Founded in 2014, the team has gone from strength to strength since its inception and was promoted to IAFA1 in 2017 after a very successful undefeated 2016 season resulting in the team winning the IAFA2 bowl.
Last year the Vipers made the playoffs for the second year in a row only to fall short of making the final.
The Donegal and Derry based outfit has a large roster of players and is looking to expand further in 2019 and beyond with eyes on a potential youth team to further bolster the team and community for future generations.
Head Coach Pauric Rose, said: “Whether you’re a sports athlete star looking to try something new in American Football or a lazy couch potato looking to get into shape.
“This is the sport for you. There’s something for everyone requiring all kinds of body types and mindsets. Even if you know nothing about American Football now, that will soon change.
“The majority of the team began with zero American Football knowledge and now know the vital importance of a 3rd down conversion or what a ‘hold’ is.
“Last year we made the playoffs only to fall short of making the final. If you believe you’ve got that special edge to take us to the next level.”
Everyone is encouraged to visit www.ddvipers.com to sign up for the tryouts, age, ability and fitness levels are no substitute for hard work determination and guts. Everyone can become a Viper.