Home Park

Fans' Guide | Blackburn Rovers (H)


Blackburn Rovers are the visitors to Home Park this weekend as Argyle play their second home game of the week. 

Argyle will be looking to bounce back from late heartbreak last time out against Birmingham City and make a return to winning ways.

Steven Schumacher's team will once again be backed by a sold-out Home Park crowd, and supporters attending the game can find out all the information they require below. 

Fans' Guide | Blackburn Rovers (H)

Tickets sold out

Tickets for this match are completely sold out and Steven Schumacher's men will once again be backed by a packed Home Park Stadium.

Turnstiles will open two hours before kick-off, from 1pm. Supporters are advised to enter through the turnstile identified on their match ticket. However, if neighbouring turnstiles have shorter queues, supporters are permitted to enter these to speed up access to the stadium.

If you can no longer make the game, please aim to utilise our Ticket Exchange which gives season-ticket holders the ability to sell their designated seat at face value to other supporters. Season-ticket holders will have until three hours prior to kick-off to repost their tickets. If they sell, then their ticket account will be credited with the respective value, as per the the table below.

Beacon Electrical Mayflower Grandstand Fan Zone

The Beacon Electrical Mayflower Grandstand Fan Zone will open from 1pm for this fixture. 

This has been introduced to continue to improve the matchday experience for the loyal Green Army and provide further services for those fans who like to get into Home Park early.

The Fan Zone will serve further food and drink options, provide seating and undercover areas as well as live entertainment. A stage will be in place with live music ahead of kick-off and there will also be an array of children's entertainment for the younger members of our loyal fan base.

Football special bus services

Our five new dedicated football special bus services will continue for this weekend's game against Blackburn Rovers, running from various areas of the city directly to Home Park, returning again after the game.

Following a supporter survey in the off season, dedicated football services were reintroduced to provide the Green Army with further transport opportunities to get to Home Park. Five routes were devised to provide as much coverage across the city and surrounding areas as possible. 

Introducing these new services showcases a demonstrable commitment to the club’s environmental objectives and ambitions to reduce the overall collective carbon footprint of supporters travelling to Home Park on match days, and will also serve to reduce traffic congestion and demand for parking at the ground and in nearby residential streets.

Supporters are reminded these services are being offered on a trial basis and have to be proven to be viable to continue running.

The five services will be: Coypool Park and Ride, The George Park and Ride, Plympton, Plymstock and Saltash. 

The Coypool and George services will run two trips to Home Park pre-match, while the Plympton, Plymstock and Saltash services will run once. 

Timetables are available here.

Thanks to PASOTI for their support.

Fan Behaviour

Supporters are reminded about the importance of adhering to ground regulations.

These include pitch incursions, the use of pyrotechnics and missile throwing, as well as any form of discriminatory behaviour towards players on the pitch, staff or your fellow supporters. 

Fans from both clubs are also reminded that persistent standing throughout Home Park is not accepted and supporters will be told to take their seats throughout the game. 

Persistent standing

Following dialogue with the Sports Ground Safety Authority (SGSA), Argyle would like to remind supporters of the importance of avoiding lengthy periods of persistent standing during matches at Home Park. 

By ‘persistent’ the Club means when individuals are standing in seated areas for prolonged periods of time other than for short durations in periods of play where it could be deemed unnatural to remain seated.

Particular areas of concern are around Blocks 3, 4 and 5, and Blocks 16 and 17, where fans are not taking their seats and are standing for the vast duration of matches. 

Standing in areas that are designed for seated accommodation can be dangerous, but can also impact the experience of your fellow Argyle supporters around you. The Club is intent on providing the best possible matchday experience for the whole Green Army and persistent standing has an impact on fans throughout Home Park and their viewing, but also their general experience.

Argyle are currently exploring the feasibility of implementing safe standing at Home Park, but for the foreseeable future we have to ensure we are complying with regulations.

We ask all supporters to work with us in adhering to the licence conditions of the ground. If we cannot address this situation and show improvement then it is likely that the club will be forced to impose, or have imposed, stricter measures, including a potential capacity reduction. 

