Tickets for Carlisle United's League One swansong at Derby County go on sale on Monday.

The Blues have confirmed details for the final game of the campaign at Pride Park on Saturday, April 27.

United have been allocated an initial 1,778 tickets, with the prospect of 800 more if they are needed.

Eight pairs of wheelchair tickets are also available.

Season ticket holders will get the first chance to buy tickets on Monday, April 15 from 10am.

They can purchase one ticket only, the club have added.

Remaining tickets will then go on general sale from 10am the following day.

It is an all-ticket game with no sales on match day.

"Due to the home end selling out, you must already be an account holder with us to be able to purchase a ticket - you will have to log into your account first, otherwise you will not see the game available online," United add, with further details available via the club website.

Tickets will go off sale at 4pm on Thursday, April 25, United added.

News and Star: The game will see Paul Simpson, right, return to a club where he played and coachedThe game will see Paul Simpson, right, return to a club where he played and coached (Image: PA)

It will be Carlisle's first ever league game at Pride Park, their only other visit coming in the League Cup back in 2016.

And it's United's first league trip to take on Derby since October 1983, when the Cumbrians won 4-1 at the old Baseball Ground in Division Two thanks to four goals from Malcolm Poskett.

While it will be relegated Carlisle's final game before their return to League Two under former Derby player and coach Paul Simpson, the Rams will be hoping for a promotion party at the game which kicks off at 12.30pm.

Paul Warne's side are currently second in the table, two points ahead of the chasing pack with three matches to go, although third-placed Bolton Wanderers have a game in hand in the race for a place in the Championship.