Away Fans' Guide | Fleetwood Town

The Greens make their first away trip of the 22/23 Sky Bet League One season on Saturday with Scott Brown's Fleetwood Town the opposition at Highbury Stadium (Kick-off 3pm).

Argyle will be heading to the Fylde coast in good spirits following the opening day 1-0 victory against Barnsley at Home Park. Finn Azaz's debut goal was enough to separate the two sides as the Greens came away with the three points.

Manager Steven Schumacher was pleased with his side's 'perfect start' but knows the Greens must build on the Barnsley win by picking up another three points at the notoriously difficult Highbury Stadium. 

Away fans' guide to Highbury Stadium

Travelling to Highbury Stadium

Fleetwood is on the Fylde coast, with Blackpool a few miles south on Lancashire’s coastline. The stadium is located on Highbury Avenue in the port.

By car

Exit the M6 at Junction 32 and take the M55 towards Blackpool. Then leave the M55 at Junction 3 and take the A585 towards Fleetwood. On the outskirts of the town you will come to a roundabout with Blackpool and Fylde college on your left. Continue straight on towards Fleetwood but after the roundabout take the first left into Copse Road. After about a mile as you pass Fleetwood Fire station, branch left and turn left on to Radcliffe Road, as if you were going back on yourself. Then take the next right on to Stanley Road and the stadium is at the bottom of this road on the left.There are a limited number of parking spaces available at the ground but street parking is permitted on the surrounding roads.


The most convenient mainline station is Blackpool North. The station is 7½ miles from the football ground so you’ll need to use one of the options below to complete your journey.


The No14 and No 1 buses leaves Blackpool town centre every 10 minutes and passes close to the ground. Journey time is about 30 minutes and the fare £2.


Leave the train station, turn right and head for the sea. Trams run north to Fleetwood, passing close to the ground, every 20 minutes and costing £2.50. Journey time is approximately 40 minutes.


A black cab, holding up to six people, will take you from Blackpool Station to the ground for about £18. Journey time about 25 minutes.


Tickets can be purchased at Highbury Stadium, but are no longer on sale at the Home Park Ticket Office.

Fan Zone

Fleetwood will be having their first fan zone.

It will be situated on Memorial Park Facing The Parkside Stand.

Including inflatable’s.

Coach Information

Miles Away Travel departs at 5.45am from outside of the Devonport End

Coaches must drop off supporters on Hatfield Avenue, FY7 7DT outside the Percy Ronson turnstiles.

Coaches are then required to park opposite The Steamer Pub on Queens Terrace, FY7 6BT (5 minute drive).Tell the drivers that they can treat themselves to to food in there. The landlord is the famous Sid Little from Little and Large.

Coaches are then required to return to the drop off location on Hatfield Avenue at 16.40pm prior to the end of the fixture to collect supporters.

Match Programme

The club no longer produce a matchday programme.

Inside the Stadium


Highbury Stadium is a cashless stadium. No cash can be used at all.


Smoking of cigarettes and e-cigarettes anywhere in the stadium is not permitted.

Drums, Banners & Flags

Drums are allowed into the ground, although this is reviewed on a match by match basis. If this policy changes, spectators will be notified via our website and social media.

Banners are allowed providing a fire safety certificate is provided. All fire rating documents should be supplied before banners can enter the stadium.

Approach a steward who will show the best place they can be placed. We do not allow any banner considered offensive to be put on display. This is at the club’s discretion.

Where to Sit / Stand

Away fans on match days are situated in the Percy Ronson Stand behind the goal (standing only), with fans having the option to sit in the Parkside in a designated away section.

Things to do at the ground

Jim’s Bar is situated at the ground. The bar is open to both home and away supporters and serves a wide range of food and drink with live sport showing Sky Sports and BT Sport shown on our series of screens and televisions around the venue.

Music and singalong for both sets of fans to enjoy. (s we just don’t do football chanting in Jims ) It will be open from 12 midday and limited numbers , so first come first served. Only club bar to score 10 out of 10 on Emma’s groundhopper blog

There are also kiosks within the concourses of the away end, which sell a range of hot and cold food and drinks, including alcohol which is available to those accessing the away end in the Parkside Stand

Club Shop

Visit the Fleetwood Town club shop at Highbury before the game to purchase your official merchandise.

The store is open from 9am on a match day through until kick-off. It will re-open on the full-time whistle.