Intimidating football chants

04-Dec-2017 01:21 by 8 Comments

Intimidating football chants

The facilities within the stadium and view of the playing action are both very good.

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I have received reports of away fans not being allowed entry into the stadium for being 'too drunk' in the opinion of the stewards, so be on your best behaviour.

George Donovan a visiting Ipswich Town supporter adds; ' In my opinion Pride Park is the best ground in the Championship - yes, even better than Portman Road!

- thanks to its location, proximity to the train station, good pubs best pub I've been to on the way to the ground (The Brunswick - over a dozen real ales always on tap including my fave Timmy Taylors Landlord), superb catering with no queues, fantastic view, friendly home fans and great PA'.

However, unless you are going to arrive mob handed, then it is probably best to turn right out of the station and make your way down to The Brunswick or Alexandra Hotel.

Both these pubs have a railway theme, serve a great range of real ales and are listed in the CAMRA Good Beer Guide..

Alas the Greggs is closed on matchdays (I guess not man fans would pay for a pie inside the stadium if they were).

Pete Stump informs me; ' On a recent visit, the police directed us to a "Harvester" about five minutes walk away from the stadium.However, this is unlikely to happen unless the Club become established in the Premier League.Away fans are now located in one corner of the stadium, between the East and South Stands, where up to 2,700 fans can be housed.I have visited Pride Park a number of times now and have found the Derby supporters to be friendly and have not experienced any problems.Entrance to the stadium is via electronic turnstiles, meaning that you have to insert your ticket into an electronic reader to gain entry.The teams emerge to ' White Riot' by the Clash.