Triple Treat

HOME Park is hosting a triple treat for the Green Army this weekend.

•    On Saturday, John Sheridan’s Pilgrims take on Championship new boys Yeovil Town in their final pre-season friendly before the big kick-off of the new Sky Bet League 2 season;

•    On Sunday, John is throwing open the doors of the Theatre of Greens to allow fans exclusive access to the first-team squad training session;

•    On Monday, John and Argyle’s new Performance Manager John Harbin will be staging a Meet the Members Question & Answer evening.

The match against Yeovil will be the final time the Green Army will be able to see their heroes in action before the beginning of the new season.

The game kicks off at 3pm and tickets are priced at £9 for adults, and £4 for concessions, as long as they are bought before match-day. Match-day prices are £11 and £6.

The Home Park Ticket Office (0845 872 3335) will remain open until 7pm on the eve of the game, Friday, July 26.

The players return to Home Park the morning after the Yeovil match for a post-game training session that supporters will be able to watch.

The Barn Park end will be open from 10am for fans to gain free admission to the session, which will begin at around 10.30am and last for about an hour.

As well as the training session, supporters will be able to take part in a range of activities being staged by the club’s Football in the Community Trust and the Green Taverners between 10am-2pm. The FIL Family Zone For All will be open, and food and drink will be available to purchase.

The third leg of an exciting weekend for Pilgrims fans sees manager John Sheridan host an evening Q&A session for Argyle Members in the FES Devonport End.

As well as being able to address questions to John and Performance Manager John Harbin, Members will be able to collect their 2013-14 Membership cards from a special stall set up under the stand.

The evening takes place between 7-8pm and the Devonport End will open at 6.30pm.

The Green Army is reminded that the Devonport End will be closed for the Yeovil game as the concourse is being used by St Luke’s Hospice for their Midnight Walk. 

There will be no reserved seating in the Mayflower Grandstand or along the Lyndhurst side.