22
1965–66 [69] 421611157168438thR3R3 Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg Alan Durban
Flag of England.svg Eddie Thomas
17
1966–67 [70] 4212121868723617thR3R2 Flag of England.svg Kevin Hector 16
1967–68 [71] 4213101971783618thR3SF Flag of England.svg Kevin Hector 24
1968–69 [72] 42261156532631stR3QF Flag of England.svg Kevin Hector 20
1969–70 [73] Div 142229116437534thR5QF Flag of England.svg Kevin Hector
Flag of Scotland.svg John O'Hare
16
1970–71 [74] 421610165654429thR5R4 Fairs Cup Ban [lower-alpha 3] Flag of Scotland.svg John O'Hare 15
1971–72 [75] 42241086933581stR5R2 Flag of England.svg Alan Hinton 20
1972–73 [76] 42198155654467thQFR3 European Cup SF Flag of England.svg Kevin Hector 23
1973–74 [77] 421714115242483rdR4R2 Flag of England.svg Kevin Hector 19
1974–75 [78] 422111106749531stR5R3 UEFA Cup R3 Flag of England.svg Kevin Hector 21
1975–76 [79] 422111107558534thSFR3 Charity Shield W Flag of England.svg Charlie George 24
European Cup R2
1976–77 [80] 429191450553715thQFQF UEFA Cup R2 Flag of England.svg Charlie George 16
1977–78 [81] 4214131554594112thR5R3 Flag of Ireland.svg Gerry Daly 12
1978–79 [82] 4210112144713119thR3R3 Flag of Ireland.svg Gerry Daly 13
1979–80 [83] 421182347673021stR3R2 Flag of England.svg Alan Biley 9
1980–81 [84] Div 2421515125752456thR3R2 Flag of England.svg David Swindlehurst 11
1981–82 [85] 42121218536848 [lower-alpha 4] 16thR3R2 Ulster Banner.svg Kevin Wilson 9
1982–83 [86] 4210191349584913thR5R3 Flag of England.svg David Swindlehurst 11
1983–84 [87] 421192236724220thQFR2 Flag of England.svg Bobby Davison 18
1984–85 [88] Div 3 [lower-alpha 5] 461913146554707thR1R2 Flag of England.svg Bobby Davison 26
1985–86 [89] 46231588041843rdR5R3All English Clubs banned from
European competition due
to the Heysel Stadium disaster. [lower-alpha 6]
Flag of England.svg Bobby Davison 23
1986–87 [90] Div 24225986438841stR3R3 Flag of England.svg Bobby Davison 22
1987–88 [91] Div 14010131735454315thR3R2 Flag of England.svg Phil Gee
Flag of England.svg John Gregory
6
1988–89 [92] 38177144038585thR4R3 Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg Dean Saunders 15
1989–90 [93] 381371843404616thR3QF Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg Dean Saunders 21
1990–91 [94] 38592437752420thR3R4 Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg Dean Saunders 21
1991–92 [95] Div 246239146551783rdR4R3 League play-offs SF Flag of England.svg Paul Williams 16
1992–93 [96] Div 1 [lower-alpha 7] 46199186557668thQFR3 Anglo-Italian Cup R/U Flag of England.svg Paul Kitson 24
1993–94 [97] 462011157368716thR3R3 Anglo-Italian Cup DNQ Flag of England.svg Tommy Johnson 19
League play-offs R/U
1994–95 [98] 461812166651669thR3R4 Anglo-Italian Cup GS Flag of England.svg Marco Gabbiadini 13
1995–96 [99] 46211697151792ndR3R3 Flag of England.svg Dean Sturridge 20
1996–97 [100] Prem 3811131445584612thQFR2 Flag of England.svg Dean Sturridge 14
1997–98 [101] 38167155249559thR4R4 Flag of Costa Rica.svg Paulo Wanchope 17
1998–99 [102] 381313124045528thQFR3 Flag of Jamaica.svg Deon Burton 12
1999–2000 [103] 389111844573816thR3R3 Flag of Ireland.svg Rory Delap 8
2000–01 [104] 3810121637594217thR4R4 Flag of England.svg Malcolm Christie 12
2001–02 38862433633019thR3R3 Flag of Italy.svg Fabrizio Ravanelli 11
2002–03 Div 1 461572455745218thR3R2 Flag of England.svg Malcolm Christie
Flag of England.svg Lee Morris
9
2003–04 4613132053675220thR3R1 Flag of England.svg Ian Taylor 12
2004–05 Champ [lower-alpha 8] 462210147160764thR4R1 League play-offs SF Flag of Poland.svg Grzegorz Rasiak 17
2005–06 4610201653675020thR4R1 Flag of Spain.svg Iñigo Idiakez 11
2006–07 46259126246843rd [lower-alpha 9] R5R2 League play-offs W Flag of Scotland.svg Steve Howard 19
2007–08 Prem 38182920891120thR4R2 Flag of Scotland.svg Kenny Miller 6
2008–09 Champ 4614122055675418thR5SF Flag of England.svg Rob Hulse 18
2009–10 4615112053635614thR5R1 Flag of England.svg Rob Hulse 12
2010–11 4613102358714919thR3R1 Flag of Scotland.svg Kris Commons 13
2011–12 4618101850586412thR4R1 Flag of England.svg Steve Davies
Flag of Jamaica.svg Theo Robinson
12
2012–13 4616131765626110thR4R1 Ulster Banner.svg Jamie Ward 12
2013–14 462510118452853rdR3R3 League play-offs R/U Flag of Scotland.svg Chris Martin 25
2014–15 462114118556778thR5R5 Flag of Scotland.svg Chris Martin 21
2015–16 462115106643785thR4R1 League play-offs SF Flag of Scotland.svg Chris Martin 15
2016–17 461813155450679thR4R3 Flag of England.svg Tom Ince 15
2017–18 462015116948756thR3R2 League play-offs SF Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Matěj Vydra 22
2018–19 462014126954746thR5R4 League play-offs R/U Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg Harry Wilson 18
2019–20 4617131662646410thR5R2 Flag of Scotland.svg Chris Martin
Flag of England.svg Martyn Waghorn
12
2020–21 4611112436584421stR3R2 Flag of Turkey.svg Colin Kazim-Richards 8

Key

ChampionsRunners-up Promoted Relegated

Notes

  1. Goals in all competitions (English Football League or Premier League, FA Cup, EFL Cup, Charity Shield and European) are counted.
  2. At the beginning of the 1892–93 season, the Football League expanded to include a second division; the existing division (which Derby were playing in) was renamed the First Division.
  3. Derby qualified for the Fairs Cup, but were banned from competing due to financial irregularities.
  4. At the beginning of the 1981–82 season, the Football League changed the points system from two to three points for a win.
  5. At the beginning of the 1958–59 season, the Football League's Third Division (North) and Third Division (South) were replaced by a national Third Division and a national Fourth Division; therefore, Derby competed in the national Third Division upon relegation in 1984.
  6. Had English clubs not been banned from competing in European competition, Derby would have taken part in the UEFA Cup in the 1989–90 season.
  7. At the beginning of the 1992–93 season, the clubs in the Football League First Division broke away to form the FA Premier League; as a result, the Football League's three remaining divisions were renamed: the Second Division (which Derby were playing in) became the First Division, the Third Division became the Second Division and the Fourth Division became the Third Division.
  8. At the beginning of the 2004–05 season, the Football League renamed its divisions: the First Division (which Derby were playing in) became The Championship, the Second Division became League One and the Third Division became League Two.
  9. Promoted via the play-offs.

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