The County Ground
Home of Derbyshire County Cricket Club
The Pattonair County Ground has been the home of cricket in Derbyshire for over 140 years since the Club’s formation in November 1870.
“I propose that a cricket club be formed representing the whole strength of the county, to be called The Derbyshire County Cricket Club.” Walter Boden, 4th November 1870
The ground has a rich sporting heritage and has hosted many events including a FA Cup final, international football and cricket, horse racing and the original home of Derby County Football Club.
The Club has invested a million pounds during the off-season to improve facilities for Members, supporters and Conference & Events customers. The Pattonair Pavilion has been transformed into an exclusive facility for Members on matchdays and a state-of-the-art events venue.
Derbyshire County Cricket Club,
The Pattonair County Ground,