Argyle Fans at Home Park

Fans' Guide | Ipswich Town (H)

Fixture List

Argyle return to Home Park tomorrow afternoon after an impressive away win in the North East against Middlesbrough last time out.

Ian Foster's side will be looking to return to winning ways in home comforts, but welcome another high-flying team in Ipswich Town.

It is once again a sell out and those in attendance can find all the information they need with our Fans' Guide below.

Fans' Guide | Ipswich Town (H)

Tickets sold out

Tickets for Saturday's Sky Bet Championship match are completely sold out and Argyle will once again be backed by a packed Home Park Stadium.

Please note, turnstiles will open 90 minutes before kick-off with supporters 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.

Level Playing Field fixture

Saturday's game is our dedicated Level Playing Field fixture. 

Level Playing Field (LPF) believes that being a disabled person is a social issue and that an individual only becomes disabled because of the social, attitudinal and environmental barriers that the individual faces.

Their efforts are focussed on removing these barriers in all sports. LPF and its members will know they have succeeded when:

  • all fans can enjoy an equal experience at live sports events
  • all stadia and sports venues are fully accessible and inclusive
  • all customer and/or fan services are equal and inclusive
  • disabled people are seen as customers with a commercial value

The game against Ipswich Town is our chance to support these efforts with an array of activity taking place throughout the day. The playing squad will warm up in t-shirts showcasing the Level Playing Field logo, while educational content will be shown across the big screen and throughout the Fan Zone. 

Prostate Cancer screening clinic

March is Prostate Cancer Awareness Month, and Argyle are doing our bit to help fans check their health. 

The club, in partnership with men’s cancer charity the Chestnut Appeal, will be hosting a free clinic ahead of tomorrow's game in the Life Centre.

All appointments have been fully booked ahead of time but there will still be information provided should people need it. 

If you are aged 50 and over, or over 45 with the possibility of higher risk factors then please head to this website and book your place at another clinic to get tested: 

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. 

Gate opening times

Argyle fans should be aware that gates open 90 minutes before kick off.

The same amenities will be available to the Green Army as previously, gates will just open 30 minutes later than earlier in the season.

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, but will obviously begin to fill up very early for many fixtures, especially local derbies, Bank Holiday fixtures, etc.

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.

Further information on new parking options is available below. 

Half-time Challenge

Our half-time challenge will continue for the game tomorrow against Ipswich Town. 

For every Sky Bet Championship game, we select two fans to play, who get one attempt each to try to pass the ball as close to the centre spot as possible from the halfway line touchline. The distance from the centre circle will then be measured, and we are keeping 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.

Match day programme

Copies of our award-winning match day 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 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 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. Cup programmes will be available to purchase from the Argyle Superstore and online.

Click here to subscribe to our match-day programme.


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.

Argyle superstore

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


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

Not one of the more than 6,000 Evergreen members? 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.

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. 

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.

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.

Match day Bus Services

Four football special bus services will operate for the game against Ipswich Town.

Click here for the timetable. 

Thanks to PASOTI for their continued support in providing this service.

Fan Zone

The new Fan Zone, located on the Mayflower Quarter, between Home Park and the Life Centre, will be open once again for the visit of Ipswich Town. It will open three hours before kick off. 

In partnership with C&G Catering, we are providing a differing food and drink option, while live sport will also be available on a big screen. Covered areas will also be available to avoid any potential inclement weather. 

Argyle Community Trust family activities will be located there moving forward, while pre-match the area will be available to everyone. There will be a range of activities taking place before the game including a football freestyler, a magician and face painting. 

A number of Pilgrim Pete lunch boxes will also be given away to the next generation of Argyle fan.

At half-time, Beacon Electrical Mayflower Grandstand ticket holders will also be able to gain access to further complement the food and drink offering during the interval. 

For this match there will also be a gazebo in place in the Fan Zone providing information for both men and women about Breast Screening Awareness. 

Further Parking

Further parking has been made available for Argyle fans for all home matches until the end of the season through event parking partner, Big Parking. 

Several car parks will be open within one mile of Home Park offering 500 spaces available in total.  Car Parking starts at £10 per vehicle and can be purchased here or by calling 02476 997605.

Car parking is available on a first-come, first-served basis and will be available to purchase at least four weeks before the match. Argyle fans are encouraged to book car parking spaces directly.

Any supporters requiring Accessible parking are advised to still contact the club direct.

Please be aware of road closures around the Stadium on a match day to further protect the safety of supporters. All of the Big Parking car parks are located outside of the road closure zone so your access and departure will not be affected by these measures.

Car parks will be open from three hours before kick off and will close one hour after the final whistle. To book spaces please click here.

Parking restrictions

There are extra parking enforcements in place for tomorrow's game. Fans' are encouraged to avoid parking on the following roads:

- Browning Road
- Ponsonby Road
- St Levan Road
- Fullerton Road
- Beaumont Road

Player autographs

Due to a change in pre-match preparations, Argyle's squad will no longer be able to sign autographs upon arrival at the stadium. 

The players will endeavour to sign as many autographs as possible when they depart the stadium after the match. 

Euro 2024 screenings