Away Guide: Derby County

By SFC Media time Fri 04 Jan Derby v Saints
Photo by Matt Watson | Pride Park

Heading to Pride Park for Southampton's Emirates FA Cup third-round tie with Derby? Consult our away guide before heading off...

Club details

Address: Pride Park Stadium, Pride Park, Derby, DE24 8XL
Telephone: 0871 472 1884
Capacity: 33,597
Nickname: The Rams
Home kit colours: White and black

Away supporters

Southampton’s fans will be housed in the South East Corner for this game. Tickets are not being sold on the day, but any collections can be made at the Away Ticket Cabin, which is located outside of the South East Corner stand. If you want to know which of your shirts to wear, the team will be in its yellow away kit for the match.

Getting there by car

The stadium is conveniently based just off the A52 (Brian Clough Way) and is only ten minutes from Junction 25 of the M1. After leaving the M1 at Junction 25, follow the away supporter signs for the stadium.


Parking for away fans is provided at the Derby Conference Centre on London Road (A6). The postcode is DE24 8UX, with the car park about a 10-15 minute walk from Pride Park. There are spaces for 200 vehicles, with the charge £5 per car.

Getting there by train

Derby’s mainline station is a ten-minute walk away, and can be reached directly by train from Southampton, via the CrossCountry service to Newcastle. The 09.47 from Southampton Central is due in at 13.05 on Saturday. Alternatively, you can travel to Birmingham New Street and change there for Derby, again via CrossCountry services. Visit to plan your journey.


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