Visiting Home Park
When you match stunning architecture and beautiful ambience with outstanding facilities and impeccable service what you have is Home Park. A venue that redefines hospitality in the South West, setting the bar just that little bit higher than it’s ever been before in the region.
Not only is this venue an impressive place to watch first class professional football with the Club Argyle corporate membership, it’s also one of the most iconic venues for holding a conference, staging an event or marking an important occasion.
As a venue, Home Park now delivers on every possible level, all visitors are assured that above anything else, their time spent here will be memorable.
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 British Football.
Getting to Home Park
Home Park Stadium, Plymouth, PL2 3DQ
Arriving By Car
From the east, take the A38 to Plymouth and exit at Manadon roundabout, signposted “Plymouth Argyle and Ferry Port”
Take the second exit at the roundabout, following the direction of the flyover, to the left. Travel a mile on this road, and Home Park will appear on your left. If coming from the west, head towards Plymouth on the A38, and take the junction indicated above, but take the fifth exit, to the right. For Sat-Nav purposes, the postcode of the ground is PL2 3DQ.
Outland Road Car Park, adjacent to Home Park is a very large – and free! – car park. It is council-run, and is typically a park-and-ride car park into the city. It is free to use on match-days, but will obviously begin to fill up very early for many fixtures, especially local Derbies, Bank Holiday fixtures, etc.
Plymouth Train Station is a 15-20 minute picturesque (though uphill) walk through the back of Central Park to Home Park. Alternatively, it’s a 5 minute drive in a Taxi.