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Pride Park Stadium is an all-seater football stadium in Derby, England, that is the home ground of English Football League club Derby County. With a capacity of 33,597, it is the 16th-largest football ground in England and the 20th-largest stadium in the United Kingdom. Located on Pride Park, a business park on the outskirts of Derby city centre, the stadium was built as part of the commercial redevelopment of the area in the 1990s. Derby County have played at the ground since it opened in 1997 as a replacement for their former home, the Baseball Ground. Due to sponsorship, the venue was officially known as the iPro Stadium between 2013 and 2016.
Nice stadium and friendly staff. Food and drink inside stadium very expensive, so make sure you eat before you go inside. Lots of choice outside stadium. Lots of car parking.
Good facilities and good atmosphere but the football I saw today was dreadful. I have seen young kids team play better than that.
If your a Derby follower (like my family) then this place is a must visit with a club shop on site offer a wide selection of club merchandise. When match days aren't on you can book tours around the stadium with visits to the dug outs, the teams locker rooms and other key area of the stadium. They also offer a wide of special events for weddings, birthdays, fathers and mothers day specials. There are also a selection of food outlets on site such as Greg's, Subway and Frankie benies.
A nice family friendly, modern stadium. Easy to access and plenty of staff to help guide you if needed. Nearby there are shops, places to eat and easy access to Derby sort centre. If you are mobile I would recommend walking on a match day. Derby train station also is close by and has an alternative exit that takes you straight to the station.
Good you can leave the stadium at half time to get food at the outlets outside. Good pitch views from all areas
Modern stadium with a decent capacity. The bars and cafes surrounding make this place quite welcoming and special. Highly recommended if you want to live a game with a great atmosphere.
One of the best stadiums in any of the leagues but up there in the championship as the best. Good beer, food and sometimes the football's alright aswell, always worth the 200 mile round trip for myself as a fan! Added bonus now of the Yard bar for a drink at the ground before the match!
What can I say..if you're a Derby supporter there's no better place. But a great ground and good experience for away fans but expect to go home with no points. Well situated and close to the railway station
Went to Pride Park with Fulham. A nice modern stadium with a huge car parking area. Once inside the is a kiosk selling pies, tea coffee etc. Beer was sold. The people working behind these counters were having problems with their till... but didnt talk to us customers who were left standing. No issues with stewards. I had a good day out.
Great football ground with restraunts and burger vans and fish and chips. Great coffee shop and staff are very helpful. Its just the team that lets this place down. Mel Morris did a fantastic job for the team lads!!!!!!
Fantastic place. Really modern and smart. Free parking too! Would recommend
Nice enough ground. Large capacity, in excess of 33,000. Food and drink options fairly standard, but there’s food outlets nearby. All the staff and stewards were polite and friendly and there was ample police presence. Had a great day out.
Always a great atmosphere here on match days, stewards are mostly friendly and happy to help. The stadium is always clean and tidy. Only criticism would be there is never enough staff available in the bars at half time. Every match I've been to this season there has been numerous fans complaining as they can't get served in time but nothing gets any better.