The Green Army against Accrington Stanley

Fans' Guide | Shrewsbury Town (H)

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Table-topping Argyle return to the comforts of Home Park on Tuesday night looking to extend their incredible 100% league record at the Theatre of Greens this season.

Assuming that the handful of tickets at the time of writing are snapped up before kick off, we're looking at another home sell-out this season, as the club pays tribute to beloved Argyle personality Gordon Sparks.

In addition, the fixture is our Project 35 Takeover game, and we are asking supporters to bring an item of long-life food with them to donate to Plymouth Foodbank.

As always, we encourage fans to arrive early to risk large queues forming at the turnstiles, and to sample pre-match entertainment in the build up to the big game. Large numbers of supporters arriving late cannot have an expectation of making into the stadium before kick off.

Please also note that, due to the increase in smoke bomb deployment in recent Argyle fixtures, enhanced security checks will be in operation for this fixture, and we advise supporters to allow for extra time at the turnstiles.

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Fans' Guide for Shrewsbury Town

Project 35 Takeover - Bring a Can

Tuesday’s Sky Bet League One fixture against Shrewsbury Town is an opportunity
for the Argyle community to come together to make a big contribution in the fight against poverty.

Our home game against the Shrews is our dedicated Project 35 Takeover fixture, and supporters are encouraged to bring an item of non-perishable food to Home Park before the game, with the aim of filling a large food delivery vehicle which will be driven to the Oasis Project foodbank in Stonehouse shortly after kick off.

Foods urgently required at the Foodbank include cereals, tinned meats, tinned fruits, and long-life UHT milk.

For more information, read here.

Remembering Sparksy

A minute's applause will be held prior to kick off to celebrate the life, achievements, and wonderful personality of our beloved friend Gordon Sparks.

In addition, the tireless volunteers at PAFC Displays have organised a display in the Lyndhurst Road stand, as well as banners in the Devonport End.

At the end of the display, supporters holding sheets are asked to pass them to the end of their rows, where volunteers and members of the cleaning team will be on hand to ensure an efficient and responsible tidying operation post display.

Our sincere thanks to the team at PAFC Displays for their commitment to honouring a legend of the Argyle family.

Coronation Avenue works

The National Grid are making some urgent repairs in Central Park this week which will result in the closure of a part of Coronation Avenue.

The path, which links the Barn Park Corner with Milehouse Park and Ride, will be closed completely, 24 hours a day from just past Harpers Park.

However, the closure will be temporarily open to allow fans to travel to and from Home Park for Argyle’s game with Shrewsbury Town on Tuesday evening.

The works are expected to be completed by this weekend.

Pre-match light show

Once the players’ pre-match warm-up routines are complete, a light show will take place to build anticipation before kick off.

Should individuals have experience of photosensitive conditions, they are welcome to visit the concourses for the duration of the light show. In order to facilitate this, supporters will be advised in advance of the light show taking place.

Don't cross the line

We are once again urging supporters not to cross the line in their support of Argyle.

There can be no doubting the commitment, noise, and incredible levels of support from the Green Army towards Steven Schumacher and his table-topping side this season, and we thank you for making a difference.

The fans have played a huge part in the club’s incredibly strong start to the season, but an extremely small minority of supporters’ behaviour threatens our progress – on and off the field.

The club takes no joy in producing these types of communications to supporters, and we have no desire to continue doing so. However, we must also acknowledge the seriousness of the situation, with Argyle subject to unlimited fines or a potential capacity reduction if the FA considers the club’s response to such behaviour unsatisfactory.

Argyle’s ambition is to become a sustainable Championship club, respected in the South West and beyond. Careless behaviour from overzealous supporters places that mission at risk.

The implications of receiving a fine impact upon our ability to fund a competitive first team, or invest in further improvements to the supporter experience at Home Park. Perhaps more significant is the prospect of a reduction in capacity at Home Park – particularly while attendances are regularly reaching close to capacity – which could have huge ramifications for both the match-day atmosphere and the club’s finances.

Family fun from 5pm

Our outstanding Argyle Community Trust team will be providing a whole host of free family friendly sports and games just outside the stadium, beginning at 5pm.

Activities include dodgeball, tennis and archery, and the event can be accessed outside of the Devonport End, very close to the entrance to the seated family area in block 6, and adjacent to the main car park.

As a one off for the Shrewsbury fixture, a dance troupe will be performing at the family zone from 5.45pm. Please note that there will be no inflatable football for this fixture due to the performance.

Families interested in participating in these free activities can simply turn up from 5pm and get involved. However, for specific queries or further information, you are welcome to email

If it is your first time visiting the Theatre of Greens, please click here to check out our first-time fans guide.

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.

Crossbar challenge and Pilgrim Pete penalty

Following fans' unsuccessful attempt to hit the crossbar during the Accrington Stanley fixture, Tuesday night's crossbar challenge - which will take place at half time - provides the opportunity for one lucky fan to win £200 cash if they can strike the crossbar.

To be in with a chance to win prizes on the Home Park pitch, simply look out for our Here to Help team and hope you're picked to step on the hallowed turf!

Alongside the half time challenge, in the countdown to kick off, one lucky young fan will go head to head against Pilgrim Pete from the penalty spot.

Here to help team

We have a Here to Help team stationed around Home Park on to ensure that all supporters get the answers and help they need to make the most of matchday.

Our Here to Help team are stationed outside Home Park from 5.30pm, staffing posts including the information booth in the Park and Ride car park, outside the Home Park Ticket Office and Argyle Superstore, the Family Zone, the top of the steps approaching the Lyndhurst Road Stand and outside of the away end.

