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Please use the below drop down menu to answer any queries you may have and to view our Ticketing policies:
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If you have any questions regarding tickets please contact the Derby County Ticket Office presented by SeatGeek through one of the following platforms:
Buying tickets for a Derby County game at Pride Park Stadium really could not be easier.
The club prides itself on having a wide selection of ways for customers to purchase match tickets, online, over the phone and in store at the Derby County Ticket Office presented by SeatGeek.
All you will need is an online account on the dcfc.co.uk website, you can register for an account here! Once you have logged in please feel free to browse all available tickets using the Main Menu at the top of the site.
All tickets and memberships are also available in store at the Derby County Ticket Office presented by SeatGeek located in the North West corner of Pride Park Stadium near to the Clough Taylor statue. Please do check opening times before making your journey to the Ticket Office, opening times can be found in the above drop down menu. Directions to Pride Park can be found here. Parking for the purchase of tickets is available in the West Car Park, please note this is subject to events at Pride Park stadium.
Over The Telephone
Should you prefer, you can also purchase ticket by telephone on 0871 472 1884* (Option 1) - please note, calls cost 13p per minute plus your phone company’s access charge. Telephone sales are subject to the Ticket Office opening times which can be found in the above drop down menu.
Match Ticket Pricing Details
The Rams will operate a fixed pricing model, with prices for matches being set approximately six to seven weeks prior to each league fixture.
Home tickets may be restricted for sale to registered supporters only, should the visiting team sell out their away allocation.
Derby County guarantees its Season Ticket Holders that no seat in the same block of the stadium will be sold cheaper than the price they have paid for that seat, for their age concession for each league match. Pricing information can be requested at any time from the Ticket Office.
Home match tickets are non-refundable.
Age related concessions are based on the supporters’ age as of the date of the fixture that they wish to buy a ticket for. Proof of date of birth will be required. If a fixture is rearranged for any reason and the concession ticket was purchased prior to the rearrangement, then the club will honour the concession ticket.
Age related concessions will be offered to Senior Citizens aged 65 years and over, Young Adults aged 18 to 21, Youth aged 13 to 17, Juniors aged 6 to 12 and Infants aged 2-5.
Tickets for children aged from 2 to 5 will be available in all areas of Pride Park stadium (excluding hospitality).
Children aged 15 or under must be accompanied by, and sat directly next to, an Adult aged at least 18 years old at a maximum ratio of four children to every one Adult.
Derby County charge a booking fee of £1 per ticket for home and away games when booking tickets via the phone line or online. The club does not charge any booking fees for payments made in person at the Ticket Office. Please note that these booking fees relate to Derby County Football Club home, away and cup fixtures only, other events per products may vary.
There is a postal fee of £2 per transaction. There is no delivery charge for tickets left for collection, Print@Home or sent via mobile ticket.
Ticketing Terms and Conditions apply
General Admission Ticket Terms and Conditions
These Conditions apply to the sale by Derby County (The Rams) Limited (“the Club”) of all Tickets to Supporters. By purchasing a Ticket, You agree to these terms and conditions of issue.
1. Issue of Tickets
1.1 The issue of a Ticket and subsequent access to the Ground is subject to the Terms & Conditions of Entry.
1.2 Tickets are for the use of supporters only. By applying for the Ticket and/or using the Ticket You warrant and represent that You are a supporter of the Club (“Supporter”).
1.3 Home tickets may be restricted for sale to registered supporters only, should the visiting team sell out their away allocation.
2. Contact Details
2.1 It is Your responsibility to keep Your contact details up to date. You can review and amend Your contact details online via the Club’s Website.
2.2 If you have an account registered with Derby County Football Club You must notify the Club if You change Your address during the Season.
3. Ticket Purchases
3.1 Match Ticket Purchases
3.1.1 Tickets can be purchased via the Club’s Website, telephone booking line, or in person at the Ticket Office at the Ground. A non-refundable booking fee will be payable for purchases via the Club Website and telephone booking line.
3.1.2 If You wish to purchase a Group Asset matchday experience which includes 10 plus Tickets for any Home League Match at Pride Park Stadium, please contact the group booking department at the Club (contact details available upon request).
3.1.3 The Club reserves the right to refuse to sell a Ticket to any person that it considers to be unsuitable. Any Supporter considered to be unsuitable after the purchase of a Ticket may have their Ticket cancelled at any time, and dependent on the circumstances, a refund may not be given.
3.1.4 The price payable for each Ticket shall be as set out on the Website or as otherwise notified by the Club from time to time. Unless expressly stated otherwise, all prices are inclusive of VAT.
3.1.5 Age related concessionary rates for Tickets are available at the discretion of the Club – age related concessions are based on the age of the supporter using the ticket on the day of the match. The Club reserves the right to ask Supporters to produce evidence of their date of birth upon request. Failure to provide this may result in the cancellation of the Ticket(s) in question, unless the Supporter chooses to pay the additional amount required to upgrade the Ticket(s).
3.1.6 For disabled persons, the Club shall provide, in its sole discretion, assistance by way of a complimentary personal assistant where it is deemed necessary (subject to availability and supporting evidence upon request).
3.1.7 By applying to purchase one or a number of Tickets, You are making an offer to the Club. A contract for the supply of the Tickets (and any associated benefits) is formed when the Club receives payment for the Tickets, in cleared funds and has issued the Ticket to You.
3.1.8 The Club accepts payment by the following methods:
220.127.116.11 The Club no longer accepts cash payments
18.104.22.168 cheque made payable to “Derby County (The Rams) Limited” (for Tickets purchased at the Ticket Office);
22.214.171.124 valid visa debit card; and
126.96.36.199 valid credit card, excluding American Express.
3.1.9 If the payment methods or details are declined when the Club attempts to retrieve payment for any Tickets or any associated fees:
188.8.131.52 the Club shall use reasonable endeavours to contact You (using the contact details it holds on file) to arrange for payment;
184.108.40.206 if the Club has made reasonable attempts to contact You but has been unsuccessful, the affected Tickets may be cancelled; and
220.127.116.11 You shall be liable to the Club for any bank or administrative charges incurred by the Club under this clause
3.1.10 Tickets can be collected from the Ticket Office upon the presentation of the credit/debit card used for payment, and/or presentation of valid ID, along with the name and address of the cardholder. If the cardholder is not collecting the Tickets a signed letter/email from the cardholder must be presented to the Ticket Office as evidence of their consent to the person collecting the Tickets. Any person collecting Tickets on behalf of another, must too provide evidence of their name and address and may be required to answer security questions. In the event of a dispute, the Ticket Office Manager’s decision is final.
3.1.11 Tickets purchased must always be assigned to the individual Supporter using each Ticket, and be of the correct age band for the Supporter using each ticket. Supporters purchasing Home League tickets in the General Sale sales period are limited to one ticket per Fan ID.
3.2 Season Ticket Purchases
3.2.1 Tickets can be purchased via the Club’s Website, telephone booking line, or in person at the Ticket Office at the Ground. A non-refundable booking fee will be payable for purchases via the Club Website and telephone booking line.
