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Information For Supporters Travelling To Chesterfield

11 November 2015

Here is some important information for supporters travelling to Chesterfield on Saturday.


There is a separate ticket office for away fans behind the Rubicon north stand which takes card payments and cash payments on the day of the game.

The facilities at the Proact Stadium is covered and all seated so a major change to those used to the open terrace at Saltergate and there is a concourse selling the usual footballing fayre including the wonderful locally produced Jackson Pies and a range of beverages.

Travel - Sat Nav: S41 8NZ

From The North West & East:

From the M1 motorway: leave the motorway at junction 30 at Balborough signposted Chesterfield. At the roundabout take the first exit in around a quarter of a mile theres another roundabout. Take the 4th exit signpost Staveley/ Chesterfield A619 and drive past McDonalds on your left and cross over the motorway. Warning! : speed cameras on this road so take it easy!. Follow the A619 through Mastin Moor and towards Staveley.

In Staveley there's the Speedwell Arms on your right if you fancy a pint (Townes Brewery Brew Pub). At the roundabout take the first exit there's one mini roundabout most people drive straight over it follow the A619 through Staveley towards Brimington.

In Brimington (speed cameras!) follow the A619 round the large island keep in the left-hand lane and follow signs to Chesterfield. At the bottom of Brimington Hill drive straight towards Sainsburys. 

At the Sainsbury's roundabout keep in the left-hand lane and follow the A619 towards Tesco's. At the Tesco's roundabout take the 3rd exit straight over past the new Hotel Casa and towards Tesco's and Gordon Lamb garage on the left. Donkey Derby on the right. At the next roundabout take the 3rd exit and drive along the B6057 Sheffield Road. You should be able to see the ground on your left just past Tesco's entrance.

Local Amenities 

There is a public house on Whittington Moor called the Derby Tup which gladly accepts away supporters, as well as the Donkey Derby pub.

There are plenty of fish and chip shops close by as well as a Costa Coffee and café inside the big local Tesco.

Cash machines are also outside Tesco for supporters to use.

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