£20 for Two Tickets to Watch Derby County FC vs Leicester City FC on Thursday 23 February (60% Off)
- 33,000 capacity stadium with multiple facilities
- Food and refreshments available on the ground
- Two tickets to watch Derby County FC vs Leicester City FC
- Seats located in a Pride Park home stand
- Tickets to witness an intense East Midlands rivalry
Limit 1 per 2 people. May buy multiple as gifts. Non-refundable booking policy. Online redemption required at http://tickets.wearederby.com/index.php?option=com_eventb&task=voucherdetails&id=15 with voucher codes and valid email address. Entry subject to ground regulations. Seats located in Derby County FC home stand. Upgraded seating available for a surcharge when booking. Original price based on lowest priced options.
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Although known as a popular sporting pastime, the first foot ball was a black tie event for podiatrists, manicurists and yardstick makers. Go the distance with today’s Groupon: £20 for two tickets to see Derby County FC vs Leicester City FC on Thursday 23 February.
About the team
Over 120 years of footballing history stands behind The Rams of Derby County FC as they take to the pitch at Pride Park, playing in the Npower Championship and pushing hard to get back into the top flight. Performing athletic feats and defence-penetrating displays of skill, the Midlanders rattle up 33,000 spectators on a weekly basis, gaining themselves a reputation for having one of the most passionate fan bases in English professional football. Boasting a multinational squad including Shaun Barker and the safe hands of Frank Fielding, the team put on a display of lion-hearted tackles and buzzcut strikes on a weekly basis, performing under the watchful eyes of manager Nigel Clough.
About the event
Currently standing just six points from a top three position in the Championship, Derby County is keen to impress as they take on long-term East Midland rivals Leicester City. The club is looking to make amends for the convincing defeat it suffered in Leicester last October, hoping to hit the back of the net with more success under the watchful eyes of its vocal home fanbase.
Nearest station: Derby Rail
Competition: Npower Championship