Tickets for Derby County's Sky Bet Championship trip to Charlton Athletic on Saturday 19th October (3pm kick-off) are still available to purchase - but seats are being snapped up fast.


Phillip Cocu’s side travel to The Valley to face Lee Bowyer’s side following the second international break of the season and Derby have been allocated 3,114 tickets.

Tickets will be available to purchase in advance until 4pm the day before the game and already over 2,900 have been bought.

Ticket prices are as follows:

Adults (21-64): £24
Seniors (65+):
£19
Under 21s (18-20):
£19
Full Time Students (NUS):
£15
Under 18s (11-17):
£12
Under 11s (2-10)*:
£5

* Supporters aged 10 and below must be accompanied by someone aged 18 or above

A £1 per ticket booking fee will be payable for all tickets purchased online or over the phone, while a £1 per transaction delivery fee will be payable if tickets are requested to be posted.

Supporters can buy their tickets from the Ticket Office at Pride Park Stadium by calling 0871 472 1884 (option 1) ^ or online right here on dcfc.co.uk.

To become an Away Membership Holder for the 2019/20 campaign and ensure you are in line to purchase away tickets first, visit: dcfc.co.uk/toptix/memberships.

^ Calls cost 13p per minute, plus your phone company's access charge.

Matchday Tickets

Derby fans can also purchase tickets on arrival at The Valley, with 150 seats available on a first-come first-served basis from 1pm on Saturday at the South Stand Ticket Office, with payment by cash only.

Matchday ticket prices are as follows:

Adults (21-64): £27
Seniors (65+):
£22
Under 21s (18-20):
£22
Full Time Students (NUS):
£18
Under 18s (11-17):
£12
Under 11s (2-10)*:
£5

Club Travel

The Roadrider will depart from Pride Park Stadium at 9:15am on the day of the game.

Seats are priced as follows:

Away Members - Adults: £26 | Under-16s: £20
Non-Members - Adults: £31 | Under-16s: £24

All collections will be available from the Derby County Ticket Office presented by SeatGeek. Derby County do not offer collections from away stadiums.