Exeter City make the trip to Pride Park to face Derby County in Sky Bet League One action on Tuesday night, 7:45pm.
Making the trip, check out all you need to know:
The match is all-ticket, meaning there are no pay on the night sales. Tickets are on sale until 9am on Tuesday, October 24 online.
We have been allocated 870 tickets for this fixture, which all-ticket, and are priced as follows:
- Adults - £16
- Senior 65+ - £12
- YA 18-21 - £12
- Junior 13-17 - £8
- Child 6-12* - £4
- Infant 2-5* - free
*must be purchased alongside a parent/guardian 18+. All aged 15 and under must be accompanied by someone 18+. Under 2s are not permitted entry.
Tickets must be purchased in advance - no on the day sales.
Disabled supporters must pay relevant age category plus free assistant. Disabled parking can be booked for blue badge holders or those with temporary mobility restrictions at a cost of £10 by calling 01332 667528 or email email@example.com.
Pride Park is a cashless stadium.
How to Buy
Tickets are available via your online ticketing account or in the club shop.
- Name: Pride Park
- Opened: 1997
- Capacity: 33,597
- Address: Pride Park, Derby, DE24 8XL
Pride Park is one of the biggest stadiums in League One and is an all-seater Stadium. It was opened in 1997 and is the 16th largest stadium in England.
The stadium is Located on Pride Park, a business park on the outskirts of Derby city centre, the stadium was built as part of the commercial redevelopment of the area in the 1990s.
Away fans are located in the South East Corner Stand.
How to get there
Exit the M1 at Junction 25 and follow the A52 West towards Derby.
Remain on the A52 for 51⁄2 miles until you reach the junction for Pride Park.
Follow the exit slip road to the Wyvern Way roundabout and once there go straight on (2nd exit) to join Derwent Parade.
Go straight on (second exit) at the first roundabout you reach, which is next to the stadium, and turn left (first exit) at the second roundabout you reach – onto Royal Way.
The Toyota West Car Park is the first turning on your left.
Please click here to plan your journey.
Grecian Travel, completely run by the Supporters' Club, and not for profit, is available for City's trip to Derby County.
- The coach will depart from Unit 1 nightclub at 12.30pm for a fare of £40
Other pick-up points include: Honiton Road park and ride (by Miller and Carter Steakhouse), junction 28 (Cullompton services), junction 27 (Tiverton), junction 25 (Taunton). All other pick-ups by prior arrangement.
Currently Grecian Travel can only be booked directly.
For more information or to book please contact Simon Carnall on email at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
There is dedicated car parking for disabled away supporters. Spaces are allocated first come first serve at a cost of £10 and must be booked by calling 01332 667528 or by emailing email@example.com.
At the Stadium
The away supporters section of Pride Park Stadium is located in the South East Corner Stand. This section is clearly signposted around the stadium but please speak with our stewarding team or Matchday Supporter Liaison Officers (MSLO’s) if you need assistance in finding your way.
When you arrive at Pride Park Stadium there are a number of outlets of information available to you. Firstly their stewarding team are strategically located in their high visibility uniforms on hand to give assistance with any questions which you may have, they have a high knowledge of local amenities and stadium access – if they do not know a piece of information they will endeavour to find someone that does.
Derby's designated MSLO’s will be on hand to deal with any of your queries too. Look for their blue Fans First jacket!
Upon arrival to the stadium you may need to withdraw cash from an ATM; luckily we have one built into the stadium. This ATM is located on the North East external corner and is next to the DCFC Megastore. The next nearest ATM is at Sainsbury’s Wyvern.
Food and Drink
Pubs for Away Fans
Taken from the football ground guide:
With Pride Park being located in a retail park/industrial estate then there is little choice in the way of drinking outlets. Pete Stump informs me; ‘On a recent visit, the police directed us to a “Harvester” about five minutes walk away from the stadium. It was full of away fans, however, we were told that they don’t always admit visiting supporters.’ Nigel Summers a visiting Brighton fan adds; ‘The Navigation Inn on London Road, is okay for away supporters. It has free street parking outside, is on the A6 (so an easy getaway after the game) and it is just a ten minute walk away from the stadium. There is a basic burger and chips food menu, decent beers, including Doom Bar on my last visit and shows televised football. Home fans also frequent the pub, but it was friendly enough.’ Across the road from the Navigation Inn is the Derby Conference Centre which has a bar facility inside and welcomes visiting supporters. You can also park at the centre at a cost of £5. A discount off a particular beer inside the centre is sometimes offered for those who park there.
There are a few pubs opposite Derby Railway Station, but they are for home supporters only. A couple of exceptions are the Station Inn on Midland Road and a little further along the Tiffany Lounge, both of which are only a few minutes walk away. If not wearing colours and arriving early then further along the Railway Terrace you may be able to enjoy a decent ale at the Brunswick Inn or the nearby Alexandra Hotel, both of which are included in the CAMRA Good Beer Guide. If you have time on your hands and don’t arrive mob-handed, then it may be best to wander into the city centre where there are plenty of pubs to be found. Jon Thompson a visiting Sheffield United fan informs me; ‘We ended up in the Exeter Arms on Meadow Road, which I’d highly recommend, is about a 15 minute walk from there to Pride Park.’ There are bars at the back of the stands, offering pints of Lager or Cider (both £4.30), however they do get, quite crowded.
If you enjoy your real ale, then Derby is somewhat of a ‘Mecca’ destination for the discerning drinker. With a staggering 18 pub entries in the CAMRA Good Beer Guide, most of which are located fairly central, plus a host of other good pubs too, it may be an idea to arrive earlier and explore some of these fine watering holes.
If arriving by train from Birmingham New Street, then another alternative is to stop off at Burton-on-Trent. There are a few good pubs within a couple of minutes walk from the station, including the Last Heretic on Station Street (just turn right out of the station and it is down on the right. This pub serves real ale, cider, craft lagers and has a large beer garden.
At the time of writing, the weather forecast is for highs of 14 during the match with a chance of rain, so make sure you take a coat!
The total distance from Exeter to Pride Park is 212 miles and will take around three and a half hours each way.