3.2.2 The Club reserves the right to refuse to sell a Season Ticket to any person that it considers to be unsuitable. Any Supporter considered to be unsuitable after the purchase of a Ticket may have their Ticket cancelled at any time, and dependent on the circumstances, a refund may not be given.
3.2.3 The price payable for each Ticket shall be as set out on the Website or as otherwise notified by the Club from time to time. Unless expressly stated otherwise, all prices are inclusive of VAT.
3.2.4 Age related concessionary rates for Season Tickets are available at the discretion of the Club – age related concession for Season Tickets are based on the age of the Season Ticket holder as of 1st August (during the season for which the product has been purchased). The Club reserves the right to ask Supporters to produce evidence of their date of birth upon request. Failure to provide this may result in the cancellation of the Ticket(s) in question, unless the Supporter chooses to pay the additional amount required to upgrade the Ticket(s).
3.2.5 For disabled persons, the Club shall provide, in its sole discretion, assistance by way of a complimentary personal assistant where it is deemed necessary (subject to availability and supporting evidence upon request).
3.2.6 By applying to purchase one or a number of Tickets, You are making an offer to the Club. A contract for the supply of the Tickets (and any associated benefits) is formed when the Club receives payment for the Tickets, in cleared funds and has issued the Ticket to You.
3.2.7 The Club accepts payment by the following methods:
18.104.22.168 The Club no longer accepts cash payments
22.214.171.124 cheque made payable to “Derby County (The Rams) Limited" (for Tickets purchased at the Ticket Office);
126.96.36.199 valid visa debit card; and
188.8.131.52 valid credit card, excluding American Express (subject to a surcharge)
184.108.40.206 a monthly payment plan to be paid via direct debit. Credit is offered subject to status and only to UK residents aged 18 or over; conditions apply.
3.2.8 If the payment methods or details are declined when the Club attempts to retrieve payment for any Tickets or any associated fees:
220.127.116.11 the Club shall use reasonable endeavours to contact You (using the contact details it holds on file) to arrange for payment;
18.104.22.168 if the Club has made reasonable attempts to contact You but has been unsuccessful, the affected Tickets may be cancelled; and
22.214.171.124 You shall be liable to the Club for any bank or administrative charges incurred by the Club under this clause
3.2.9 Season Tickets purchased must always be assigned to the individual Supporter using each Season Ticket, and be of the correct age band for the Supporter using each ticket.
3.2.10 Any priority or benefits offered to any Season Ticket holder or Away Member is strictly for the use of the Supporter who qualifies. Priorities or benefits are strictly non-transferable, and we reserve the right to cancel any products purchased to be used by anyone other than the qualifying Supporter. Any discounts available for Season Ticket holders or Members are only applicable to that Supporter, and the discount benefits are non-transferable.
3.2.11 All Season Ticket holders that pay for one Season Ticket on one direct debit will form part of our auto-renewal process. Therefore, if you fall into this category and you do want to renew your Season Ticket, this will happen automatically. All relating correspondence will be sent to you in the usual way and your seat will be secured at the early bird rate. For those supporters who do not want to renew their Season Ticket and fall into this category, you will need to opt out. To opt out, please email [email protected] or write to us, addressing your opt-out letter to Finance Department, Pride Park Stadium, Pride Park, Derby DE24 8XL. Please note, if you pay for more than one Season Ticket on one direct debit, you will not be included in the auto-renewal process and you will need to renew your season ticket via the usual methods.
3.3 Membership Purchases
3.3.1 Memberships can be purchased via the Club’s Website, telephone booking line, or in person at the Ticket Office at the Ground. A non-refundable booking fee will be payable for purchases via the Club Website and telephone booking line.
3.3.2 The price payable for each Membership shall be as set out on the Website or as otherwise notified by the Club from time to time. Unless expressly stated otherwise, all prices are inclusive of VAT.
3.3.3 Age related concessionary rates for Memberships are available at the discretion of the Club – age related concession for Memberships are based on the age of the supporter on the day of purchase. Proof of age can be requested for any Supporter at any time without reason or warning. Failure to provide this may result in the cancellation of the Ticket(s) in question, unless the Supporter chooses to pay the additional amount required to upgrade the Ticket(s). Failure to produce the required identification will result in the Membership being held back from release until such identification has been produced to the Club and the Club will not be responsible for, and shall not offer any refund in relation to, any Matches missed as a consequence.
3.3.4 The Club accepts payment by the following methods:
126.96.36.199 The Club no longer accepts cash payments
188.8.131.52 cheque made payable to “Derby County (The Rams) Limited” (for Tickets purchased at the Ticket Office);
184.108.40.206 valid visa debit card; and
220.127.116.11 valid credit card, excluding American Express.
3.3.5 If the payment methods or details are declined when the Club attempts to retrieve payment for any Tickets or any associated fees:
18.104.22.168 the Club shall use reasonable endeavours to contact You (using the contact details it holds on file) to arrange for payment;
22.214.171.124 if the Club has made reasonable attempts to contact You but has been unsuccessful, the affected Tickets may be cancelled; and
126.96.36.199 You shall be liable to the Club for any bank or administrative charges incurred by the Club under this clause
3.3.6 Memberships purchased must always be assigned to the individual Supporter using each Membership, and be of the correct age band for the Supporter using each ticket.
3.3.7 Any priority or benefits offered to any Membership holder is strictly for the use of the Supporter who qualifies. Priorities or benefits are strictly non-transferable, and we reserve the right to cancel any products purchased to be used by anyone other than the qualifying Supporter. Any discounts available for Membership holders are only applicable to that Supporter, and the discount benefits are non-transferable.
3.3.8 Memberships are non-refundable
3.4 Terms and Conditions associated with Match Ticket Discounts
3.4.1 Discount Coupon Terms & Conditions:
188.8.131.52 Only one coupon can be redeemed per ticket purchased
184.108.40.206 No other promotion is available on conjunction with this offer
3.5 Terms & Conditions of transaction investigations:
In the interests of safety, Derby County Football Club may be required to investigate any transaction for any fixture. By purchasing tickets through Derby County Football Club, you agree for name, address and date of birth details provided by yourself to Derby County Football Club to be shared with the opposition Club to confirm that you are not a known supporter of the opposition Club. The Club reserves the right to cancel any tickets purchased by any supporter who is registered with, or known to, an opposition Club. Refunds will not be offered for any tickets cancelled in this situation.
4. Entry Into The Ground
4.1 Use of the Ticket constitutes acceptance of the Terms & Conditions of Entry and Ground Regulations, which can be requested from the Club.
4.2 Any Ticket obtained or used in breach of the Terms & Conditions of Entry shall be automatically invalid and all rights attached to such Ticket shall be invalidated.
4.3 You shall not bring into the Ground any food or drink items and only food and drink items purchased in the Ground from vendors authorised by the Club may be consumed in the Ground.
4.4 The Club reserves the right to refuse admission to, or eject from, the Ground any person who fails to comply with these Conditions or the Terms & Conditions of Entry.