Members of the Here to Help team can be identified by their striking purple high-visibility jackets.

Limited tickets remaining

Tickets remain available to purchase online at, but the Home Park Ticket Office will also be open up until kick-off for supporters wishing to purchase on the day of the fixture. Please note that remaining tickets are now limited, and supporters should act switly to secure their seat for the game.

Turnstiles will open two hours before kick-off, from 5.45pm. 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.

Supporters seated in blocks 5, 6 or 7 (the Devonport End and Lyndhurst Road Stand corner) are now permitted to enter turnstiles at either the Devonport End or Lyndhurst Road Stand.

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 Devonport End stand, and it will remain open until half-time.

Shrewsbury Town supporters can purchase from the away turnstiles in the Barn Park End, subject to availability.

Mayflower Grandstand fan zone

From 5.45pm, the popular Mayflower Grandstand Fan Zone is once again open for this fixture, offering supporters access to delicious food and drink.

Located within the gated area behind the Lower Mayflower, the Fan Zone aims to provide the best-ever match-day experience for the Green Army seated on that side of the stadium.

The new catering vendors located within the Mayflower Fan Zone will serve a range of hot, cold and alcoholic drinks, as well as offering fresh and delicious food – including hot dogs, fries, pasties, pulled pork baps and baguettes.

Matchday programmes

Copies of our award-winning match-day programme, The Pilgrim, are once again available around the stadium for purchase at £3, while a limited number will also be available to purchase from the Argyle Superstore.

The Superstore will be open until 30 minutes after full-time, selling a range of Argyle memorabilia, replica kits, and souvenirs.

Disabled supporters

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

Sensory packs available

Sensory packs, which include a drawstring bag, ear defenders, fidget spinners, a sensory ball, an awareness card and lanyard, as well as further match-day information, are now available for children who need them – free of charge. Click here to find out more.

Refreshments, facilities and new food choices 22/23

Concession kiosks will be open, serving a range of food and beverages.

There will be a discount of 25% on all products purchased from food and beverage kiosks inside the stadium between 5.45pm-6.30pm.

Meanwhile, toilet facilities will continue to operate with a one-way system. In order 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. Supporters are advised that the concessions in the Upper Mayflower Grandstand operate on a cashless basis.

Outside the stadium

On your approach to Home Park, you will notice a number of external catering venues offering hot food and refreshments. Please note that prices and menus at these outlets are not controlled by the club, and are subject to change. There is also a food court inside the Mayflower Grandstand Fan Zone, offering a range of hot, cold and alcoholic drinks, as well as offering fresh and delicious food – including hot dogs, fries, pasties, pulled pork baps and baguettes. As above, these kiosks are not operated by the club, and prices are subject to change.

Inside the stadium

Our food and beverage kiosks throughout the stadium serve a range of food, beverages, and alcoholic drinks, stadium-wide. Please see an indicative menu and pricing below.

Proper Cornish steak pasty £3.95
Proper Cornish cheese and onion pasty  £3.95
Proper Cornish sausage roll £3.65
Proper Cornish vegan roll £3.65
Balti Pie £4.50
Beef Burger £4.00
Double up £2.50
Add cheese £1 extra
Add coleslaw £1.50 extra
Add onions 50p extra
Pizza twist (margherita or pepperoni) £3.80


Kit Kat Chunky/Lion Bar/Yorkie £1.50
Buttermilk Chocolate Bar £2.00
Sharing bags: Tangfastics/Munchies/Aero Chocolate  £3.50
Burts crisps £1.20

Hot drinks

Tea £2.20
Coffee £2.50
Bovril £2.30
Hot chocolate £2.50

Cold drinks

Coca-Cola/Fanta/Sprite 500ml £2.70
Diet Coke £2.50
Fruit Shoot/Water £1.50


Carlsberg Lager 500ml £4.95
Thatchers Gold 500ml £4.95
Thatchers Haze 500ml £4.95
Tribute Pale Ale 500ml £4.95
Vodka & Coke 250ml £5.00
Gin & Tonic 250ml £5.00

Draught alcohol (half pint/full pint)

Carlsberg £2.55/£4.95
San Miguel £2.75/£5.20
Thatchers Gold £2.45/£4.95

Meal deals

Green Army: Pasty and Drink (soft/hot/Carlsberg) £8.00
Theatre of Greens: Pizza twist, chocolate, soft drink  £7.00
Pilgrims: Sausage roll, crisps, soft drink £6.50
Make matchdays more interactive with the 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.


Please note that, due to the prevalence of smoke bombs at recent Argyle fixtures, enhanced security screenings will take place ahead of the Shrewsbury Town match.

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 TV

A reminder that supporters can tune in to our free pre-match show live!

Whether you are in the stands at Home Park, on the way to the game, or watching from home, simply go to our YouTube channel from 6.45pm to enjoy live build-up featuring Argyle TV's Erin Black, as well as former Argyle striker Ian Stonebridge.

Live video streaming is available worldwide for £10. Click here to purchase your pass.

Where can I purchase souvenirs?

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 Devonport End, stocking all supporter favourites - this is open until kick-off.

An additional retail kiosk is available inside the stadium, in the concourse of the Lyndhurst Road Stand.


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.

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.


As always, we encourage supporters to provide feedback on their experience at Argyle to

We can’t wait to see you on Tuesday night, and hope you have a fantastic match-day experience at Home Park.

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