Similar measures have been imposed at other stadiums previously and it is likely that others will also find themselves in the same situation as ourselves during the 23/24 season.

The Club have reminded supporters several times of the impact persistent standing has on those around them. Stewards will now be instructed to direct Argyle fans to take their seat during matches, and we would encourage said supporters to comply with their instructions for the benefit of those around them. Should instructions not be adhered to, the Club may have to take further action moving forward. 

We thank supporters for their cooperation and understanding on this matter and look forward to seeing you loud and proud against Blackburn Rovers on Saturday.

St Luke's Sparksy Legacy Scheme

PLG Consultants will sponsor the newly introduced St Luke's Sparksy Legacy Scheme at Home Park for the 2023/24 Sky Bet Championship season. 

The St Luke's Sparksy Legacy Scheme will see a patient of St Luke's Hospice gifted an experience at an Argyle home game, with the first experience taking place this Saturday against Blackburn Rovers.

The guests will receive food and drink and be able to watch Steven Schumacher's men in action from the new PLG Consultants branded viewing platform in the Beacon Electrical Lower Mayflower. 

Coronation Avenue temporary closure

Sorry for the inconvenience but Coronation Avenue is temporarily closed while work is completed on the Central Park Ponds Project.

There will be diversions available around Jubilee Row or Pounds Park while the work is ongoing. Please plan ahead of time for the diversions to ensure you reach Home Park in suitable time.

Half Time Challenge

Our new half-time challenge will continue for Saturday's match against Blackburn Rovers.

Each league game the club will pick two fans to play, who will get one attempt each to try and pass the ball as close to the centre spot as possible from the halfway line touchline. The distance away from the centre circle will then be measured, and we will keep a running leaderboard over the course of the season. 

At the final league game, the top three overall on the leaderboard will return to participate in the grand final, where each participant will take part again. Whoever is closest to the centre spot in the grand final will take home a cash prize of £1,000.

Argyle TV

Supporters unable to attend Saturday's Sky Bet Championship fixture against Blackburn Rovers can now purchase their Argyle TV match pass for the clash at Home Park.

With video streaming for this fixture prohibited in domestic territories, Argyle TV subscriptions and audio match passes are the only way to follow every kick of the action live in the UK without being at the game – and the passes cost just £2.50. 

However, live video streaming is available for international subscribers to Argyle TV and can be purchased for £10, audio match passes can also be purchased for this fixture by overseas Pilgrims, enabling supporters to follow the action wherever you are in the world, and whatever you are doing.

Domestic subscribers to Argyle TV have audio match pass access included in their package, alongside numerous other benefits, including box sets from the Argyle archives, exclusive features, full match replays, and extended highlights, all for just £5.50 per month, or £55 for an annual pass. 

Build-up to the match begins at 2pm with our pre-match show hosted by David Wooldridge who will be joined by Katie Middleton. You can get all the team news, watch exclusive interviews, and hear from inside the dressing room as well as getting all the pre-match chat free of charge either on Argyle TV or on the club’s YouTube channel.

Match commentary will be by Argyle TV's Charlie Price, who will be joined on co-commentary by Aaron Cusack.

Click here to purchase your Argyle TV match pass.


We are delighted to be working together with Access Plymouth once again in 2023/24 to run their Dial-a-Ride service.

Offering a bespoke door-to-door service for supporters with access needs, the buses provide a crucial means of helping those who may otherwise struggle to attend matches, allowing them to be conveniently picked up from their homes and returned after the game.

We are committed to providing sustainable transport options and making supporters’ match-day travel arrangements as simple and straightforward as possible. This service supports both of these ambitions by providing a bespoke and convenient service for those with access requirements, while also serving to reduce traffic congestion and alleviate the need for parking at Home Park.  

Pricing starts from £5 and includes the return journey from the stadium.

1-2 Miles - £5
3-4 Miles - £7
5-8 Miles - £12
Over 8 Miles - £15
Careers fee - £3

Bookings are now open for the new season, and we would encourage supporters with access requirements who require support with their match-day travel arrangements to contact Access Plymouth directly on 01752 600633, or via email at: admin@accessplymouth.co.uk.

