Match Tickets are are priced at £15 for adults, £12 for OAPs/Students and £5 for Under 15s. More information is available here.
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).
The forecast for Friday evening is is around 8°C with rain expected.
Friday’s match referee is Robert Harvey, and he will be assisted by Darragh Keegan & Darren Corcoran. Michael Connolly is the fourth official.
See our team news report for all of the latest from the City camp.
A link to Derry’s match preview will be added when available.
We will have live online coverage of the game. Updates will be provided on our Twitter account (@CorkCityFC), as well as updates of key incidents on our Facebook page. We will also have reports and reaction on RebelArmy.TV, Soundcloud, Spotify and CCFC.ie.
Don’t forget to tune in to our social media channels for all the latest news and exclusive content, and you can use our official hashtag for all of your posts – #CCFC84
How do I get there?
Match information is available here.
The Brandywell Stadium is located on the Lone Moor Road in the Brandywell area of the city, around a 15 minute walk from the city centre.
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.
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.