Pádraig Delargy, Ciara Ferguson, Amy Hamilton and Tiarnán Heaney have been confirmed as the candidates.
Nominations for the seats closed on Sunday night.
The four will be vying to replace Martina Anderson and Karen Mullan who will not returning to the Assembly this month.
Both are stepping back from frontline politics following an internal party review urged them to step down following disastrous election results in the local government and Westminster elections in 2019.
The party lost five council seats and SDLP leader Colum Eastwood wrestle back by the Foyle Westminster seat from Sinn Fein’s Elisha McCallion with a landslide victory.
Said Sinn Fein’s group leader in Derry Councillor Sandra Duffy: “We are delighted at the calibre of those going forward for the selection conventions.
“They are all hard-working and dedicated activists who bring a great deal of experience and enthusiasm to the task ahead.
“This is clearly a new era for the party in Derry and the successful candidates will be taking up their roles at a crucial time for politics right across the island.
“They will have a huge part to play in ensuring commitments to the north west on issues like Magee, the detox centre, housing and health services are honoured as well as delivering Sinn Féin’s vision to create jobs and investment as part of a thriving, vibrant, modern city and region.
“And as part of an all-island party with representation right across the 32 counties, they will be part of an ever growing Sinn Féin team dedicated to protecting the Good Friday Agreement, preventing any hardening of the border and ensuring that Derry takes its rightful place in a United Ireland at the heart of an economically reinvigorated north west region.”
The party’s group leader on the local Council also paid tribute to the party’s outgoing MLAs Karen Mullan and Martina Anderson.
“Martina and Karen are and remain two highly-respected and extremely hard-working activists.
“They have both taken up important new roles within the party and I thank them for all the hard work they have done on behalf of this constituency and this party.
“We all look forward to continuing that hard work in partnership with them in the future as we move forward together with positivity and energy to deliver for Derry and secure and win a Unity referendum.”Tags: