Heading to Derby on Monday evening? Here's everything you need to know about an away day at Pride Park...
The travelling Addicks will be housed in one corner of the stadium, between the East and South stands. The facilities are very good, as is the legroom and the all-important view of the action. Entrance via the stadium is via electric turnstiles where you will need to scan your ticket to gain entry.
A selection of Pukka pies are available on the concourses within the ground, as well as pasties. There are also catering units which offer burgers, hot dogs and the like. With the stadium situated next to a retail park, there is plenty of option next door including Frankie and Benny’s, Subway, Chiquito and Harvester, as well as a global cuisine restaurant named Seven. Also nearby are McDonald’s, Burger, Costa Coffee and a Sainsbury’s.
With the ground being in a retail park, there are not many options in terms of pubs nearby. Fans are able to drink in the Harvester, while the Navigation Inn on London Road is another option where food is also available.
The pubs near to the railway station are reserved for home fans only with the exception of the Station Inn and the Tiffany Lounge.
Postcode is DE24 8XL. There is a designated away fans car park located at the Derby Conference Centre on the A6 London Road (DE24 8UX), which costs £5 per car. After parking up there you need to go into the Conference Centre Reception to pay for your parking. There is also a car park at the Derby Arena, adjacent to the stadium which costs £8.
Pride Park is a 10-minute walk from Derby station. Trains run from London Euston to Tamworth (Less that 90 minutes), before swapping to jump on a connecting train to Derby (around 20 minutes).
However, the last train from Derby back to Tamworth is at 9.31pm. The last train from Tamworth back to London Euston is at 11.07pm.
687 Addicks purchased tickets in advance for Monday night's game. Tickets will be available from the stadium on the night at the below prices...