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Twas the Week Before the Week Before Christmas...

...And Home Park is Ho-Ho-Oh-So Busy

11 December 2017

JUST like everywhere else, Home Park is gearing up for a busy December.

Take a look at this feast of seasonal delights.

On Wednesday, December 13, the Theatre of Greens will once again echo to the sounds of the season when we host our annual Christmas Carol Service at the Devonport end. Gates open at 6.20pm for a 7pm start and entry is free.

To get you in the mood, here's Plymouth Harmony Choir with a unique, Argyle-themed, version of a much-loved carol.

The following day, Thursday, December 14, is a Green Letter day for the Pilgrims. At 2pm, improvements to the Mayflower Grandstand and related developments are to be discussed at a Plymouth City Council Planning Meeting.

Club News

Grandstand Plans on Council Agenda

6 December 2017

The application will be heard at 2pm, at the Council House, and is being heard in public, so all are welcome to attend to hear the latest important step towards the future of Home Park.

In the evening, our FA Youth Cup third round match against Manchester City takes place, kick-off 7pm. 

Match Previews

Thinking Sky Blues

5 December 2017

Tickets are available to purchase now, in person or online, as well as being available on the gate. Prices: adult £5, concession £3, under 18 £1. Hospitality packages are available,starting at £20 per person. For further details, please call 01752 302204 or email commercial@pafc.co.uk.

Looking further ahead, there will be more traditional Christmas carols and songs at Home Park on Saturday, December 23, when we entertain Oldham Athletic in Sky Bet League One.

If you are interested in going to that game, and the New Year's Day fixture at home to Walsall, you might like to take advantage of this right old deal.

Ticket News

A Right Old Saving

7 December 2017

Supporters who buy a ticket for our first game of 2018 will be able to buy tickets for the last game of 2017 at a discounted rate. Once you have bought your Walsall ticket, an adult ticket for Oldham will be £15; over 65s and those aged 18-21 will pay £10; and under 18s can get a ticket for £5. Anyone taking advantage of the offer will also receive a free £5 gift voucher when they spend £50 in the Argyle Superstore.


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