Derry City play their home games in the newly redeveloped Brandywell Stadium.
We strongly encourage supporters to arrive in time and to listen to the instructions and advice of the stewards.
The Brandywell Stadium is located on the Lone Moor Rd in the Brandywell area of the city. It’s around a 15 minute walk from the city centre.
Address: Brandywell Stadium, Lone Moor Rd, Derry BT48 9LA
Getting Your Tickets
It is recommended that home fans buy their tickets in advance to avoid delays or disappointment.
Away fans can purchase tickets online here or at the ground on match nights from the outlet at Long Tower Youth Club (far end of greyhound track, beside car park).
All tickets (including Season Tickets) must be scanned by a steward upon entry.
Are terrace tickets available?
Terrace tickets are not available for any fixtures in the Brandywell.
Are there facilities for the disabled/wheelchair users?
Disabled facilities are available in both stands, however the majority of spaces for disabled users in the Mark Farren Stand have been reserved for season ticket holders. If you require disabled seats additional seating is available in the Southend Stand.
Guest List/Other Access
No access will be granted to those who have not received written confirmation from the club on their request to attend the game.
Members of the press should have received communication from the club PRO on access arrangements for the game. If not, accreditation has now closed and no further requests will be accepted.
The Brandywell Stadium is situated in a residential area and normal parking restrictions apply. Please check the area you are parking for these restrictions and take care not to disturb local residents.
Limited spaces are available in the car park next to the greyhound track and can be accessed from the Lone Moor Rd.
Access to the club car park (beside the Mark Farren Stand) is strictly restricted to those who have applied to the club in advance and those that require disabled drop off and collection access.
A large number of car parking spaces will also be available at the Foyle Valley Railway Museum.
Getting In & To Your Seat
Entrance for the Mark Farren Stand will be from the turnstiles on the Lone Moor Road.
Entrance for the Southend Stand will be from the turnstiles on the Brandywell Road. Away supporters should also enter here.
How do I get to my seat?
If you are holding a season ticket for a specific seat; the Block, Row and Seat Number will be displayed on your seat. Please make your way to your seat or ask the nearest steward to direct you. Seats reserved for season ticket holders should be marked with a sign indicating as such.
If you have purchased a match ticket, please note that these are unreserved seating. The majority of the Mark Farren Stand and the centre blocks of the Southend Stand are occupied by Season Ticket Holders.
If you occupy a seat which is reserved by a Season Ticket Holder you will be asked to vacate this seat by the ticket holder and/or stewards. To avoid any issues, we recommend that supporters holding match tickets occupy seats to the left and right of the centre five blocks of the Southend Stand.
I’m an away fan, where do I sit?
Away fans will be situated in Block A and Block B of the Southend Stand. Please enter from the Brandywell Road entrance and make your way to this area of the stand.
Away supporters are strongly encouraged to purchase tickets online ahead of travel to the ground.
Is there a family area?
There is no dedicated family area inside the ground. Depending on the age of the children that you may be bringing, you may wish to sit near Blocks J & K of the Southend Stand. These are where the most vocal Derry fans normally congregate and the children attending may enjoy the energy and colour in this area of the ground.
Please note that there are no baby changing facilities in the ground.
Who can I ask if I have a question?
If you have a question or need help with any aspect please seek assistance from the nearest steward. These will be clearly marked in high-vis jackets. If they are not able to resolve your query then they should be able to direct you to someone who will.
Is there somewhere I can buy merchandise in the ground?
The new Brandywell Club Shop unit is located next to the Mark Farren Stand and will be open before and during the match selling hats, scarves, jerseys and much more. More info can be found here.
Programmes & half time draw tickets will be available from sellers throughout the ground.
Is there somewhere to buy food during the game?
Third party hot food outlets will operate on both sides of the ground. Please note that these outlets are cash only.
Can I bring my own food?
Absolutely. However stewards may ask you to remove bottle tops and other items in order to comply with stadium regulations.
Alcohol is banned in the ground and supporters attempting to bring alcohol into the ground may have this seized and/or be prevented for accessing the stadium.
Are there toilets in the ground?
Yes, toilets are available near both the Southend Stand and Mark Farren Stand.
No alcohol is permitted in the Brandywell Stadium and this will be strictly enforced by Derry City Stewards inside the ground. The surrounding area is also an alcohol-free zone and all supporters are asked to comply with this stipulation when attending matches.
The use of Flares, Smoke Bombs & Pyrotechnics inside and outside the ground on Match Day is strictly forbidden. Anyone found in possession of such items or who discharges such items inside or outside the ground on Match Days is liable to face a ban from Derry City F.C. games for an indefinite period.
In the interests of safety and security supporters may be asked to remain behind for a short period after the final whistle before being escorted to their transport.
In the interests of the health, safety and welfare all those attending the game all supporters are asked to comply with the instructions and directions of Derry City F.C. stewards and security personnel.