4.5 Children aged under 2 years on the day of the Match shall not be allowed entry to the Ground.
4.6 Children between the ages of 2 and 15 years inclusive are allowed entry (subject to holding a Ticket/Card) to the Ground provided they are accompanied by an Adult aged 18 years or over. Such Adult shall be responsible for and supervise the children they accompany at all times.
4.7 For every Adult there is not to be more than four children aged between 2 and 15 years inclusive.
4.8 Age related concessions are based on the age of the supporter using the ticket on the day of the match. Age related concession for Season Tickets are based on the age of the Season Ticket holder as of 1st August (during the season for which the product has been purchased).
4.9 Age concessions (Single Match and Season Tickets) are available to qualifying Supporters subject always to the production by the relevant Supporter of evidence satisfactory to the Club of qualifying age (Passport, Driving Licence or Birth Certificate). Failure to produce such evidence shall, save with the express written permission of a Clubs Director, preclude the purchase of any such ticket(s). The Club shall, in the event a Supporter acts fraudulently or dishonestly in buying any such ticket(s), be entitled to:
4.9.1 cancel and withdraw any Ticket(s) so purchased (and in the Club’s sole discretion any other Ticket(s) purchased by that Supporter);
4.9.2 refuse any refund;
4.9.3 recover from the Supporter on demand the difference between the concessionary ticket price and the full ticket price (in respect of the current and any prior season in respect of which a Ticket was dishonestly or fraudulently purchased). It is the Supporter’s responsibility to ensure that the correct Ticket is purchased and to notify the Club forthwith in the event of any error; it is not the Club’s responsibility to ensure that the Correct Ticket is purchased.
4.10 The Club reserves the right to ask Supporters to produce evidence of their date of birth upon request. If a Supporter acts dishonestly and fails to buy the correct age concession Ticket, the Club reserves the right to:
4.10.1 cancel and withdraw that Ticket;
4.10.2 not provide a refund to the Supporter; and
4.10.3 recover from the Supporter on demand, the shortfall due to the Club from the previous seasons that the Supporter attended under the fraudulent Ticket.
4.11 A Ticket permits You to occupy at the Match the seat indicated on the Ticket or such other alternative seat as the Club may allocate to You at its reasonable discretion.
4.12 Nothing in these Conditions of Issue shall constitute or imply any entitlement to occupy the seat indicated on the Ticket in any subsequent Match or Season.
4.13 Except for mobile telephones (which may only be used for personal and private purposes), You shall not bring into (or use within) the Ground any equipment which is capable of recording or transmitting (by digital or other means) any audio, visual or audio-visual material or any information or data in relation to a Match or any aspect of it. Any person acting in breach of this provision will be required to deliver up any tapes, films, disks or other recordings or data to the associated league and/or the Club and the copyright in any such recording or transmission is hereby assigned (by way of present assignment of future copyright pursuant to section 91 of the Copyright, Designs, and Patents Act 1988) to the League in which the Club is situated.
4.14 Save for official Club merchandise and/or other football related clothing worn in good faith, You shall not bring into, use or display within the Ground any sponsorship, promotional or marketing materials.
4.15 You shall not offer or distribute (either free or for sale by any person) within the Ground any consumer article or commercial product of any nature. For the avoidance of doubt this clause shall not prevent the lawful distribution of text publications in any format which do not infringe clause
4.16 where both the content and the publication are lawful in all respects and do not in the Club’s reasonable opinion constitute a threat to public order.
5. Use Of The Ticket
5.1 Subject to clause 5.7, the Ticket is issued for Your sole use and, except as allowed under these Conditions, You shall not resell, assign or transfer the Ticket or the benefit of it to any other person without the prior written consent of the Club. The reference to reselling the Ticket includes reference to offering to sell a Ticket, exposing a Ticket for sale, making a Ticket available for sale by another and advertising that a Ticket is available for purchase (including by way of an online auction site). For the avoidance of doubt (and by way of example only) a Ticket may not be offered as a prize in any promotion or competition or transferred, lent or sold to any third party as part of a hospitality or travel package, given to a third party who agrees to buy another good or service or used for any other commercial purpose save as expressly authorised by the League or the Club. The Club shall, in the event a Supporter is found to attempt to resell, assign or transfer any Ticket(s), be entitled to:
5.1.1 cancel and withdraw any Ticket(s) so purchased;
5.1.2 refuse any refund.
5.2 The Ticket will remain the property of the Club at all times and must be produced together with evidence of Your identity if required to do so by any official, steward or employee of the Club or any police officer. The Club reserves the right to require the immediate return of the Ticket at any time.
5.2.1 Once the Purchaser has completed their order, they will be asked to confirm that it is correct. If it is not, the Purchaser can amend or cancel the order before submitting it. It is the Purchaser's responsibility to ensure the order is correct before submission. Payment will be taken when the Purchaser clicks the ‘confirm’ button (or equivalently marked button). This does not indicate the Club’s acceptance of the Purchaser's offer, and the Purchaser will be refunded in the unlikely event that the Club refuses the offer;
5.3 Misuse of the Ticket may result in You being refused entry to, or ejected from, the Ground in respect of a particular Match and/or the cancellation and withdrawal of the Ticket. In the event of any cancellation and withdrawal in accordance with this clause 5.3, no refund shall be given. The Club further reserves its right to take any legal action against any persons as it sees fit in connection with such matters, including a claim for an account of profits made from an unauthorised use of the Ticket.
5.4 The unauthorised sale or disposal of a Ticket is a criminal offence under section 166 of the Criminal Justice and Public Order Act 1994 (as amended by the Violent Crime Reduction Act 2006). The Club will inform the police when it becomes aware that tickets are being sold illegally and will press for charges to be brought against those breaking this law.
5.5 If You/Your Guest suspects that ticket touting is taking place in or around the Ground, the Club requests that You promptly report Your suspicions to the Club and police.
5.6 If You are convicted of a ticket touting offence, or the Club reasonably suspects You have committed such an offence, it will notify the League who may in turn notify other league clubs and/or the relevant law enforcement authorities. The information that the Club shares may include Your personal details, information about the offence and about ticket purchases (including payment details). The Club use this information to identify and prevent ticket touting offences and disorder at matches.
5.7 Subject to clause 5.9, if more than one Single Match Ticket is issued to You one Single Match Ticket must be retained by You for personal use and the remainder may be transferred to Your Guests for their personal use. Subject to clause 5.1, if You and/or Your Guest are unable to use any Single Match Ticket then You and/or they may transfer that Single Match Ticket to a natural person who is known to You personally and who would be entitled (under the Terms & Conditions of Entry) to purchase such Single Match Ticket and attend such Match. This transfer must not involve the transfer of any monies or other items which may result in the transfer to be considered a sale or exchange.
