Derby County Women will face local rivals Nottingham Forest Women at Pride Park Stadium in the FA Women's National League Northern Premier Division on Sunday 31st March (2pm kick-off).

The Ewes usually play their home games at the Don Amott Arena, the home of Mickleover FC, but they will face the Reds at the club’s main home for the fifth time in recent years for what is their highest-profile clash of the campaign.

Derby will go into the contest looking to do the double over Forest after they claimed an impressive 2-1 victory at the City Ground back in October before a crowd of just over 6,000 fans.

Tickets for the Easter Sunday clash, with seating available in the East Stand only, are on sale in-person from the Ticket Office and online via

They are priced:

£5 - Adults (Age 22-64)

£3 - Concessions (Age 6-21 and 65+)

FREE for Infants (Age 2-5)

The Women’s first team formally became part of the main club last summer and this integration has allowed Sam Griffiths’ side to continue using the facilities available at Moor Farm Training Ground, establish their own playing and coaching hub, and accelerate their women’s football programme.

Important: One Fan ID will be required per transaction, not per ticket. There will be no booking fees for either in-person or online ticket purchases, but there will be £2 per transaction charge for tickets to be delivered via post.