Colchester Fans' Guide

PLYMOUTH Argyle looks forward to welcoming visiting supporters to Home Park this season. To help fans prepare for the fixture, we can provide the following information on getting to the stadium.

By Car:

The stadium (PL2 3DQ) is well sign-posted from the A38. Approaching Plymouth from the east, exit the A38 at the Manadon roundabout, and take the second exit towards the city centre. Remain on Outland Road for around 1.5 miles (around 15 minutes on a busy match-day). Then Home Park should appear into your view on the left-hand side, take the next available left.

By Coach:

Sanctioned supporters’ coaches have allocated parking adjacent to the ground, which remain for the duration of the match.

If you arrive in Plymouth by public coach transport, your service will likely terminate at Plymouth coach station. From here, it is a 30-minute walk to Home Park, through Central Park. Upon departing the coach station on to Armada Way, turn left and walk up the hill, through the subway and past the train station. Home Park will be signposted along the route.

By Train:

Plymouth railway station is located just a mile away from Home Park, and there is a paved walking route which takes you through Central Park straight to the stadium, taking around 20 minutes. Please not that a portion of the walk is up a steep hill.

If you are unable to walk, or prefer not to, there is a taxi rank located just outside the main entrance of the railway station. A cab to Home Park should take no longer than five minutes and cost no more than £5.

If you would prefer to pre-book a taxi in advance, we recommend Need-a-cab (01752 666222) or Tower Cabs (01752 252525), who are both partners of Plymouth Argyle

Please note that turnstiles open 90 minutes before kick-off.