5.8 Subject to clause 7.2, You may on no more than 4 occasions during the Season transfer Your Season Ticket to a natural person who is known to You personally for use by that person in connection with a single Match, provided that such person would be entitled (under the Terms and Conditions of Entry) to purchase a Ticket for and attend such Match. If the transferee of Your Season Ticket would have been required to pay a higher age related price for the Season Ticket than You paid, then You or they will be required to pay an upgrade charge of the difference between the Nominal Match Price paid by You and the Nominal Match Price that would have been payable by the transferee. On all subsequent occasions the upgrade fee will be the difference between the Nominal Match Price paid by You and price of a Single Match Ticket that would be payable by the transferee for the relevant Match. You are required to notify the Ticket Office on all occasions which You are not using the Ticket and intend to transfer this to any other Supporter – the Club reserves the right to ask for the personal details for this Supporter, and failure to provide these may result in the cancellation of the Ticket for the selected fixture.
5.9 The transfers of Tickets permitted under clause 5.7 and clause 5.8 are permitted on the conditions that:
5.9.1 such transfer is not made in the course of business;
5.9.2 the transfer takes place free of charge;
5.9.3 the purchaser must purchase and retain a Ticket for his their own personal use;
5.9.4 the purchaser must inform the Club in writing of the personal contact details of the Guest, including their address and present them to any official, steward or employee of the Club and/or any police officer when asked to do so; and 5.9.5 such transfer must not be in contravention of clause 5.1.
5.10 The Guest shall comply with the Conditions of Entry which shall apply to the Guest as if they were the original intended user of the Ticket. It is Your responsibility to inform the Guest that they are subject to Conditions of Entry. If any Supporter who is attending as a Guest of the purchaser is found to be in breach of these conditions, the purchaser and any/or of their Guests may be subject to immediate ejection from the Stadium, and no refund shall be given.
5.11 Any Supporter who has purchased a Ticket will be permitted to sit in the seat corresponding to the details on their Ticket, and no other seat. Any Supporter found to be in breach of this clause may be asked to use the seat corresponding to the details on their Ticket, and failure to do so may result in immediate ejection from the Stadium, and no refund shall be given. The Club may also be entitled to collect any monetary difference due between the value of seat purchased and the value of the seat used by the Supporter.
5.12 Any Supporter aged 2 to 15 years inclusive must be seated adjacent to an Adult Supporter aged 18 years or over for the duration of the Match. Such Adult shall be responsible for and supervise the children they accompany at all times.
5.13 Ticket Priority
The Club’s allocation for Away Match Tickets will vary depending upon the capacity of the host stadium and/or the competition rules and regulations.
In the event that anticipated demand is likely to outstrip supply (as determined by the Club), the Club may amend their sales periods. The Club will announce any specific details for each Away Match once such details are determined.
In order to receive Credits for attending Away Matches, the Named Ticket Holder must provide their Fan ID (and those of any Guests) at the point of sale. The Club will not retrospectively provide Credits for attending Away Matches in any circumstances.
5.13.1 Priority when purchasing Tickets for Away fixtures and travel is strictly for the purchase of a Ticket for the use of the Supporter who qualifies as per our advertised sales periods for the selected fixture. Ticket priorities are strictly non-transferable, and we reserve the right to cancel any Tickets purchased to be used by anyone other than the qualifying Supporter.
5.13.2 Priority when purchasing Tickets for Home league, cup and friendly fixtures is strictly for the purchase of a Ticket for the use of the Supporter who qualifies as per our advertised sales period for the selected fixture. Ticket priorities are strictly non-transferable, and we reserve the right to cancel any Tickets purchased to be used by anyone other than the qualifying Supporter. Any discounts available for selected Supporters are only applicable to that Supporter, and the discount benefits are non-transferable.
5.13.3 From the 2018/2019 season, tickets for Away league and cup fixtures are strictly limited to one per Fan ID (including General Sale periods) for the use of the Supporter who qualifies as per our advertised sales period for the selected fixture. All away tickets must be registered under a Supporters Fan ID regardless of the priority period stage. Ticket priorities are strictly non-transferable, and we reserve the right to cancel any Tickets purchased to be used by anyone other than the qualifying Supporter. Any discounts available for selected Supporters are only applicable to that Supporter, and the discount benefits are non-transferable.
6. Changes To Dates; Refunds And Exchanges
Once purchased, the Purchaser is not entitled to cancel or change their Ticket(s) (save that a Concession Ticket may be upgraded on payment of the applicable supplement) because the rights of cancellation under the Consumer Contracts (Information, Cancellation and Additional Charges) Regulations 2013 do not apply to this Agreement. However, each Purchaser, Named Ticket Holder and Guest has legal rights if the Club does not comply with its obligations owed to them in this Agreement with reasonable care and skill. Advice about the Purchaser, Named Ticket Holder or Guest's legal rights is available from the local Citizens' Advice Bureau or Trading Standards Office. Nothing in these Terms will affect these legal rights.
6.1 Fixtures are subject to change. No guarantees can be given by the Club that the Match will take place at a particular time or on a particular date due to reasons beyond the Club’s control. The Club reserves the right to reschedule or cancel any Match without notice and without any liability.
6.2 If the Club reschedules or cancels a Match then:
6.2.1 holders of Single Match Tickets will be entitled to receive a full refund or, at their option, receive the equivalent ticket for the subsequent Match;
6.2.2 holders of Season Tickets will be entitled to attend any rescheduled Match;
6.2.3 Business Customers will be entitled to receive a full refund, or at their option, receive the equivalent ticket for the subsequent Match.
6.2.4 The Club will have no liability whatsoever in relation to any costs incurred by the Named Ticket Holder or Guest in relation to travel, accommodation or other related expenses arising out of or in connection with any postponed or abandoned Match or any rearranged fixture.
6.3 Refunds and applications for tickets to rescheduled Matches must be made via the procedure specified by the Club from time to time (available upon request).
6.4 Any refund to which a person is entitled under these Conditions will only be issued on production of identification demonstrating that the person requesting the refund is the person to whom the Ticket was originally sold. The identification produced must be to the reasonable satisfaction of the manager of the Ticket Office.
6.5 Home match tickets are non-refundable.
6.6 Business Customers have no right to cancel the Ticket.
6.7 Refunds on Season Tickets will only be available in exceptional circumstances and at the Club’s discretion. The Club will deduct from the amount of any refund payable to You under this clause its reasonable administrative costs and a sum to cover its losses as a result of cancellation, including loss of profit.
6.7.1 In the event that a Named Ticket Holder's Ticket is withdrawn or cancelled under this Agreement then the Club reserves the right to exclude that Named Ticket Holder from all Memberships and/or to disqualify that Named Ticket Holder from applying for any Match ticket or Season Ticket at its discretion, and to notify any Football Authority and/or other football clubs of such exclusion and/or disqualification (and the reason(s) for such exclusion and/or disqualification).
6.7.2 Cancellation of a Direct Debit does not result in cancellation of a Season Ticket. Customers who purchase Season Tickets under the Direct Debit Scheme will still be liable to pay any outstanding balance until the club approve any cancellation requests. Customers who fail to notify us in writing may be refused Direct Debit and tickets for any future Season Tickets.
