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08 January 2023 Venue Pride Park Stadium Attendance

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Match Reports


8 January 2023

The Reds were beaten at Derby County to bring our 22/23 Emirates FA Cup campaign to an end.

A James Collins penalty just before the break along with a Tom Barkhuizen goal on the hour mark created an uphill task for Michael Duff's side, before a Jason Knight goal in the 80th minute sealed the Rams' place in the fourth round.

The Reds had actually started brightly, dominating the opening 20 minutes or so. They got in behind the hosts inside the opening minute, with a Tom Edwards switch ball finding Nicky Cadden on the left. A nice flick down the line found the onrushing Liam Kitching who had the chance to cross - but Eiran Cashin stopped that with a vital interception to prevent Devante Cole firing on goal.

It was a strong start for the Reds, who almost took the lead in the fourth minute. A corner by Luca Connell found Edwards - who rose highest - crashing a powerful header towards the far corner which required a smart stop from Joe Wildsmith in the Rams' goal. The rebound almost fell for Kitching, who if he had connected with the ball was all but sure to give Barnsley the lead.

Matty Wolfe was on the end of a late challenge by Louis Sibley in the middle of the park which provided opportunity for Herbie Kane to cross into the middle on seven minutes. The Bristol-born midfielder swung in a dangerous cross which found James Norwood in space in the middle. His header however lacked the power to trouble the former Reds loanee 'keeper Wildsmith.

The right foot of Cadden saw the Reds nearly take the lead once again in a game they were well on top in, with the Scot cutting in from the left and curling an effort narrowly wide of the goal in the ninth minute.

The hosts grew into the affair, and on 24 minutes almost found an opener to go with it. Tom Barkhuizen delivered a pinpoint cross to Lewis Dobbin who was waiting at the back post. A combination of the woodwork and Jack Walton seemed to prevent the Rams opening the scoring.

There was a long stoppage in play after Edwards went down clutching his knee after blocking a cross on the left. From the resulting corner, the Rams had a penalty. Somewhere in the crowd inside the area, Wolfe was adjudged to have handled the ball. Josh Benson came on to replace the injured Edwards before James Collins stepped up and rolled home past Jack Walton to give the hosts the lead on the cusp of half-time.

HALF TIME: Derby County 1-0 Barnsley

The Reds looked dangerous in the opening exchanges of the second half, enjoying more of the ball higher up the pitch courtesy of Cadden and Benson. However, the hosts kept reminding the Barnsley backline of their presence, threatening via the flanks.

This threat became very evident on 60 minutes, as Barkhuizen doubled Derby's lead. Barnsley failed to clear their lines, the ball broke to the attacker in the area and he made no mistake, rifling one into the roof of the goal.

The Rams controlled proceedings after their second of the afternoon, the Reds struggling to find any rhythm out on the Pride Park pitch.

Jason Knight added insult to injury with ten minutes to play, rolling home into an empty net. A defensive mishap at the back allowed Nathaniel Mendez-Laing to first fire at goal, Walton saving well, but the ball eventually broke for Knight who put the game out of sight for Michael Duff's men.

FULL TIME: Derby County 3-0 Barnsley

Reds XI: Walton, Williams, Edwards (J Benson), Cundy, Kitching, Cadden, Wolfe (Phillips), Connell (Martin), Kane, Norwood (Aitchison), Cole.

Unused subs: Collins (GK), Moon, Ackroyd, Larkeche, Lancaster.

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Ticket News


3 January 2023

Tickets remain on sale for our Emirates FA Cup third round trip to Pride Park!

We initially received an allocation of 1,579 tickets in the South East Corner for our clash with Derby County on Sunday 8 January 2023, kicking off at the earlier time of 12.30pm.

We have so far sold 840 tickets - prices below!



Adult: £10
Senior Over 65: £5
Young Adult (18-21): £5
Juvenile (13-17): £5
Juvenile (6-12): *£5
Infant (2-5): *Free

*Infant tickets must be purchased as part of a pair with a parent/guardian aged 18 or above. Any child aged 15 and under must be accompanied by someone aged 18 or above and children aged under 2 years will not be permitted entry to the stadium.


Please note that Pride Park is a cashless stadium. We recommend you view their current bag policy here.

Ambulant disabled supporters and wheelchair users will pay their relevant age-related category. Carer’s tickets are free of charge as detailed in DCFC’s away visitor’s guide. The club has a dedicated car parking area for away disabled supporters charged at £10. Please contact Emma Drury no later than 24 hours before the match to book, 01332 667528 or email

Official Club Coach Travel departs at 10am priced at £18 per seat. We have a strict no alcohol policy. Children under 16 must be accompanied by a responsible adult 18+.

The postage deadline for this game has now passed. We ask that, where possible, supporters select to collect from Oakwell or contact us to specifically request a collection from Derby County. Tickets will remain on sale from the Box Office until 12 noon THIS Friday 6 January 2023, subject to availability.

If you are purchasing away game and cup tickets for other people, you must correctly assign the ticket to each individual for every game even when tickets are on general sale. This will enable us to offer the correct privileges to supporters on occasions when tickets are on restricted sales in a category system. 


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