Fixtures List

2023/24 Fixtures Announced

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Neil Warnock’s Huddersfield Town will be Argyle’s first Sky Bet Championship opponents of the season.

The man who guided the Pilgrims to promotion in 1996 returned to manage Huddersfield last season, 30 years after beginning his initial stint with the Terriers. He remarkably kept them in the second tier, and will now begin the 2023/24 campaign at Home Park, just over the border from his home in Cornwall.  

Nine months and 45 games later, Argyle’s season is set to conclude at home against Hull City, on Saturday, 4 May.  

In the second week of the campaign, which is Argyle’s first in the second tier for 13 seasons, the Greens’ first away game will be away to Watford.

Game three of the season, at Home Park, gives Argyle their first test against a side relegated from the Premier League last season, as Southampton are the visitors. The reverse fixture sees Argyle head to St Mary’s on Friday, 29 December.

Leeds United, who were relegated from the Premier League last season, will visit Home Park for first time since 2006 on Saturday, 17 February, with Argyle heading to Elland Road on Saturday, 11 November.

Argyle face the other team relegated from the Premier League, Leicester City, on Saturday, 9 December at the King Power Stadium. The Foxes head to Devon on Saturday, 13 April.

Boxing Day sees a trip to Cardiff City. In Argyle’s previous six-year stint in the Championship, we visited the Welsh capital three times on Boxing Day, with this festive tradition recommencing.

Argyle renew acquaintances with fellow promoted sides Ipswich Town and Sheffield Wednesday in the same week, playing the Owls at Home Park on Wednesday, 25 October, and heading to Ipswich the following weekend. The reverse fixtures are also adjacent, with Ipswich’s visit to Plymouth on Saturday, 2 March followed by a Wednesday trip to meet the Wednesday at Hillsborough, 6 March.

Argyle are set to lock horns with former manager Ryan Lowe on Saturday, 16 September with a visit to Preston North End. Preston will come to Home Park on Saturday, 16 March.

The Pilgrims’ shortest trip of the season – at Bristol City – takes place on Tuesday, 19 September, with the Robins flying south to us on Easter Monday, 1 April. The longest Pilgrimage of the campaign – the approximately 800-mile round trip to Sunderland – will occur on Saturday, 10 February. The Black Cats will by then have already made their long-haul journey to PL2 on Saturday, 25 November.

There will be no game on the weekends of 9 September, 14 October, 18 November and 23 March, because of international breaks.

Argyle will play their first game of their Emirates FA Cup campaign at the third-round stage, on the weekend of 6 January. The Greens will learn their Carabao Cup first round opponents at 2.30pm on Thursday afternoon, when the draw takes place live on Sky Sports. That game will take place in the week commencing 7 August.

All fixtures are subject to change. This is currently a draft fixtures list, which will be officially confirmed in the week beginning 3 July.



Sat 5 Huddersfield Town (H)
Sat 12 Watford (A)
Sat 19 Southampton (H)
Sat 26 Birmingham (A)


Sat 2 Blackburn Rovers (H)
Sat 16 Preston North End (A)
Tue 19 Bristol City (A)
Sat 23 Norwich City (H)
Sat 30 Hull City (A)


Tue 3 Millwall (H)
Sat 7 Swansea City (H)
Sat 21 West Bromwich Albion (A)
Wed 25 Sheffield Wednesday (H)
Sat 28 Ipswich Town (A)


Sat 4 Middlesbrough (H)
Sat 11 Leeds United (A)
Sat 25 Sunderland (H)
Tue 28 Coventry (A)


Sat 2 Stoke City (H)
Sat 9 Leicester City (A)
Wed 13 Queens Park Rangers (A)
Sat 16 Rotherham United (H)
Sat 23 Birmingham City (H)
Tue 26 Cardiff City (A)
Fri 29 Southampton (A)


Mon 1 Watford (H)
Sat 13 Huddersfield Town (A)
Sat 20 Cardiff City (H)
Sat 27 West Bromwich Albion (H)


Sat 3 Swansea City (A)
Sat 10 Sunderland (A)
Wed 14 Coventry City (H)
Sat 17 Leeds United (H)

Sat 24 Middlesbrough (A)


Sat 2 Ipswich Town (H)
Wed 6 Sheffield Wednesday (A)
Sat 9 Blackburn Rovers (A)
Sat 16 Preston North End (H)
Fri 29 Norwich City (A)


Mon 1 Bristol City (H)
Sat 6 Rotherham United (A)
Tue 9 Queens Park Rangers (H)
Sat 13 Leicester City (H)
Sat 20 Stoke City (A)
Sat 27 Millwall (A)


Sat 4 Hull City (H)

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