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Offline martin@ardenley

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Derby County
« on: June 01, 2016, 12:30:35 PM »
Derby County Football Club
The iPro Stadium, Pride Park
Derby, DE24 8XL

Telephone Number: 0871 472 1884
Ticket Office: 0871 472 1884 (opt 1)
Email Address:
Ticket Office Email Address:
Disabled Liaison Officer: 0871 472 1884 (option 1) Email:


The iPro Stadium has access to the national rail network with Derby station just a 10 minute walk away, while the A50, A52, A38 and the M1 motorway are also nearby for visitors travelling by car. East Midlands Airport is around 20 minutes away.


Parking for away supporters is provided at the Derby Conference Centre on London Road (A6), which is located at DE24 8UX about a 10-15 minute walk from iPro Stadium. There is space for 200 vehicles, and the charge is 5 per car. As you come into Derby you can follow the brown road signs for away supporter parking which will guide you towards the Conference Centre.


When driving to the iPro on a matchday please bear in mind that the roads around the stadium get very busy, particularly after the match. As such, we strongly recommend that you share your car journey with other supporters, or look into other options available to you.


You can get a train to Derby Station then walk ( map here )

Park & Ride

A matchday shuttle bus running from Morledge in Derby City Centre.
A matchday bus service from the Brewery Tap pub in the centre of Derby (league matches only).
A Park & Ride Bus Service from The Moon Hotel in Spondon.
The number 23 bus service from Ilkeston.

Further details of these bus services here

Eat & Drink

Fast food and soft drinks are on sale inside the concourses at the iPro Stadium, where you can watch the pre-match build-up on plasma screen TVs before heading into the stands to watch pre-match footage on the Big Screen located inside the stadium.

Pride Park has a number of family friendly pubs and restaurants within a few minutes' walk of the Stadium.

« Last Edit: July 05, 2016, 01:03:34 PM by martin@ardenley »


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