Argyle TV | What's On This Week
There may be no action for the Greens on Saturday, but it’s still a big week at Home Park.
Argyle TV has you covered for the next seven days, including live and worldwide coverage of Tuesday night’s trip to Lancashire to take on Accrington Stanley at Wham Stadium. Match passes cost £10 and include video coverage and live commentary as Argyle look to secure back-to-back wins in Sky Bet League One.
On Monday, Argyle manager Steven Schumacher and midfielder Matt Butcher, who made 84 appearances across a two-year stay with Stanley, preview Tuesday night’s game.
A few hours later, from 4pm, we look back to our 17th league victory of the campaign at Home Park.
Matchday Moments and Tunnel Cam bring you an alternative and behind the scenes look at the Greens’ thoroughly professional victory over bottom side Forest Green Rovers, including James Bolton’s first goal for Argyle, and a header from Bali Mumba.
Tuesday is all about the big game. Join Charlie Price and Aaron Cusack live on YouTube and Argyle TV from 6.45pm for our free pre-match show, building up to kick off at 7.45pm. Live video coverage from the Wham Stadium begins just before kick-off, and match passes are available now in both domestic and overseas territories.
Post-match, manager Steven Schumacher and selected first-team players will give their reaction to the game to Argyle TV first, before highlights, extended highlights and the full match replay become available in the early hours of Wednesday morning.
Later that day, Matchday Moments will provide another look on all the action at Accy.
With no weekend first-team match to prepare for, Thursday’s content looks a little different than usual this week, though we do hear from Argyle Women manager Ryan Perks and under-18 boss Darren Way ahead of their respective fixtures. At 7pm on Thursday, we learn more about one of our January additions, Saxon Earley, as he takes on First, Best, Last.
Friday’s offering comes from Macaulay Gillesphey. One of the most popular characters in the Home Park dressing room, Ashington-born centre-back ‘Macca’ gives us unique insight into the man behind the footballer in The Private Life.
With no game on Saturday, towering Dutch defender Nigel Lonwijk steps in front of the camera to share his Story so Far, before New Zealand international striker Ben Waine talks Teammates on Sunday.
There has never been a better time to sign up to Argyle TV, for as little as £4.50 per month, and enjoy the raft of features and new content being produced daily at Home Park.