|Pride Park Stadium|
|Owners||Derby County F.C.|
|Location|| Pride Park|
|Opened||18 July 1997|
|Tenants||Derby County (1997–present)|
Pride Park Stadium, currently known officially as the iPro Stadium for sponsorship purposes, is an all-seater football stadium located on the Pride Park business park on the outskirts of Derby, England. It is the current home of Football League Championship club Derby County, who moved to the stadium from the Baseball Ground upon its opening in 1997. With space for 33,597 spectators, Pride Park Stadium has the sixteenth-largest capacity of any English football stadium, the twentieth-largest of any stadium in the United Kingdom, and the one hundred and twenty-first-largest in Europe.
The ground has hosted one full England international fixture, played whilst the new Wembley Stadium was under construction, as well as several England U21s fixtures and a friendly match between Brazil and Ukraine.
Pride Park was renamed the iPro Stadium on 7 December 2013, as part of a 10-year, £7 million sponsorship deal with global sports' drink company iPro.
|Derby County Football Club|
|2017-18 EFL Championship Stadiums|
Ashton Gate (Bristol City) · Bramall Lane (Sheffield United) · Cardiff City Stadium (Cardiff City) · Carrow Road (Norwich City) · City Ground (Nottingham Forest) · Craven Cottage (Fulham) · Deepdale (Preston North End) · Elland Road (Leeds United) · Griffin Park (Brentford) · Hillsborough (Sheffield Wednesday) · KCOM Stadium (Hull City) · Loftus Road (Queens Park Rangers) · Macron Stadium (Bolton Wanderers) · Madejski Stadium (Reading) · Molineux Stadium (Wolverhampton) · Oakwell (Barnsley) · Pirelli Stadium (Burton Albion) · Portman Road (Ipswich Town) · Pride Park (Derby County) · Riverside Stadium (Middlesbrough) · St Andrew's (Birmingham City) · Stadium of Light (Sunderland) · The Den (Millwall) · Villa Park (Aston Villa)