Pre match for Argyle Women at Home Park against Cardiff City

Fans' Guide | Ilminster Town Ladies (H)

Argyle Women return to Home Park Stadium this Sunday for the first time in the 2023/24 campaign. 

Ryan Perks' team welcome Ilminster Town Ladies to the Theatre of Greens for a first round FA Cup tie.

Those attending the match on Sunday can find out all the information they need below. 

Fans' Guide | Ilminster Town Ladies

Tickets still available

Tickets are still available to purchase for Sunday's game, with Adult tickets priced at £5 and U18's £1.

It is the first opportunity this season to see Argyle Women run out at Home Park, so make sure you get your tickets as soon as possible.

We encourage supporters to buy tickets online at at any time.  

You can also purchase by calling 01752 907700, or visiting the Home Park Ticket office during opening hours.

Gate opening times

Gates for this match will open from 1pm, one hour ahead of the 2pm kick off.

The Beacon Electrical Mayflower Grandstand will be open from 12pm and allow Argyle fans to soak up the pre-match atmosphere like normal. 

Resurfacing works

Argyle fans should be aware of resurfacing works taking place on Coronation Avenue to Seagrave Road Roundabout and on Jack Leslie Way.

These works will have no impact on supporters matchday but are more just something to be aware of for the coming weeks.

These works are intended to be completed by the end of the year, but we will advise if there is any further impact on Argyle fans. 

Travel Guide

Plymouth Argyle recognises the importance of, and is committed to, minimising our environmental footprint. A key aspect of the club’s environmental plan is to make travel to and from Home Park on match-days sustainable, by making public transport options as accessible as possible, and by supporting and encouraging supporters to use transport options with the lowest environmental impact. 

To see how you can support us with this and for all the information you need to make your travel arrangements as sustainable and environmentally friendly as possible, please see our travel guide here.


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.

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.


For any accessibility or match-day support queries, our dedicated Disability Liaison Officer can be contacted on


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.

Choose respect

If supporters see anything unusual during their visit to Home Park, report it.

Text ARGYLE to 66777 followed by your message and a member of the team will investigate.

'It' is racism, homophobia, sexism and misogny, sexual harassment, ableism, ageism and religious beliefs. 

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.

Coronation Avenue temporary closure

As regular visitors to Central Park will know, there are some path closures at the Barn Park corner end of the park while the Ponds Project takes shape. 

Plymouth City Council had hoped to be able to open the closure on Coronation Avenue for match-days but due to a number of operational issues, this has not been possible.

We'd highly recommend taking the Jubilee Row route before and after the match as it is lit. The route around Pounds Park will be dark. 

Signage will be in place around the park to make the lit diversion clear.


Recording or filming is only allowed in Home Park Stadium if you have confirmation from a member of the media team with a specific permission ahead of the game.

If you do not have this, filming is not allowed and any cameras or equipment could be confiscated. 

Searches will be made upon entry into the stadium.