Fans' Guide | Argyle Women v Ipswich Town Women
Sunday’s 2pm kick off against Ipswich Town Women will be the first time this season Argyle Women will play at Home Park and comes fresh on the heels of the Greens' clinical 4-2 victory against Cheltenham Town in the Vitality Women's FA Cup.
The visitors currently sit in fourth place in The FA Women's National League Southern Premier Division table, and the Tractor Girls will be hoping to improve on last season’s impressive third-placed finish.
Argyle host Ipswich at Home Park for the second season in a row following last season’s double header weekend, which saw the men’s first team play Ipswich on the Saturday and the women’s teams battle it out on the Sunday.
Joining us? Read on for our fans' guide.
Fans' Guide for Ipswich Town Women
Tickets can be purchased by visiting argyletickets.com, calling 01752 907700, or in person at the Home Park Ticket Office. The Ticket Office will be open on the day from 12pm until 2:30pm. For ticketing queries, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Blocks 10-14 of the Lyndhurst Stand will be open for the game which kicks off at 2pm with away fans welcome to book tickets too.
Tickets cost £8 for adults, £5 for under-23s, and under-18s get in free.
As always, we encourage supporters to make use of digital tickets wherever possible, reducing queuing times at the Ticket Office, as well as the impact of ticket production. Click here to read more about digital tickets.
Should supporters arrive late for the fixture, there will be one late turnstile open in the Lyndhurst Stand, and it will remain open until half-time.
Home Park's family activity zone, run by the Argyle Community Trust team, will be open from 11am-1:45pm outside the Devonport End.
Activities are free of charge and will include: blow up 3v3 pitch, penalty shootouts, tennis and more.
The family zone is welcoming to supporters of both teams.
If supporters see anything unusual during their visit to Home Park, we encourage you to make use of our anonymous reporting service.
Text ARGYLE to 66777 followed by your message and a member of the team will investigate.
Match day entertainment occurs throughout the day - not just the 90 minutes on the pitch - with Pilgrim Pete in attendance and initiatives like a penalty shootout taking place for young supporters.
Copies of our award-winning match-day programme, The Pilgrim, are available around the stadium for purchase at £1.
For any accessibility or match-day support queries, our dedicated Disability Liaison Officer can be contacted on email@example.com.
Please note that under 12s not accompanied by an adult will not be permitted entry to the stadium. Under 12s must be accompanied by someone over the age of 18.
Trained safeguarding staff will be in attendance at all times.
Concession kiosks will be open, serving a range of food and beverages.
Meanwhile, toilet facilities will continue to operate with a one-way system. To avoid large queues at peak times (e.g., half-time), we advise supporters to plan ahead for toilet breaks, using facilities when they are likely to be less busy.
We encourage fans to pay using contactless methods wherever possible to reduce queuing times.
Outland Road Car Park, adjacent to Home Park is a very large – and free! – car park. It is council-run and is typically a park-and-ride car park into the city. It is free to use on match-days but will obviously begin to fill up very early for many fixtures.
Additional street parking is available surrounding Home Park, but please be mindful of residents, park sensibly, and be aware of any parking restrictions and permit areas.
There are also several large pay and display car parks in the city centre, which is within walking distance of Home Park, but not advised for those who struggle to walk beyond short distances.