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Awayday Guide: Derby County

4th April 2017

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Getting to Pride Park


M1, exit at Junction 25 and take the A52 towards Derby. The ground is signposted off the A52 after about seven miles. There are two fairly large car parks at the Velodrome next to Pride Park, which is next to the away supporters entrance. The cost of parking is £8 per car, or £6 if the car has four or more people in it. 


Pride Park is about a 10 minute walk away from Derby Railway Station and is signposted very well sign posted.


Fulham fans can purchase tickets on the gate tonight. Derby are only accepting cash sales, with trickets priced at £25 for adults£18.50 for those aged over 65 and £15.50 for those under 18.


  • The Brunswick (Railway Terrace, Derby, DE1 2RU) –Familiar haunt for away fans, especially Fulham supporters who fondly remember congregating by the station on previous visits. The Brunswick is a traditional railway terrace tavern that sells local beer and provides the usual pub grub.
  • The Alexandra Hotel (203 Siddals Rd, Derby DE1 2QE) is probably your best bet if you after real ale in the centre of Derby. The Alexandra will serve eight guest ales from a number of different microbreweries and is a four minute walk from the station.
  • The Navigation Inn (805 London Road, Wilmorton, Derby, DE24 8UU) is the closest real-ale option near to Pride Park. The front room bar has been refurnished and retains some of the original features of an inn that was built in 1798. Prepare for it to be very busy in the run up to the game.

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