Tickets for Nottingham Forest's eagerly-awaited game against Derby County on Monday night are now sold out.
Reds supporters have snapped up all available general-admission tickets for the East Midlands derby and all hospitality packages have also been sold.
It's a fifth City Ground sell-out of the season as Forest fans continue their exceptional backing of Martin O'Neill's side both at home and on the road and another 29,400+ crowd on Trentside for this vital Sky Bet Championship clash.
Supporters are reminded that if they aren’t planning to bring their child to the game but want to bring a friend or other family member, then they can upgrade their child’s season card seat for this game by calling the ticket office or visiting in-person. If possible, upgrades should be done well in advance to avoid long queues on the day of the game.
The last post for Derby tickets is Thursday 21st February so there is still plenty of time to upgrade tickets and receive them in the post ahead of the big game.
Any supporters who have missed out on tickets for the East Midlands derby are reminded that tickets for the next two home games against Hull City (Saturday 9th March) and Aston Villa (Wed 13th March) are now on general sale.
Purchase match tickets by calling 0115 982 4388 or by visiting tickets.nottinghamforest.co.uk
and use our new print-at-home service, meaning that you can print your own tickets on your home/office printer and have your tickets immediately to hand.