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Argyle v Portsmouth - Ready Reckoner

14 May 2016

PLEASE note the following advice, if attending Sunday's Sky Bet League 2 Play-Off semi-final second leg at Home Park...

THE match kicks off at 6pm. However, the game is sold out, so please take care to arrive early and ease anticipated pressure on the Home Park turnstiles.  

USE public transport, whenever possible.
 
Stagecoach will be operating a Park & Ride scheme from the George Junction and Coypool before and after the game. Locations can be found at www.plymouth.gov.uk/parkandride.
 
FREE parking is available adjacent to the ground, but this will fill up very early. Street parking in the area is available, but please take care to note local restrictions. 

TURNSTILES to the Mayflower, Grandstand, Devonport End, Lyndhurst and Barn Park end all open at 4.30pm.
 
THE Family Zone for All is not open for the game. 
 
PLEASE make sure you sit in the seat that corresponds to the number on your ticket. Anyone found in a seat or an area where they should not be could be ejected from the ground.
 
RECEPTION at Home Park will be open from noon.  

THE Argyle Ticket Office will open at 10am on match-day morning for collections.
 
THE Superstore at Home Park will also be open from 10am.
 
ON police advice, we will not be selling alcohol from the concourse serveries during the half-time interval.
 
IT is a criminal offence to enter a sports ground whilst drunk and to bring alcohol into the ground. Anyone trying to enter Home Park whilst drunk will be refused entry and anyone found attempting to bring alcohol into the ground will be handed to the police. There is a three-year football banning order linked to these offences.
 
FANS are asked to be mindful of the Home Park ground regulations and refrain from entering the field of play before, during or after any game. Pitch incursions pose a threat to the safety of players, officials and spectators and will result in the Pilgrims being disciplined by the Football Association. Such incidents have resulted in clubs being charged and subsequently fined up to £200,000 by Regulatory Commissions.
 
THE following articles must not be brought into the ground: knives, fireworks, smoke canisters, air-horns, flares, weapons, dangerous or hazardous items, laser devices, bottles, glass vessels, cans, poles and any article that might be used as a weapon and/or compromise public safety.
 

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