WE have sold out our allocation of away tickets for the upcoming Sky Bet League Two clash with Newport County at Rodney Parade.
Our allocation of 1,037 tickets for the trip to South Wales have been completely snapped up as of this morning, and we have been advised by Newport that there will be no more tickets available for away supporters.
The superb Green Army have already travelled in significant numbers this season, with over 1,600 tickets sold for our 3-0 away win at Crewe Alexandra on the opening day, marking the competitive beginning to the Ryan Lowe era in some style.
The Pilgrims’ last trip to Rodney Parade occurred last season, where a young side lost out 2-0 in a dead rubber in the EFL Trophy. The last time we met there in league football, Argyle were victorious 3-1. We also played at Rodney Parade in an FA Cup replay, setting up the lucrative and memorable tie with Liverpool in the third round.
Our last meeting with the Exiles at Home Park was one to remember, as a 6-1 victory ensured our promotion from Sky Bet League Two in 2016-17.
Thank you for your outstanding support.