NEVER been to Home Park before? Fear not. After reading this page, you will be a fully sworn-in member of the Green Army. How do I get there? OUR Home Park stadium is based in the Milehouse area of the city, next to Central Park. With green fields and park lands on three sides of the ground, it really has to rank as one of the best placed grounds in the Football League. For satnav purposes, the post code is PL2 3DQ. Click here for a link to Google Maps. DirectionsFrom the North: Travel on the A38 Devon Expressway until the junction with the A386 signposted ‘Home Park, City Centre, Ferry Port, and Tavistock’. At the roundabout as you come off the A38, take the second exit, A386, signposted ‘Plymouth Argyle Home Park, Ferry Port’. Stay on this road for approximately a mile. The stadium is on your left. From Cornwall: Head towards Plymouth on the A38 and across the Tamar Bridge at Saltash. Stay on the A38 until the junction mentioned above and take the fifth exit off the roundabout. By Train: Home Park is also just a short walk from Plymouth North Hill train station. In fact, those who visit by train are likely to experience the best of Central Park as the well-signed route takes you right through the middle of one of Plymouth's best-loved recreation areas. Where can I park? There is a big, council-run, car-park right outside the stadium. Best of all, it is free to use on match-days and you will rarely have problems getting a space. What time should I arrive? The answer to this question depends on what kind of day you would like to have. Want to soak up some of the atmosphere? Then arrive around an hour-and-a-half to an hour before kick-off. That way, you will find that the traffic in the Home Park area will not be so heavy, and you will be able to take your seat in plenty of time to take in some of the pre-match atmosphere. Pre-match: The RM Band entertain the crowd at our Armed Services Day You will be able to watch the players of both sides warm up, and experience some of our pre-match entertainment. Why not purchase the Pilgrim, our award-winning match-day programme, to get you in the mood before the big match? Programmes are available from sellers both inside and outside of the stadium. Where shall I get my ticket? The Home Park Ticket Office is currently located on the main grandstand side of the stadium, next to the Home Park Superstore. Tickets are available there and at selected turnstiles on a match-day. Prices can be seen by clicking here. You do not have to, but we recommend that you buy your ticket in advance. Tickets can be booked in person, by post, over the phone on 01752 907700, or online at www.eticketing.co.uk/pafc. Not only does buying in advance save you queuing unnecessarily on the day of the match, but it ensures that, should we have a large crowd, you can sit where you feel most comfortable and with the best view. Why not have a quick look in the Superstore while you are there? We've got souvenirs at a range of prices from replica shirts to clothing and from scarves to garden gnomes! Can I meet the players? The Argyle players tend to arrive at the stadium around two hours prior to kick-off. They will enter the stadium on the grandstand side of the ground and are always happy to sign autographs or have their photos taken with young fans. Where should I sit? Home Park is a family-friendly stadium so, wherever you chose to watch the match from, you should be guaranteed a good day out, especially if we win! However, just so that your day is suited to your needs, here's a quick guide to the different part of the stadium. The Lyndhurst Stand The Lyndhurst stand stretches down the northern touch-line of the pitch. It offers great views of the game and is home to a lot of our Members. The atmosphere is somewhat subdued, although they like a good cheer when we score a goal! The Devonport End The Devonport End is situated behind the goal on the Outland Road side of the stadium. It is home to our more vociferous supporters and may not be as suitable to children as other areas of the ground. The Devonport is usually in constant song and generates a lot of the atmosphere during the match. The Grandstand The Grandstand is the oldest part of the ground and is home to some of our more elderly supporters. Because it is elevated, it does offer a good view of the pitch but the pillars that hold the roof up means that there is some restricted viewing. The atmosphere in this part of the stadium is at its quietest. The Barn Park End The Barn Park End is the stand behind the goal on the Central Park side of the stadium. It is used to house away supporters and is rarely open to home fans. The Family Zone For All The Family Zone For All is situated in what is known locally as Zoo Corner, the area where the Lyndhurst Stand meets the Barn Park End. It is called Zoo Corner because, as recently as 1978, Central Park Zoo was directly behind the stand. Nowadays, it hosts our award winning Family Zone For All. With half-time activities ranging from five-a-side tournaments to art classes, it really is ideal for families of all ages. The stand offers a great view of the pitch, too. For more details about the Family For All stand, click here. Who is that funny chap in the big hat? That will be our mascot, Pilgrim Pete. Pete is one of the original Pilgrim Fathers, left behind on Drake's Island after he fell overboard from the Mayflower on its way to the New World. Pete loves Argyle and can be found at Home Park on match-days causing all sorts of mischief, and, most importantly, getting behind the team! After the match When you get home after the match, be sure to visit www.pafc.co.uk for all of the post-match reaction. You will find a full match report, reaction from the manager and players, plus loads of pictures. If you subscribe to Argyle Player, you can even watch the highlights of the game and watch exclusive interviews. Got a question? Just ask! We hope that you have found this section handy, but if you have any further questions about Plymouth Argyle, Home Park, or the match-day experience, then feel free to get in touch. Email us at email@example.com, or give us a ring on 01752 562 561. Ticket enquiries should be directed to the Ticket Office, on 0845 872 3335.