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Pride Park Stadium seating?

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Jake Burgess
Jake Burgess

For away tickets, you’re looking at up to £28 a game, though it can as little as £22 for the right (i.e. low popularity) opposition. The facilities are up to scratch across the board at Pride Park, and the seating is no exception. The views are good, the seats comfortable and the leg room sufficient. If you ask me, those are the most important aspects of any stadium seat, and Derby manage to tick all the boxes.

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Sam Hurst
Sam Hurst

Derby County are not the easiest team to go and see if you are on a budget and are consistently among the most expensive tickets in the Championship. You can get tickets for around £22, but this will be a mid week game against lower quality opposition, and the seat choices won’t be the best either.

For a raucous atmosphere you’ll want to sit behind the goal in the Morley Hayes Stand – a ticket here will cost around £30 on a decent match day, and with the away fans seated very near, you can always count on fireworks.

However if you are after more of a view you’l need to sit in either the Hannels or the Toyota Stands which run the length of the pitch – however ticket prices here start at £34, so you’ll be paying handsomely for the view.

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