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By Car: If you are making a debut trip to Home Park, the stadium (PL2 3DQ) is well sign-posted from the A38. Approaching Plymouth from the east, exit the A38 at the Manadon roundabout, and take the second exit towards the city centre. Remain on Outland Road for around 1.5 miles (around 15 minutes on a busy match-day). Then Home Park should appear into your view on the left-hand side, take the next available left and you will arrive at the stadium’s car park.
By Coach: If you arrive in Plymouth by public coach transport, your service will likely terminate at Plymouth coach station. From here, it is a 30-minute walk to Home Park, through Central Park. Upon departing the coach station on to Armada Way, turn left and walk up the hill, through the subway and past the train station. Home Park will be signposted along the route.
By Train: Plymouth railway station is located just a mile away from Home Park, and there is a paved walking route which takes you through Central Park straight to the stadium, taking around 20 minutes. Please not that a portion of the walk is up a steep hill.
By Taxi: If you are unable to walk, or prefer not to, there is a taxi rank located just outside the main entrance of the railway station. A cab to Home Park should take no longer than five minutes and cost no more than £5. If you would prefer to pre-book a taxi in advance, we recommend Need-a-cab (01752 666222) or Tower Cabs (01752 252525), who are both partners of Plymouth Argyle
Purchasing tickets for Argyle games could not be simpler; visit our dedicated ticketing website www.eticketing.co.uk/pafc/ for information, including the range of pricing and concessionary options.
The ticket office can also be contacted via firstname.lastname@example.org The Home Park Ticket Office is open from 9am-5pm, Monday to Friday. On Saturdays when Argyle are at home, it is open from 9am-3pm. On non-match day Saturdays, it is open from 10am-1pm. The Ticket Office is closed on Sundays.
For away supporters, tickets will generally be sold through your club and please check their website for regular updates in the days leading up to your Home Park visit.
Please note that turnstiles open 90 minutes before kick-off.
The Argyle Superstore is conveniently located within the grounds of Home Park Stadium, behind the old entrance facade, opposite the Plymouth Life Centre. The superstore is open from 9am-6pm on match-days, 9am-5pm during the week and is closed on Sundays. On non match-day Saturday's it operates reduced hours of 10am-1pm.
Selling a wide range of Plymouth Argyle merchandise from replica shirts, to hats and scarves as well as perfect match-day pick up items such as key rings, hand wavers and finger pointers.
As a part of the club's extensive refurbishment of the new Mayflower Grandstand, our overall capacity, as well as quality of facilities, promise to be better than ever.
It is not just on the pitch where the club is moving forward, and we are excited to offer you our best-ever match-day hospitality experience, boasting some of the finest hospitality and conferencing facilities to be found on the South West peninsula
You can book hospitality with us by contacting email@example.com or call 01752 302204.
Wheelchair Dependent Supporters
Devonport and Lyndhurst Stands - there are a maximum of 80 spaces for wheelchairs which can be used by home fans. All spaces are at pitch level. These spaces can be purchased by way of season-ticket or on a match-by-match basis. In order to maximise the number of supporters who can access these spaces, the carer’s ticket is normally issued for a seat immediately behind the wheelchair bay.
For those matches where there is sufficient space, carers are of course very welcome to sit next to the wheelchair bay and Club staff and Stewards had been instructed to be as helpful as possible in facilitating this.
Barn Park Stand (visiting supporters) - there are a maximum of 28 spaces for wheelchairs available for visiting supporters. All spaces are at pitch level. All visiting supporters with wheelchairs are situated with their own supporters.
Wheelchair dependent supporters should also be accompanied by a person who is capable of supporting the disabled person’s needs in the event of an emergency. For this reason, Plymouth Argyle strongly recommend that this person is sixteen years of age or over and not infirm.
Ambulant Disabled Supporters
Plymouth Argyle are aware that there are considerable numbers of people in the community who use wheelchairs, mainly for outdoors mobility purposes, but are not necessarily confined to their wheelchair. There are also many people suffering severe walking difficulties who may wish to watch a match.
For the purpose of this policy, both categories of people will be termed as 'ambulant disabled supporters'. Those supporters with ambulatory disabilities of a severe nature will be able to have access to seating nearest the entrances/exists.
Supporters With Invisible Disabilities
Should you wish to accompany a supporter who suffers from a disability that is less obvious, such as Autism, Dementia, Anxiety or Severe Learning Disabilities, Plymouth Argyle will strive to offer help specific to the needs of the individual.
Visually Impaired Supporters
The club has a dedicated audio described commentary service, called Soccer Sight, for its visually impaired supporters. This service is available to home and visiting supporters. The club have 10 headsets available and these can be pre-booked by contacting the DLO. Headsets can then be collected on a match-day from the Club Shop.
They should then be returned to the nearest steward after the match or to the Club Shop. The headsets are able to access the commentary from every part of the ground and the commentary will commence approximately 15 minutes before kick-off. There is no charge for this service.
The club strongly recommends that a person who is fully able to support their needs in the event of an emergency should accompany each visually impaired supporter attending a match.
Assistance Dogs are allowed into the stadium but the club recommend that any supporter wishing to bring an assistance dog contact the DLO at least seven days before the match. Due reference will be given to all aspects of safety and guidance from Guide Dogs for the Blind to ensure safety in the ground. Measures will also be taken to ensure that the welfare of the Assistance Dog is preserved.
If you have any questions or wish to discuss any of the policy with us, or have any specific medical requirements please contact our Disability Liaison Officer (DLO), Nikki Francis on firstname.lastname@example.org (07737002262).
The Family Zone at Home Park is situated in an area accessible to both home supporters and fans from visiting clubs. Run by Argyle Community Trust, the Family Zone offers a range of fun activities on a match-day, including the match-day magic package, computer games, pool, table tennis and more. Our club mascot, Pilgrim Pete, will also be on hand to liven up your visit.
Food and Drink
We have a number of interactive catering kiosks situated throughout the Home Park stadium, offering a range of food and beverage options. Our recently installed kiosk technology will cut down on queuing and allow you back to the action as quickly as possible.
The award-winning match-day programme, The Pilgrim, is available for just £3 and contains exclusive interviews, features, action pictures and stories from across the Argyle family. We have also continued with our dedicated children’s section for 2020/21, containing fun quizzes, trivia, competitions and more.