My Story:

This is the Mitre Tensile club issued version used by Derby County in the 2010/2011 English Football League Championship season.

According to Wikipedia: Derby County Football Club is an English football club based in Derby, England. Notable for being one of the twelve founder members of the Football League in 1888, it is one of only ten clubs to have competed in every season of the English football league and, according to the all-time ranking published in 2009 by the International Federation of Football History and Statistics, an organization recognised by FIFA, based on clubs’ performance in international competitions, were ranked 137th in the top 200 European football teams of the 20th century.

Derby County F.C. 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 the English football league. The club’s competitive peak came in the 1970s when it had two spells as English League Champions and competed in major European competitions on four separate occasions, reaching the European Cup semi-finals, as well as winning several minor trophies. The club was also a strong force in the interwar years of the football league and also won the 1945–46 FA Cup.

The club adopted its now traditional black and white club colours in the 1890s and appropriated its club nickname “The Rams”, a tribute to its links with the First Regiment of Derby Militia, which took a ram as its mascot and the song “The Derby Ram” as its regimental song,at the same time. Home games are played at the Pride Park Stadium, located in Pride Park, Derby, where the club moved in 1997.

 

The Official Story:

I have not seen one yet since this is a club issued ball.  The story for the generic Mitre Tensile should be good enough.

 

Technical Story:

Made in Pakistan.

FIFA Approved Code: 219.R4T

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