THE Green Army will travel a grand total of 11,405 miles to and from our 23 away games in Sky Bet League Two next season.
While our final day relegation from Sky Bet League One may still abide painfully in the memories of Argyle fans, they do, at least, have the small comfort of slightly reduced travel next season - 600 miles shorter than the previous campaign.
This can be attributed, in large part, to the return of the Devon Derby with local rivals Exeter City, a round trip from Home Park of 93 miles, while additional excursions to Newport, Forest Green, Cheltenham and Swindon are all closer to Devon than all bar one of last year’s opponents (Bristol Rovers).
Our longest Pilgrimage of the 2019-20 season sees us make the 778-mile round trip to Brunton Park, home of Carlisle United – 28 miles shorter than last season’s longest journey to Sunderland.
The Greens will find out who their opening day opponents will be on Thursday, June 20, when the EFL releases its fixture list for the upcoming season.
Argyle On The Road
Carlisle United (Brunton Park): 778 miles
Grimsby Town (Blundell Park): 690 miles
Bradford City (Valley Parade): 660 miles
Morecambe (Globe Arena): 658 miles
Scunthorpe United (Glanford Park): 636 miles
Oldham Athletic (Boundary Park): 584 miles
Salford City (Moor Lane): 584 miles
Colchester United (Colchester Community Stadium): 580 miles
Cambridge United (Abbey Stadium): 556 miles
Mansfield Town (Field Mill): 534 miles
Macclesfield Town (Moss Rose): 532 miles
Leyton Orient (Brisbane Road): 508 miles
Crewe Alexandra (Gresty Road): 504 miles
Port Vale (Vale Park): 490 miles
Stevenage (Broadhall Way): 472 miles
Northampton Town (Sixfields Stadium): 462 miles
Crawley Town (Broadfield Stadium): 462 miles
Walsall (Bescot Stadium): 462 miles
Swindon Town (The County Ground): 322 miles
Cheltenham Town (Whaddon Road): 318 miles
Forest Green Rovers (The New Lawn): 296 miles
Newport County (Rodney Parade): 274 miles
Exeter City (St James Park): 93 miles