6.8 The ownership of a Season Ticket is not transferable without agreement from The Club. Any such requests must be made in writing and should include permission from the current holder of the ticket. If the transferee of the Season Ticket would have been required to pay a higher price, whether that be for an age related price or a continuous renewal price for the Season Ticket than You paid, then You or they will be required to pay an upgrade charge of the difference between the Price paid by You and the Price that would have been payable by the transferee.
6.9 Whilst the Club makes every effort to ensure that pricing and ticketing information provided on, but not limited to, the Website or any other literature or by a sales representative is correct at all times, errors may occasionally occur. If the Club discovers an error in the price or nature of the Ticket(s) the Purchaser has ordered, the Club will endeavour to inform the Named Ticket Holder as soon as possible, and give the Named Ticket Holder the option of reconfirming the Named Ticket Holder's order at the correct price/specification (and paying the difference in price to GPSL, if applicable), or cancelling it. If the Club is unable to contact the Named Ticket Holder, it will unfortunately have to treat the order as cancelled. If the order is cancelled, a full refund will be provided via the payment method used to purchase the Ticket.
7. Seat Transfers
7.1 Holders of Season Tickets will be entitled to relocate their seats for an entire Season, subject to availability and payment of an administration fee. A pro rata price increase (where the seat is a more expensive one) or a pro rata refund (where the seat is a cheaper one) will be due to or by the Club as the case may be.
7.2 Subject to availability and payment of an administration fee, holders of Season Tickets will be entitled to relocate their seats for individual Matches to a more expensive seat (in which case an upgrade fee will be payable) or a cheaper seat (in which case no refund will be available). On the first 4 such relocations, the upgrade fee will be the difference between the Nominal Match Price for the original seat and the Nominal Match Price for the relocated seat. On all subsequent occasions the upgrade fee will be the difference between the Nominal Match Price and price of a Single Match Ticket for the relevant Match.
8. Lost, Stolen Or Defaced Tickets
8.1 In order to gain entry to the Ground the Ticket or Season Card must be presented in its entirety.
8.2 If You arrive at a Match without Your Ticket or Season Card, the Club will not be obliged to admit You to the Ground or issue any other form of ticket for that Match. If, in the Club’s discretion, a duplicate Ticket is provided, a non-refundable administration fee (£1 for Tickets and £5 for Season Cards) will be payable. Any Supporter who chooses the Post delivery method and has not updated their postal address, or any Supporter who chooses the Print@Home delivery method and has not updated their email address, may be subject to a non-refundable administration fee for the Club to issue replacement Ticket(s).
8.3 For the purpose of clause 8.1 whether a Ticket/Season Card is damaged, defaced or destroyed will be determined by the Club acting reasonably in its sole discretion. Purchasers and Guests are advised to read any care information stated on the Ticket/Season Card (including without limitation, instructions advising against bending, folding, creasing, stapling, exposing to a heat source or washing the Ticket/Season Card). The Club accepts no liability for any damage to any Ticket/Season Card caused by a failure to comply with any care information.
8.4 If, acting reasonably, the Club accepts that a Season Card has been lost, damaged or destroyed, it will issue a duplicate Season Card as soon as reasonably practicable following payment by the Supporter of a non-refundable administration fee. If, acting reasonably, the Club accepts that a Season Card sent to You by the Club was never in fact received, it will issue a duplicate Season Card without any administration fee. A duplicate Ticket or Season Card may be issued by the Club without any administration fee, should the Ticket or Season Card in question have been stolen from the Supporter. In this instance, the Club reserves the right to request and validate the crime reference number provided to the Supporter by the police, and failure to provide a valid crime reference number will result in the non-refundable administration fee being applicable.
8.5 The issue of duplicate Season Cards will be conditional on You signing a document confirming that the original Season Card was lost, damaged, destroyed, stolen or never received (as the case may be). If a lost or stolen Season Card is found You must return it to the Club immediately. You must indemnify the Club against all losses it suffers in connection with any false representation by You that a Season Card was lost, stolen, damaged, destroyed or never received.
9. Cancellation And Withdrawal Of Tickets
9.1 The Club reserves the right to cancel in whole or in part, any Ticket or Card issued to You at any time, without providing any reason. A proportionate refund will be given to You, in the absolute discretion of the Club and/or in accordance with the Terms and Conditions of Entry, in the event of any such cancellation under this clause 9.1.
9.2 Without prejudice to any other remedies it may have, the Club shall have the right in the case of any serious or persistent breach of the Terms & Conditions of Entry to cancel and withdraw any Ticket or Card issued to You. In the event of such cancellation no refund will be paid. Serious breaches of the Terms and Conditions of Entry
9.3 Without prejudice to the generality of clause 9.1 and 9.2, the following actions shall constitute a serious breach of the Terms & Conditions of Entry:
9.3.1 smoking, Pride park Stadium is strictly a non-smoking stadium (please note, this also includes the use of electronic cigarettes);
9.3.2 persistent standing in seated areas whilst the Match is in progress;
9.3.3 sale or transfer (save as permitted) of any Ticket to any person;
9.3.4 deliberate misuse of the Ticket;
9.3.5 any misrepresentation in relation to clause 1.2;
9.3.6 the use of foul, abusive, obscene, racist and/or discriminatory language and/or gestures;
9.3.7 persistent swearing during the Match;
9.3.8 the possession of a banner or flag that bears material or slogans that are offensive, obscene, abusive or racist;
9.3.9 being (or appearing to be) drunk or intoxicated;
9.3.10 the throwing of any object within the Ground without lawful authority or excuse;
9.3.11 the chanting, singing and/or shouting of anything of an indecent, discriminatory or racist nature;
9.3.12 fighting or engagement in and/or inciting violence;
9.3.13 bringing into the Ground or using at the Ground illegal drugs, fireworks, firecrackers, air horns, laser devices and the like or any item that might be used as a weapon or comprise public safety;
9.3.14 entering the playing area or any adjacent areas to which spectators are not allowed to be in without lawful authority or excuse;
9.3.15 the supply of any misleading or incorrect information in any application;
9.3.16 any failure to pay or default of payment in respect of any sums owing to the Club (or any third party) in respect of a Ticket or Card. Consequences of Cancellation
9.4 In the event that Your Ticket or Card is withdrawn or cancelled the Club reserves the right to exclude You from any Membership scheme maintained or organised by the Club and/or to disqualify You from applying for any Ticket or Card at its discretion.
10. Away Match Travel (Roadrider Scheme) - Currently Unavailable
11. Exclusion Of Liability
11.1 Nothing in these Conditions limits or excludes the Club’s liability:
11.1.1 for fraud, personal injury or death caused by the Club or the Club’s employees negligence during the course of their employment; or
11.1.2 for any matter in respect of which it would be unlawful for the Club to exclude or restrict liability.
