What’s the ticket information?
Tickets can be purchased on the day with a £2 increase (Likely via cash on Turnstile 22). On the day prices are:
Adult – £23
Senior 65+ – £20
18-23 – £20
Under 18 – £11
Under 12 – £8
8 and under £5
Tickets obtained for the original postponed fixture are valid for this fixture.
How do I get to the ground?
Postcode for the ground is PL2 3DQ
The ground is well signposted from the A38. On approaching Plymouth from the East, exit the A38 at the Manadon Roundabout then take the 2nd exit towards the city centre. Stay on Outland Road for about 1.5 miles (around 15 minutes on match-day). The stadium will be visible on the left.
Where is the best place to park?
There is a large car park at the ground which is free but as it shares with the city’s park and ride scheme it becomes full quickly and takes a while to exit from after the game.
The Plymouth Life Centre nearby also has free parking but again fills up quickly.
Street parking on roads off Segrave Road or side roads off the main road heading out of the city are unrestricted but please park considerately and take notice of any signage in place.
What is the nearest train station to the stadium and what is the approximate distance and walking time?
Plymouth railway station is around a mile away from the stadium.
There is a paved route which takes you from the station to the stadium through Central Park. It takes around 20 minutes with part of the walk up a steep hill.
If you don’t fancy the walk there is a taxi rank outside the station. The drive is 5 minutes and should cost no more than £5.
Recommended pubs for away fans?
The supporters bar at the ground, The Green Taverners, is welcoming away fans. Open from 5pm to 7:30pm and then after the game. Entertainment on before the game too.
The Britannia pub is a 10-minute walk away on the opposite side of the main road outside of Home Park. The pub does get busy and numbers are monitored by door staff. Although away fans are welcome, the singing of away club songs isn’t tolerated and individuals will be asked to leave on doing so.
The Cherry Tree pub on Ham Drive and the Hyde Park Social Club both welcome away fans and are about a 15-minute walk away from the ground. Alternatively, the city centre has other pubs and bars but is a fair walk to the ground.
Food available in the area?
A decent pasty van pulls up in the layby outside of the Britannia Pub. There are also other independent food outlets around the ground. The city centre, around a 40 minute walk away, has numerous food outlets.
When do turnstiles open?
Fans are located in the Barn Park Stand. Turnstiles open 90 minutes before kick-off.
Where is the nearest cash machine to the Stadium?
The Home Park petrol station opposite the ground has a cash machine but may charge for withdrawals.
What is the process for supporters looking to bring flags into the stadium?
Flags are allowed with no specific size mentioned. Flags on poles are not allowed.
What food and drink is available on the concourse at the stadium?
Both hot and cold food and drink items are available on the concourse. Alcohol will be served in the ground for away fans too.
Disabled fan information
There are 28 wheelchair spaces at pitch level in the Barn Park Stand for visiting supporters.
Any questions, please contact Plymouth Argyles DLO Nikki via email@example.com
Plymouth Argyle have a family zone that is open to both home and away fans. If you’re travelling with the kids the family zone has a range of activities for them including computer games, pool, table tennis and more.