Find out more as we head to Pride Park on Sunday 8 January in Emirates FA Cup third round action!
It is our second visit to Pride Park this season, facing the Rams back in August in Sky Bet League One.
Derby County have played at Pride Park since 1997, as a replacement for the former home, the Baseball Ground.
Supporters are reminded that there is no pay-on-the-day facility for this tie.
Where is Pride Park?
Pride Park Stadium can be found at the following address:
Pride Park Stadium
Where will Reds fans be situated in the stadium?
1131 Reds fans will be in the South East corner stand at Pride Park backing the boys in Emirates FA Cup action.
See the map below provided by Derby County.
Where can Reds supporters find matchday parking?
Parking can be found at Derby Conference Centre on London Road (A6), at the postcose DE24 8UX. The Conference Centre is around a 10–15-minute walk from Pride Park Stadium. 200 spaces are available at a price of £8 per car.
How far is the nearest railway station to Pride Park?
Derby Train Station is the closest train station to Pride Park Stadium and is around a 15-minute walk to to the stadium.
However, industrial rail action is planned on Saturday 7 January, meaning services on the following day - Sunday 8 January - will be affected.
Reds supporters planning to travel by train are urged to plan their journey before departing for Pride Park.
What is the weather forecast for the match on Sunday?
Physical money won't be accepted at the stadium on Sunday as Pride Park is a cashless stadium.
We look forward to seeing you in the away end cheering the Reds on loud and proud in the Emirates FA Cup!