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Pay on the night at Pride Park

City supporters will be able to pay on the night at Derby County this evening (August 20th, 7.45pm KO).

To date, just over 560 supporters have purchased a ticket for the fixture at Pride Park - the first of two away games in the space of four days for Lee Johnson's men.

For fans travelling on the night, tickets can be purchased from the Away Ticket Cabin situated at the South East Corner of the stadium. The Ticket Cabin will open at 6pm and tickets will be sold by cash only. Any duplicates and collections will also be available from here.

The matchday ticket prices are as follows:

Adults - £31
Aged 18-21 - £21
Seniors 65+ - £20
Under-18s - £16
Aged 2-12 - £11

Tickets go off sale from Ashton Gate on at 12pm and pay on the night is available.

SECURE YOUR MATCH TICKET

WATCH ON ROBINS TV

In our first domestic livestream of the season, supporters will be able to watch City’s Sky Bet Championship fixture against Derby County by subscribing to Robins TV for just £10. 

The game is available on Robins TV to fans inside the UK and Ireland, as well as international viewers.

In partnership with Visit Bradenton, City’s 2019/20 official destination partner, the away game coverage will have full commentary, replays, graphics and in-game analysis.

Fans based inside the UK and Ireland can purchase an individual match pass HERE for £10, while annual international livestream passes are available at £5 per game or £110 for the whole season.*

SUBSCRIBE TO ROBINS TV NOW

*Except games selected for Sky TV and associated broadcasters.

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