Derbyshire County Cricket Club will be bringing first-class cricket back to Chesterfield in 2015 for a tenth successive season, as Queen’s Park plays host to the Autoworld Volvo XC90 Chesterfield Festival of Cricket, in association with Chesterfield Borough Council.
At the height of the English summer in July, Derbyshire will compete in a duo of NatWest T20 Blast fixtures against 2013 champions Northamptonshire Steelbacks and neighbours Yorkshire Vikings, which will bookend the traditional first-class fixture against Glamorgan.
The Club is expecting another capacity crowd for the visit of Yorkshire on Sunday 12 July (2.30pm start), a game which saw over 4,000 in attendance in 2014.
The Autoworld Volvo XC90 Chesterfield Festival of Cricket at Queen’s Park, Chesterfield, in partnership with Chesterfield Borough Council.
Directions to Queen’s Park
Directions from Derby to Queen’s Park Courtesy of AA Route Planner:
Due to building work taking place at Queen’s Park this summer and limited parking facilities, the Club will not be selling any further car parking tickets for the Autoworld Volvo XC90 Chesterfield Festival of Cricket, in association with Chesterfield Borough Council.
Limited parking will still be available, signposted on Boythorpe Road, to those in possession of a parking pass or parking ticket. This will be on a first come, first serve basis.
The Club would advise supporters to plan their journeys in advance of the day and give plenty of time to arrive at the ground. Supporters without a parking pass are encouraged to make their own parking arrangements, with a number of public car parks available in the immediate vicinity of the ground, or make full use of public transport available in the area.
Local Public Car Park
- New Beetwell Street – This car park, which has 465 spaces, will be open until 7:30pm after each fixture at this summer’s festival. Click HERE for more information.
We apologise for any inconvenience this will cause.
For more information about the Autoworld Volvo XC90 Chesterfield Festival of Cricket, please call 01332 388 101 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.