Ahead of this weekend’s Sky Bet League One trip to Adams Park to take on Wycombe Wanderers, we would like to remind supporters of their responsibility to ensure that Argyle matches – home and away – should be safe, inclusive, and enjoyable for all.
Following incidents of smoke bombs being discharged by Argyle supporters during fixtures at both Fleetwood Town and Portsmouth this season, the club has been issued a warning by the Football Association, and will be subject to an unlimited fine should such behaviour continue.
As is often remarked by club staff, players, and opposition alike, the Green Army can have a huge influence on the outcome of the game with their incredible support up and down the country. However, behaviour that crosses the line leaves the club vulnerable to paying large sums of money in penalties – directly impacting our ability to invest in facilities, enhancements, and the most competitive first-team squad possible.
We urge all supporters to consider the consequences of poor behaviour for themselves, their fellow supporter, and the club, when attending Argyle matches.
The club is fully behind the Premier League and EFL’s collective campaign – Love Football. Protect the Game – and will continue to work with footballing authorities, local stakeholders, and other clubs to ensure that criminal behaviours are eradicated, and those responsible are identified.
Thank you for your cooperation.