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Match-Day Hospitality at the Theatre of Greens

26 July 2018

THE renovation works at Home Park mean that our traditional match-day hospitality venues will be unavailable to us throughout the 2018-19 Sky Bet League One season.

However, supporters who want to taste our celebrated pre-match fare before drinking in the atmosphere at Home Park will still be able to do so.

For most games, our peerless team of chefs will serve up the best food in the EFL in the neighbouring Life Centre.

Venue aside, our renowned hospitality package will remain precisely the same as it always has.

Before the match, supporters can enjoy a three course hot fork-buffet with waitress service from the bar.

Former players from Argyle Legends will also be in attendance to mingle with guests, chat about their stories from when they wore the Green, and voice their informed opinions on how the season is shaping up.

There is also a pre-match quiz, where the prize for winning is a complimentary round of drinks for your table, and a match programme, team sheet and ticket for the game are also included in the package.

After the final whistle, supporters will be able to watch the man-of-the-match presentation and discuss the game with other fans.

On the odd occasion when the Life Centre is not available, alternative arrangements have been made.

When AFC Wimbledon visit in October, Plymouth’s historic Duke of Cornwall Hotel will host our hospitality, while the Crowne Plaza will be the venue before our game against Bradford City in December.

Supporters will be escorted between the hotel and Home Park before and after the match.

Hospitality for most matches cost £55(+VAT), with packages for games against Sunderland, Bristol Rovers and Portsmouth priced at £75(+VAT).

Season-Ticket holders enjoy a 20% discount.

To book, or for further information, please contact the Commercial Operations team at Home Park, either at commercial@pafc.co.uk or on 01752 302204.


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