Away Day Guide – Derby County
This may have moved to a Friday evening fixture, but it’s still usually a popular one with Fulham fans and with the long weekend and the high chance of goals we’ll be hoping to see as many of you there as possible. Here’s our away day guide.
To be confirmed.
GETTING TO PRIDE PARK
Leave the M1 at Junction 25 and join the A52 heading towards Derby. Follow the signs for Pride Park Stadium. The designated away fans’ car park is at the Derby Conference Centre – on the A6 London Road (DE24 8UX), priced at £5 per vehicle.
Pride Park is about a ten minute walk from Derby station and should be found simply enough following the signs from the station itself. There is a new exit that takes you out from the station via the retail park.
Coach prices and times to be confirmed
There are very view away supporter friendly pubs in the vicinity of Pride Park. Fulham fans have been previously been directed to the Harvester closest to the ground, but your best bet is probably the Navigation Inn (805 London Road, Alvaston, Derby DE24 8UU), which offers a wide selection of beers and a basic – but tasty – food menu. The Derby Conference Centre (London Road, Alvaston, Derby DE24 8UX) has also previously welcomed away fans. The Exeter Arms (Exeter Place, Derby, DE1 2EU) has also served Fulham fans in the past. If you are planning to drink in Derby, you are advised to cover up colours and perhaps try one of eighteen pubs in the CAMRA good beer guide.
Alcohol is available in the bars at the back of the stands but please do be aware that these are likely to get pretty crowded.