WE give the travelling fans the lowdown on what’s on offer before kick-off and some useful information for disabled supporters.
The Green Taverners supporters group hosts a Fans’ Fest ahead of each and every league game, and away fans are also welcome to attend.
The event includes live music and incorporates a pasty and a pint within your entry ticket. For more information on this event, or to buy tickets, visit the GT’s website. Please note, capacity at these events are limited and we advise you to book early to avoid disappointment.
Plymouth Argyle Football Club is proud to achieve the highest standard, Gold, in the EFL’s Family Excellence scheme. We welcome visiting families to utilise our Family Zone, located under vomitory 20 in the Barn Park end.
The family zone includes a number of video game consoles, a pool table, tennis table, a tuck shop and many board games for families to enjoy. The club mascot, Pilgrim Pete, is also known to visit this area pre-match for photo opportunities.
Plymouth Argyle Football Club fully supports the principle of equal opportunities and oppose all forms of unlawful or unfair discrimination on the grounds of disability. Our aim is to make the match-day experience as enjoyable and inclusive for all supporters.
There are a number of wheelchair bays available for supporters – these are in Row A of the Barn Park End, at ground level. Wheelchair users and ambulant supporters who are in receipt of higher disability allowance are entitled to have a carer attend Home Park alongside them, free of charge. Disabled tickets can be purchased by contacting the visiting club, where proof of entitlement will need to be presented to ensure a carer ticket.
If you have any other enquiries relating to disability access, please get in touch with our Disability Liaison Officer, Nikki Francis (Nikki.email@example.com). The club will do its utmost to ensure your needs are met.
New for the 2019-20 season, we have a number of Autism Packs available for both home and away supporters attending games at Home Park. The packs include a lanyard, which will allow match-day staff to identify autistic supporters, a map of the stadium, ear defenders and a stress ball. To request an autism pack ahead of your visit to our stadium, please contact Nikki.firstname.lastname@example.org