Matchday programme

Copies of our award-winning matchday programme, The Pilgrim, are once again available around the stadium for purchase at £3.50, while a limited number will also be available to purchase from the Argyle Superstore.

Our 2023/24 Sky Bet Championship programme subscription service is also now available for sign ups.

The popular subscription service will be the only way supporters can guarantee that they receive a copy of The Pilgrim, for each and every home game this season.

The subscription model offers both home delivery and click and collect options, allowing supporters to select the most efficient delivery method for their circumstances. 

Please note that the subscription is only available for the Pilgrims’ 2023/24 league fixtures, and cup programmes will be available to purchase from the Argyle Superstore and online.

Click here to subscribe to our match-day programme.

Disabled supporters

For any accessibility or match-day support queries, our dedicated Disability Liaison Officer can be contacted on disability@pafc.co.uk.


Supporters should be prepared to be searched by our security team as they enter the stadium.

Wherever possible, we will ensure that 'wand' searches are also undertaken by members of the same gender. If that is not the case upon entry, and you feel at all uncomfortable, please raise this with a member of the security team - who will make the necessary arrangements.

As with all major sporting events, bringing bags to the stadium is actively discouraged. However, fans arriving at Home Park with a small personal bag (for example, medical bags or handbags) capable of being stowed under seats is permitted. Please note, supporters should expect this to be searched before entry.

We ask that supporters arrive in plenty of time to avoid queues forming as kick-off approaches.


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, especially local derbies, Bank Holiday fixtures, etc. A Tribute Event is also taking place this weekend so we are expecting the Car Park to be even busier.

Additional street parking is available surrounding Home Park, but please be mindful of local residents, park sensibly, and be aware of any parking restrictions and permit areas. Considerations should include:

  • Don’t park on double yellow lines
  • Please avoid dropped kerbs in front of people’s houses
  • Please avoid parking on junctions
  • Please display a blue badge if you have one

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.

Argyle merchandise

The Argyle Superstore, located next to the Home Park Ticket Office by the main entrance to the Mayflower Grandstand, is open until 30 minutes after full-time.

In addition to the Superstore, there is a large pop-up retail outlet located on the corner of the Babcock Devonport End, stocking all supporter favourites - this is open until kick-off.

The retail kiosk in the Portcullis Legals Lyndhurst Road Stand will not be open this weekend. 


The Evergreen Suite, adjacent to the Home Park Ticket Office, is open ahead of the game.

Not signed up as an Evergreen member yet? No problem, you can speak to our dedicated supporter engagement team to find out more.

Members of the team will be on hand to share more detail about the scheme, which sees members contribute directly to funding projects within the club's first-team and Academy operations, and help supporters sign up, if they would like to.

To find out more about Evergreen in advance of your visit to Home Park, click here.

Argyle App

It's not just team news and ticket information available on the official Argyle App, there are lots of fun ways to enhance your match-day and prove your football knowledge to the rest of your family!

Take our pre-match quiz to see how much you really know about the opposition, and don't forget to vote for your Man of the Match from our shortlist of four contenders straight after the final whistle.

Not got the App yet? Click here to download free on Android devices, and here for Apple.

See something, Say something

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.

Sensory packs

Sensory packs, which include a drawstring bag, ear defenders, fidget spinners, and a sensory ball, as well as further match-day information, are now available for children and young adults who need them – free of charge.

Match officials to adopt new approach

Match officials in the EFL will adopt a new approach to timekeeping in the 2023/24 campaign.

In line with the most recent IFAB guidance, the EFL and PGMOL are committed to ensuring a more accurate calculation of additional time alongside an improvement in the amount of time the ball is in play from the start of the new season.

The changes include enhancing the length of time the ball is in play, the treatment of players for injury, denial of an obvious goal-scoring opportunity, the offside rule, the high threshold and participant behaviour.

For further information on the rule changes please click here. 

Complimentary sanitary products

Complimentary sanitary products are available in all female and accessible toilets across Home Park Stadium.

Argyle are intent on providing a safe and welcoming environment for all visitors who attend matches.