Tickets for Derby County’s eagerly-anticipated East Midlands derby at Nottingham Forest later this month today went on sale to membership holders.
The Rams will make the short journey across Brian Clough Way on Sunday 30th September (1:15pm kick-off), for their first local derby of the season.
Having done the double over the Reds last season, Nigel Clough’s men will travel across Brian Clough Way looking for their third consecutive victory over their fiercest rivals.
Last season’s clash at the City Ground saw Derby come from a goal, and a man, down to win 2-1. Andy Reid put Forest ahead inside the opening three minutes after Frank Fielding was sent off for a professional foul – but Derby stormed back to take all three points thanks to goals from Jamie Ward and Jeff Hendrick.
A total of 3,781 tickets have been allocated for Rams fans at the City Ground, which cost £32 for adults, £24 for senior citizens, £16 for under-18s and £8 for under-12s.
Membership holders have a two-day window to purchase their tickets before season ticket holders can obtain tickets from 9am on Wednesday 12th September. The general sale will commence on Friday 14th September.
With demand for tickets expected to be high, the Club is advising fans to purchase a membership in order to secure their ticket prior to the season ticket holder and general sale. Adult memberships are available from just £25, and more details can be found by clicking here.
Supporters are able to purchase tickets in person from the Digonex Ticket Office, by calling 0871 472 1884 (option 1) or by logging on to WeAreDerby.com.