Derwent Park is a multi-purpose stadium in Workington, England situated beside the Cumbrian River Derwent. It is home to Workington Town Rugby League Club. The stadium is also the home of the Workington Comets who race in the Premier League, the second division of motorcycle speedway in the UK.
The stadium has a capacity of 10,000 people with 1,200 seats. Derwent Park held its first full international match on 1 December 2000 with the Aotearoa Māori versus Samoa game in the 2000 Rugby League World Cup. Samoa defeated Aotearoa Māori 21–16 in front of 4,107 fans.
Two matches at Rugby League World Cup 2013 were held at the venue, both involving Scotland in their matches against Tonga on Tuesday 29 October, watched in front of 7,630, and Italy Sunday 3 November, watched in front of 7,280. The ground is now perhaps more famously known for hosting the match between New Zealand and Scotland on 11 November in the 2016 Four Nations. New Zealand were expected to win the game easily but it ended in an 18-18 draw. Following match, Kiwis head coach David Kidwell blamed the result on the poor facilities at the stadium.