11.2 Subject to clause 10.1, the Club shall be responsible to You for loss or damage You suffer that is a foreseeable result of its breach of these Conditions or its negligence but it will not be responsible for any loss or damage that is not foreseeable. The Club shall have no liability to You for any:
11.2.1 loss of profit, loss of business, business interruption, or loss of business opportunity;
11.2.2 loss of enjoyment, travel/accommodation costs;
11.2.3 abandonments, postponement or cancellation of Matches;
11.2.4 restrictions to the view of the Match caused by an act of another spectator and/or the position of the seat;
11.2.5 any indirect, consequential or economic loss arising under or in connection with the Contract; and
11.2.6 for loss of or damage to personal property at or around the Ground.
11.3 Subject to clause 10.1, the Club’s total liability to You in respect of all other losses arising under or in connection with Contract, whether in contract, tort (including negligence), breach of statutory duty, or otherwise, shall in no circumstances exceed the price of the Ticket.
12. Use Of Images And Video Recordings
12.1 You acknowledge that photographic images and/or video recordings (and/or stills taken from video recordings) may be taken of You during the Event and may also be used in televised coverage of the game and/or for promotional or marketing purposes by the Club, the League or others, and You consent that photographic images and/or video recordings may be taken of You and may be used in televised coverage of Matches and/or for promotional or marketing purposes by the Club or other third parties.
13. Other Important Terms
13.1 Entire Agreement: These Conditions shall constitute the entire agreement between the Club and You in relation to the purchase of Tickets and all ancillary benefits.
13.2 Variation: The Club reserves the right to change these Conditions from time to time, and shall notify You of such changes if they materially affect Your rights as a consumer.
13.3 Waiver: The Club’s failure to exercise, or delay in exercising, any right, power or remedy provided by these Conditions or by law shall not constitute a waiver of that right, power or remedy.
13.5 Severance: if any court or competent authority finds that any provision of these Conditions (or part of any provision) is invalid, illegal or unenforceable, that provision or part-provision shall, to the extent required, be deemed to be deleted, and the validity and enforceability of the other provisions of the Conditions shall not be affected.
13.6 Entire Agreement: These Conditions constitute the entire agreement between the Club and the You and neither the Club nor You shall have any claim or remedy in respect of any statement, representation, warranty or undertaking made by or on behalf of any other party in relation to the to the Contract and/or Terms and Conditions of Entry.
13.7 Third Party Rights: Notwithstanding any other provision in these Conditions and with the exception of FIFA, UEFA, The FA, the League and the Football League, no other person other than You or the Club has any rights under the Contracts (Rights of Third Parties) Act 1999 (“Act”) to rely on or enforce any term of these Conditions. Nothing in these Conditions shall affect any right or remedy of a third party that exists or is available other than as a result of the aforementioned Act.
13.8 Governing Law: These Conditions any dispute arising from them (contractual or non-contractual) shall be governed by and interpreted in accordance with the laws of England and Wales and are subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the Courts of England and Wales.
14.1 In the Conditions the following words and phrases shall have the following meanings:
“Adult” means a person aged 18 years or over, save for Young Adults that are titled as such upon purchase of a relevant Young Adult Membership or Season Ticket.
“Business Customer” means a customer purchasing a Ticket for use in connection with a business.
“Card” means a Single Season Card entitling the holder to access the relevant Match included on the list of fixtures stated at the time of purchase.
“Club” means Derby County (The Rams) Limited (Company No. 14190771) whose registered office is at Pride Park Stadium, Pride Park, Derby, DE24 8XL.
“Conditions” means these terms and conditions of issue (as amended from time to time).
“Contract” means the contract between the Club and You for the supply of a Ticket/Season Card.
“Ground” means the football ground at Pride Park Stadium, Pride Parkway, Derby DE24 8X Land all other locations owned, occupied or utilised by the Club.
“Ground Regulations” means those ground regulations issued by the Club from time to time that set out the terms and conditions upon which supporters are granted entry to the Ground (available on the Club’s Website, or upon request by the Purchaser).
“Guest” means a relative, friend, colleague and/or companion to a disabled person, who is a guest of a purchaser of a Ticket in accordance with clause 2.
“Match” means any football match in which the Club participates and that takes place at the Ground during any given Season.
“Nominal Match Price” means, in relation to a Season Ticket, the amount of the total price payable for the Season Ticket that the Club attributes to a particular Match.
“Premier Membership” means a package of additional benefits available for purchase by Season Ticket holders in exchange for a fee, the details of which are as advertised by the Club from time to time.
“Season” means the period during the year when Matches are played.
“Season Ticket” means a ticket entitling the holder to attend all Matches during the Season.
“Senior” means a person aged 65 years or over.
“Single Match Ticket” means a printed paper ticket or other form of ticket (and/or any rights arising out of or in connection with the foregoing) for admission to an individual Match.
“Terms & Conditions of Entry” means each of the rules and regulations of FIFA, UEFA, The Football Association, The Premier League and The Football League and the Ground Regulations.
“Ticket” means a Single Match Ticket, including where applicable a Season Ticket entitling the holder entry to the relevant Match.
“Ticket Office” means the ticket office at the Ground.
“Website” means the Club’s website at https://www.dcfc.co.uk/
“Young Adult” means a person aged 18 or over but Younger than 22.
Ticketing Policy – Disabled Supporters
Derby County Football Club operates a ticketing policy that recognises that disabled supporters may need assistance to fully enjoy the match day experience and offers a variety of reasonable adjustments based on individual supporters needs, not their ‘disability’.
By completing a Reasonable Adjustment Form and submitting the appropriate supporting documentation, we can plan to meet the disabled supporter’s needs, during their visit to Pride Park Stadium and that accessible facilities and services are only used by the supporters that need them. Each application is reviewed on a case-by-case basis.
If you require assistance with completing the Reasonable Adjustment Form, then please contact our Disability Access Officer. Alternatively, you can request a form over the counter or by calling 01332 667528.
Personal Assistant Ticket
At Derby County Football Club, we take our responsibilities toward disabled supporters very seriously. We recognise that for some of our supporters to take advantage of all that we have to offer, they may need support from another person. As such, it is our policy that where this is the case, we make available complimentary tickets which will enable a disabled supporter to bring a personal assistant with them to support them with their needs.
It is important to understand that the Personal Assistant Ticket is not a concessionary ticket or ‘2-for-1’ deal but is actually a reasonable adjustment made by the club to enable a disabled supporter to more easily access the full range of match day and event services (in consideration of UK legislation as described in the Equality Act 2010).
The only criteria we have for offering a free Personal Assistant Ticket is that you have to have another person with you to get the same quality of service as a non-disabled person for a reason related to your own disability. This does not apply to short term conditions like broken legs.
Please note that a personal assistant, on their own, is not entitled to any benefits normally associated with a Season Ticket, this includes any renewal benefit or the purchase of match tickets during priority sale periods.
Requesting A Free Personal Assistant Ticket
Since this scheme is potentially subject to fraudulent misuse, we have to operate a system to check eligibility for a complimentary ticket. To apply, a Reasonable Adjustment Application Formwill need to be completed and you will also be required to submit appropriate supporting documentation to our Disability Access Officer.
