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Derby Conference Centre – Pride Park Stadium, Derby County FC
Pride Park Stadium, home of Derby County Football Club, is the ultimate conference centre and events venue in Derby. Furthermore the iconic venue can also host weddings and exhibitions.
We’re located just 2 miles from Derby City Centre, with easy access to the M1 Junction 25. The venue is well signposted due to the Derby train station being a ten-minute walk away. An express service to London St Pancras runs in under 1 hour 40. We also offer over 350 complimentary car parking spaces and can provide directions to the venue.
The function rooms at Pride Park Stadium can host up to 450 guests. This iconic stadium venue has a variety of 33 rooms and suites, including 25 prestigious Executive Boxes perfect for smaller gatherings. Each space can be adapted to suit your individual event. The conference venue also boasts 1416m2 space suitable for exhibitions and events.
Your dedicated event coordinator will work with you from the planning right through to actual event itself to ensure your requirements are met and and your expectations are exceeded.
At Pride Park Stadium you will receive:
- 1GB internet speeds in all meeting rooms
- Over 350 free car parking spaces
- A venue with great transport links, which is less than a mile away from Derby Railway train station
- A choice of catering options
- Stunning views across the pitch
- Professional sound and lighting systems
- Free Wi-Fi coverage in all corporate areas for visitors
- Dedicated cabled internet access in lounges available on request
There are a fantastic range of catering options which are freshly prepared in our kitchen ranging from a finger buffet to A La Carte Fine Dining. Pride Park Stadium have a 5* food hygiene rating. The delicious food and excellent service is a match made in heaven!
Whatever the event, Derby County Football Club strives to constantly understand and deliver our clients’ requirements. Our incredible events team will respond to all enquiries in a timely manner and seek to exceed expectations.
Derby County Football Club has a host of packages available for all budgets. Daily delegate rates starts from as little as £25.00+VAT per person. Executive room hire is just £80.00+VAT per day.
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Monday, 12th Jan 2009 23:02
Former Derby boss Paul Jewell looks back on the Ferrie Bodde saga with hindsight
Derby made the Swansea City midfielder their number one transfer target back in the summer but eventually gave up on Ferrie when the Swans made it clear they were holding out for the required value.
Derby moved on and started the season with their alternative choice but it did not bode well for Jewell who was unable to turn things around and he eventually departed the club recently to be replaced by Nigel Clough.
And now speaking out in the Derby Evening Telegraph he highlights the chase for Bodde as one of the things that he may have done differently if he had the time again.
Jewell said 'It has been a really tough year for everybody but, I have to say, I will always be a Derby supporter now
'I couldn't make a success of it. I tried my hardest but, for whatever reasons, it didn't seem to work and I thought it was best for the good of Derby that I gave someone else a chance.
'It was a very tough decision to make. People ask me if I am relieved having made the decision. No, I am not relieved. It was the right thing to do.
'Nothing would have given me more pleasure than to have made a success of it but it wasn't to be. I still have great fondness for the club.
'I want to say thank you to the fans for their magnificent support and thank you to the chairman and the staff.
'It was a hard decision and I feel I let the chairman down a little bit.
'I know this is the third time I have resigned but, the first time, I could not get on with the chairman at Bradford. The second time, I had definitely taken Wigan as far as I could, so they were successful quits if you like.
'This one hurts because I was not successful.
'I have such an affinity with Derby County, even though I was only there a short space of time.
'The good memories I take away are the fans and the size of the club.
'I am really proud to have been manager of Derby and really disappointed not to have made a success of it.
'I thought we had turned a corner and I thought everyone could see that but then we were hit by unbelievably bad injuries and bad decisions,' said Jewell.
'I remember the Forest one, when Miles Addison's header was ruled out, and the decisions at Coventry and Blackpool.
'There are defining moments in seasons. We should have beaten Forest and the equaliser at Coventry came from what should have been our throw-in. Those points would have made a huge difference. International opera choir 2020. We couldn't quite get to a point or so behind the play-off positions.
'I thought we were moving forward and then losing Martin Albrechtsen, Dean Leacock, Steve Davies and Kris Commons at times really hurt us.
'We lacked depth in midfield. With hindsight, I should maybe have stuck out for Swansea midfielder Ferrie Bodde. The chairman wanted to pay £2m for him and I thought it was too much money.
'Having said that, Addison has come on and done well.
'I think I have left Derby with some decent players for nothing – (Paul) Green, Commons, (Paul) Connolly – but I know some mistakes were made in the transfer market.'
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