Derby County will face Birmingham City at Pride Park Stadum in the Sky Bet Championship at the end of this month - and tickets are available for the game are available to buy.


Derby will face the Blues on Sunday 30th January 2022 (1:30pm kick-off).

Supporters are advised to buy tickets as early as possible and if they wish to purchase match tickets on arrival ahead of kick-off, please do so as early as possible to avoid queues and potentially missing the start of the game.

Fans wishing to purchase a ticket on arrival at Pride Park Stadium are requested to ensure they have a Fan ID created on dcfc.co.uk to avoid the time-consuming process and to help provide a smooth customer service process.

Season Ticket Holders should note they no longer need to process their match ticket(s) online as Season Ticket Cards are now active for home league matches.

Derby County Vs Birmingham City
Sunday 30th January 2022 (1:30pm kick-off)
Sky Bet Championship (Level B Fixture)

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Important Ticket Information...

* 2021/22 Season Ticket Holders' cards are now active and available to use.

* Derby County Membership Holders have the chance to purchase a ticket with 10% Discount off the General Admission Match Ticket Price.

* Match Tickets are available until 1pm online on the day of the match and until kick-off from the Ticket Office in person.

* Please ensure you use your Fan ID when logging in to the club’s ticketing platform.

Covid-19 Passes...

It is now a legal requirement for all supporters aged 18 and over to show proof of their Covid Certification status prior to being granted access to Pride Park Stadium on a matchday.

As outlined by the UK Government in December 2021, any venue that has an attendance of more than 10,000 people is subject to the new rules.

Covid-19 Website Section

For all the key information for home and away supporters - including FAQS, Code of Conduct details and more information on COVID-19 passes - a specific COVID-19 section has been created on dcfc.co.uk.

This can be found directly at dcfc.co.uk/covid19.

Covid-19 Pass

To ensure that you can continue to watch Derby County at Pride Park Stadium in person and in a safe manner, it is imperative that you play your part by ensuring you have a valid COVID-19 Pass or proof of certification in advance of matchday.

For full details about the NHS COVID-19 Pass, which includes information on how to obtain valid certification of the COVID-19 vaccine, please CLICK HERE.


Be Prepared

To Be Prepared, supporters are advised to take note of the following points before watching a match at Pride Park Stadium.

* Check the Derby County COVID-19 guidance in advance of a home matchday on dcfc.co.uk and read the club’s COVID Code of Conduct.

* Ensure you have a valid form of COVID-19 certification in your possession before you leave for Pride Park Stadium, or you will not be permitted entry.

* The best form of Certification is the COVID-19 pass. You can download the COVID-19 digital pass using the designated NHS App or to your wallet or camera roll, in case there is no signal.

* Make sure your COVID-19 pass is easily accessible to ensure efficiency and speed of access when approaching the turnstiles.

* Bring your original printed NHS COVID-19 Pass with you on the day of each fixture, if you are unable to use the digital version.

* A negative Lateral Flow test result will be permissible, should you be unable to provide a COVID-19 pass

Be Early

The turnstiles at Pride Park Stadium will open 90 minutes ahead of kick-off on a home matchday.

The club strongly recommends supporters give themselves plenty of time before making their journey to Pride Park Stadium to ensure they can be in their seats in good time.

It is recommended having your COVID-19 Certification pass ready to show as you approach Pride Park Stadium. If you are using the digital pass, make sure you have it saved to your electronic wallet and/or as a screen shot in your photo library. This will prevent any delay if your network coverage or the NHS App is unavailable.

If you are using a digital COVID-19 Pass, please remember to make sure your phone has enough battery.

Face Coverings

If you are aged 11 or over, it is mandatory to wear a face covering in all indoor areas of the stadium such as the concourse and toilet areas.

Test Before Travel

Those who are not yet double vaccinated will need to take a lateral flow test within 48 hours of attending the match.

If the test returns a positive result, then you must NOT attend the fixture and follow the correct procedures as advised by the NHS.

Further information about COVID-19 is available HERE.

Don't Travel If You Are Unwell

Even if double-vaccinated, you must not attend or travel to Pride Park Stadium if you, or anybody attending with you, is suffering from COVID-19 symptoms, feels unwell, or is required to self-isolate.

Useful Information

* How to get an NHS COVID-19 Pass - Click Here.

* How to download a digital NHS COVID-19 Pass - Click Here.

* Further information about COVID-19 - Click Here.

Car Parking...

In conjunction with Derby City Council, an online booking system for Pride Park Stadium matchday car parking, priced £8.50 per car.

Seasonal Parking Pass holders are not required to book online but must continue to display their car park hanger on the day to avoid incurring a fine.

Non-Seasonal Parking Pass holders are advised that parking in Car Park A or B without booking via the link provided below risk incurring a fine.

For more information and to reserve your space in advance of attending any first team match, visit secure.mipermit.com/derby/Account/PayAndStayAdd.aspx.

If you have any questions regarding the matchday parking ticket, please email [email protected].

Contact Information/Current Ticket Office Opening Hours...

Ticket Office Counters (located at Pride Park Stadium with parking available in the West Stand car park)

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday - 10am-4pm

Home Matchday - 10am-Kick-Off

Ticket Office Phone Lines (by calling 0871 472 1884 - Calls cost 13p per minute, plus your phone company's access charge)

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday - 10am-4pm

Ticket Office Email Helpdesk (by emailing [email protected])

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday - 9am-5pm