Please find below a list of supporting documentation that we might take into consideration when considering whether to allocate a complimentary Personal Assistant Ticket:
· Receipt of the Disability Living Allowance (DLA) or War Pensioners' Mobility Supplement (or government standard equivalent).
· Receipt of Personal Independence Payments (PIP)
· Receipt of either the Severe Disablement Allowance or Attendance Allowance. War Pensioners' Mobility Allowance or War or Service Disablement Pension for 80% or more disability.
· Blind or partially sighted registration certificate (BD8 or CVI Certificate) or evidence from an eye specialist, for example an optometrist, that the individual would qualify to be registered as severely sight impaired (blind) or sight impaired (partially sighted). Further advice can be found on the Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB) website.
· A personal letter from the GP, community nurse or social worker that the individual has a long-term impairment or ‘disability' and requires assistance.
· Confirmation in writing from Social Services that the individual is included on their Deaf Register, or a letter or report from an aural specialist confirming that hearing loss has been recorded at 70 – 95 dBHL or worse.
Derby County Football Club also accepts The Access Card as evidence, and all supporters requesting a Personal Assistant Ticket with the +1 symbol on their card will receive one without the need for any further information or evidence.
Please note this list is not exhaustive and consideration will be given to any other evidence that can be provided. For guidance, the club advises supporters to refer to the Level Playing Fields website.
The club reserves the right to seek additional proof of disability where there is an element of reasonable doubt, as to the need for a Personal Assistant Ticket.
The Role of A Personal Assistant / Essential Companion
By accepting the complimentary Personal Assistant Ticket, the disabled supporter’s companion accepts responsibility for providing the support they need to attend a match. This includes being able to provide additional assistance during an emergency evacuation.
The stewards at the match are unable to provide assistance in excess of their typical role, therefore, it is important that, if the disabled supporter requires help moving around, the personal assistant is ready and willing to support them with this.
When entering the stadium, the personal assistant must enter at the same time as the disabled supporter. Although a disabled supporter can enter the stadium by themselves, the personal assistant will not be admitted without being in the presence of the disabled supporter.
It is the policy of Pride Park Stadium's Ground Regulations that all children under the age of 16 are accompanied by an appropriate adult, aged 18 and over. We accept that young carers are a much valued and needed source of support, but we are only able to accept them providing that this has been authorised by the club’s Disability Access Officer.
If the need for a Personal Assistant Ticket is something related to a potential deterioration in the disabled supporter’s condition then a Personal Assistant Ticket may not be authorised for anyone under the age of 16.
If the disabled supporter attends a match with a personal assistant under the age of 16 or if there is doubt in the absence of valid photo ID, we reserve the right to refuse admission. This does not apply where there are other adults in the party able to accept responsibility for the young carer.
Contingency – What Happens If You Lose Your Support
It is important that the disabled supporter and their personal assistant are aware of what happens if for some reason the disabled supporter loses their support.
If it is felt that the personal assistant is not providing the disabled supporter with the support they need, we reserve the right to eject them from the facility at any time and refuse access for future matches.
We will endeavour to support the disabled supporter for the rest of their visit, if this is the case, however, if we are unable to make appropriate reasonable adjustments to do this and it jeopardises the disabled supporter, or other supporters, health or safety, we may be left with no other option than to ask that the disabled supporter leaves too. It is especially important that you choose the right support to come with you.
Abusing the System
If we feel that either the disabled supporter or their personal assistant are abusing the system, we reserve the right to treat the matter as fraud and look at bringing legal action. This may result in tickets for future games being confiscated. Every accessible space taken up by somebody that doesn’t need it represents a disabled supporter missing out.
Personal assistant tickets are transferable; however, tickets for the disabled supporter are not. Should any disabled supporter or personal assistant be found to be abusing this or any of the other terms & conditions within this policy, the club reserves the right to deny admittance and may take further action.
For more information regarding ‘upgrading’ a Personal Assistant Ticket (if required) or for any other enquiry please contact the Ticket Office, presented by SeatGeek, on 01332 667528.
Season Tickets & Match-day Tickets
Disabled supporters can purchase a season or a match day ticket (subject to availability) at the appropriate age band price, which includes a complimentary Personal Assistant Ticket, if required, for their personal assistant (subject to qualification); see ‘Requesting a free Personal Assistant/Essential Companion Ticket above for guidance on this process.
Disabled Supporters whom are wishing to purchase their tickets can either do so in person at the Derby County Ticket Office presented by SeatGeek, online at www.dcfc.co.uk or over the phone on 01332 667528 during our opening hours which can be found here.
The Ticket Office does have a low-level service counter for wheelchair users and people of shorter stature.
Disabled supporters are able to enjoy matches at Pride Park Stadium, choosing any hospitality package to suit their needs. Wheelchair users are advised to speak to a Hospitality Sales Representative to ensure the best package is offered and that the chosen package has access to an available wheelchair space.
Disabled supporters that require a personal assistant to accompany them within a hospitality area shall receive a complimentary Personal Assistant Match Ticket (subject to availability and qualification). All other elements of the hospitality package are to be paid at full price.
For more information on our seasonal and matchday hospitality packages, please call 01332 667525 or email [email protected]
Wheelchair users are accommodated on either the front row (pitch-side) of all four stands or on an elevated platform, which allow the personal assistant to sit alongside them. For more information, please refer to our Access Statement, which can be found here.
Ambulant supporters can sit anywhere in the ground with their personal assistant (subject to qualification), providing they can access the area safely. They are also subject to the relevant price of the seating category of the area they choose to sit in.
Requirements should be stipulated at the time of purchasing a ticket to ensure appropriate seating is provided. For more information, please refer to our Access Statement, which can be found here.
Supporters that have a temporary disability (e.g. broken leg) that may affect access to the stadium or seating areas, should contact the Ticket Office, either in person or by calling 01332 667528, prior to the fixture, to arrange alternative seating.
Deaf / Hard of Hearing Supporters.
The Club have induction loop equipment in most customer contact points at Pride Park Stadium.
On match days at Pride Park Stadium, information will be carried on the ‘Big Screen’ and via the Public Address System.
Blind / Partially Sighted Supporters
An audio descriptive commentary service is available for blind or partially sighted supporters.
Please contact the Disability Team on 01332 667528 to reserve a receiver no later than 24 hours prior to the fixture date (subject to availability). Please note that you will need to bring your own earphones (round jack).
Any disabled supporter wishing to attend the stadium with an assistance dog needs to contact the Disability Access Officer, so that we can ensure the appropriate match tickets (subject to availability) are allocated and adequate arrangements have been made prior to the fixture.
Accessible toilets are located in all parts of the Stadium and these are clearly signed. Should you require assistance, please seek advice from the nearest steward. All accessible toilets operate using the National Radar Key system. We would advise you to bring your 'Radar' access key with you.
Please be aware that to park in any of our car parks on matchdays you must have a valid car parking ticket.
For more information on car parking please refer to our Access Statement, which can be found here.
Catering facilities are available in all parts of the stadium. Currently, all our serving counters that are within the concourse areas are high level counters. The Club makes reasonable adjustments to enable disabled supporters to access the catering facilities by instructing one of our dedicated stewards to monitor the areas in which wheelchair users are located to ascertain whether any additional help is required.
