Cheltenham Town travel to Pride Park tomorrow evening to face Derby County in League One (7:45PM KO).
It will be Cheltenham's first competitive fixture at Pride Park, and the Robins are aiming to rebound from Saturday's tough defeat to Portsmouth.
The match in January between the two sides was the first competitive meeting for Cheltenham and the Rams, and it was a close affair with Derby winning 3-2 at the Completely-Suzuki Stadium.
A reminder to supporters that no tickets will be available for purchase at Pride Park, and tickets go offsale with us at 11AM tomorrow. However, you can still purchase your tickets and travel with us now.
Senior (65+) / Young Adult (18-21): £18
Junior (13-17): £12
Child* (6-12): £6
Infant* (2-5): £0
Infants must be purchased as part of a pair with a parent/guardian aged 18 or above.
Any child ages 15 & under must be accompanied by someone aged 18+, and children under 2 years old will not be permitted entry to the stadium.
Cheltenham Town retain 5% of the income from tickets sold via our ticket office, so we always encourage our supporters to purchase in advance wherever possible.
Tickets uncollected from the Completely-Suzuki Stadium will be taken to Pride Park for collection on the day.
If you can't make the trip to Pride Park, then watch the action live on iFollow with our Video Match Pass. Available to watch in the UK and internationally.
The Robins Travel Club will depart the Completely-Suzuki Stadium from 3:30PM, and there is still remaining seats for tomorrow's match that you can book here.
Non Members: £18
Young Robins: £7
By purchasing tickets you agree to the terms and conditions of travel, which can be found here.
If you have not collected your tickets in advance they will be left with the on board steward for collection.
Please note that seating plans are drawn up in advance and changes on the day may not be possible. If you have specific seating requests please e-mail the Ticket Office with details.
If you are driving to Pride Park yourself, then see below the directions to the stadium.
A new set of actions will be implemented across all English football leagues for the 2022/23 season and will be backed by the Football Supporters’ Association. They will target activity such as entering the pitch without permission, carrying or using smoke bombs or pyrotechnics and throwing objects - as well as drug use and discriminatory behaviour.
Anyone caught possessing or using pyrotechnics will be reported to the police and prosecution could result in a permanent criminal record. The pitch must remain safe for players, managers and match officials, just as the stands should be for supporters.