12:53 20 February 2013
By DCFC Media
Located within this page are all the key details you need to know about Pride Park Stadium.
Derby County Football Club
Pride Park Stadium
Telephone 0871 472 1884
About Pride Park Stadium
Pride Park stadium has been Derby County's home ground since 1997, when the club relocated from its former home, The Baseball Ground. As well as Rams' home games, the stadium is used for a range of non-matchday activities including conferences, weddings and other sporting events. In recent years, the stadium has hosted concerts by major international music artists, monster trucks and international friendly football matches and boasts a capacity of 33,010 seats.
Find out more about Pride Park Stadium at: prideparkstadium.com.
Getting To The Stadium
Pride Park stadium is well situated for 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.
Derby County launched a Matchday Travel website in early 2013, allowing supporters the opportunity to plan their journey to Pride Park.
The website provides details of how to travel by car, train, bus, foot or bike - including details of where to park.
This is suitable for matchday and non-matchday travel.
The Travel Website can be found by visiting: http://wearederby.com/?option=com_ramstravel.
Around the Ground
Fast food and soft drinks are on sale inside the concourses at Pride Park, 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.
The Crown & Cushion Pub on London Road - just up from the train station - is recommended as an away supporter friendly pub - while Pride Park boasts a number of family friendly pubs and restaurants within a few minutes' walk of the Stadium.
If you have any further questions about your visit to Pride Park Stadium, please feel free to contact Derby County on 0871 472 1884.