If your condition/situation changes
If your condition/situation changes, it will be your responsibility to inform the club immediately, so that, we can make sure that the appropriate reasonable adjustments are made for you to continue attending matches safely (subject to availability).
If your contact details should change, then please let us know as soon as possible, as this could have an impact on future Season Ticket renewals and us providing you with important information.
Terms & Conditions
All Season Tickets, Memberships, Match Tickets and Hospitality are sold subject to availability and issued subject to Derby County Football Club’s Disabled Supporter Ticketing Policy, Terms & Conditions of Sale and Ground Regulations which can be found on our website at www.dcfc.co.uk
Supporter feedback, comments and suggestions are crucial in highlighting areas where we can enhance the matchday experience we offer, so we welcome your thoughts!
Disability Access Officer: Emma Drury
Telephone: 01332 667528
Email: [email protected]
Season Ticket Refunds
Any request for a Season Ticket refund must be made in writing to the Derby County Ticket Office presented by SeatGeek, giving detailed information on why the club should consider refunding the Season Ticket. Refunds will only be given in exceptional circumstances and at the club’s discretion. The club will deduct from the amount of any refund payable to you under its terms and conditions of sale, its reasonable administrative costs and a sum to cover its losses as a result of cancellation, including loss of profit.
Forgotten / Lost Tickets
If you forget to bring your Season Ticket or Match Ticket with you to a home match, the Derby County Ticket Office presented by SeatGeek can reprint you a valid match ticket at a non-refundable charge per ticket. If you have lost your Season Card, the club is able to issue you a new Season Ticket card at a non-refundable charge. If you have lost your car park pass, the club is able to issue you a car park pass at a non-refundable charge.
Derby County Football Club charge a booking fee of £1 for home games & away games when booking tickets via the phone line or online. The club does not charge any booking fees for payments made in person at the Derby County Ticket Office presented by SeatGeek. Please note that these booking fees relate to Derby County Football Club home, away and cup fixtures only, other events or products may vary.
There is a postal fee of £2 per transaction. There is no postal charge for tickets left for collection, sent by Print@Home or for mobile tickets.
Stand & Tier Closures
Please note that occasionally, (normally pre-season friendlies or early cup rounds) we may have to close home supporters sections of the stadium. This can be for a variety of reasons and notice will be provided when ticketing information is published on dcfc.co.uk for each match. For the later rounds of some Cup fixtures, Derby County may be required to give a larger allocation to visiting supporters.
Concession Season Tickets can be upgraded to a higher priced age category on up to four occasions per season. The upgrade cost is available by contacting the Ticket Office. Any upgrades after the fourth time in the season will only be done at the discretion of the club
2023/2024 Complimentary Vouchers are redeemable for any of the Home League Fixtures listed below, before the voucher expiry date, subject to availability. The voucher codes can only be redeemed against seating in the home section of the stadium (home supporters only). These fixtures are subject to change:
To redeem a complimentary ticket online, enter the gift voucher number on the basket stage. You must click 'Check' followed by 'Redeem' for the voucher to be processed.
Tickets are only redeemable once the fixture is on General Sale. Under no circumstances can Complimentary Tickets be carried across to future seasons. All vouchers are strictly one ticket per Fan ID per fixture.
Matchday Fan Announcements at Derby County's Pride Park Stadium - for the likes of birthdays, weddings and welcome messages - are charged at £20 each.
All announcements can be purchased either in person at the Derby County Ticket Office presented by SeatGeek, or over the phone on 0871 472 1884 * (option 1) during the Ticket Office's opening hours which can be found in the first drop down menu.
* Please note, calls cost 13p per minute plus your phone company's access charge.
Due to other half-time activities taking place there are only two minutes available for all announcements, therefore the club reserves the right to stop taking announcements at any time.
There’s something special about Pride Park Stadium and experiencing a matchday in our hospitality areas. ClubDCFC will be serving up your matchday experience, combining the buzz of a matchday with incredible food and exceptional hospitality, giving you a unique and memorable experience.
Whether you’re treating yourself or your family, looking to book for a group celebration or entertaining clients, we have a wide range of hospitality experiences to suit all requirements and budgets.
For more information about Hospitality packages avaible please click here.
Safe Standing Code of Conduct
Derby County Football Club (the “Club”) will introduce licensed standing areas for domestic fixtures.
All supporters wishing to attend domestic fixtures in licensed standing areas are required to comply with this Code of Conduct at all times, and we ask that you read all of the information below.
The Code of Conduct does not replace any other ground rules but shall include (but not be limited to) the Club’s Ticketing Terms & Conditions, which can be found here. https://www.dcfc.co.uk/page/ticketing-useful-information
Any non-compliance with this Code may result in sanctions being applied, including but not limited to non-admittance or ejection from the stadium and/or the Club losing the right to maintain licensed standing areas.
When attending the match in licensed standing areas, please:
• Always have your ticket available for any necessary secondary ticket checks.
• Continue to follow the instructions of stewards and other staff, who are there to ensure your safety and an enjoyable experience for everyone.
• Behave appropriately in the stand and please be respectful to others. Anti-social behaviour or any form of direct or indirect discrimination, victimisation or harassment will not be tolerated.
• Do not stand or climb on the independent barriers or seat. The licensed standing infrastructure is there to keep you and other supporters safe.
• Unless needing to use facilities, do not move around in the safe standing area – your ticket is for your allocated space only.
• Do not stand in the gangways or on the steps to watch the match – these are for accessing and leaving your seat only.
Last Updated: 4th December 2023
What is safe standing and how will this work?
Safe standing areas are licensed by the Sports Ground Safety Authority and supporters must be able to sit or stand, while the seats cannot be locked in the up or down position. There must also be one seat /space per person and licensed safe standing areas must not impact the viewing standards of other supporters, including disabled supporters. This will be done by the installation of independent safe standing barriers.
Were supporters consulted regarding safe standing?
Yes, this was discussed at a Supporters Charter Group meeting earlier this year, that the club was involved in detailed discussions with the relevant authorities around safe standing.
What areas of the stadium will safe standing be implemented?
The whole upper tier of the South Stand and the upper tier of the South-East corner for visiting supporters.
What date will Safe Standing be available from?
The home game against Wycombe Wanderers on Saturday 16th December 2023 in Sky Bet League One.
Will the capacity of the stadium increase with safe standing?
No, the capacity of the stadium will remain the same and supporters must stick to their allocated numbered place within their allocated block.
Is it still possible to sit in the proposed safe standing areas?
Yes, Pride Park will remain an all- seater stadium, but the club expects that the majority of supporters will stand during matches in these areas of the stadium.
Can I opt to move my season ticket out of the South Stand if I do not wish to stay in the safe standing area?
Yes, relocations are available via the Ticket Office. An additional charge may be required if moving to more expensive areas within the stadium.
I have concerns regarding safe standing, what can I do?
Last Updated: 4th December 2023