Plymouth Argyle: Club Profile
Despite the Pilgrims’ best efforts, Plymouth is the largest English city to have never hosted top-flight football. Even after promotion to the Football League, we kept missing Plymouth Argyle to start with; not until 2014-5 did we first come up against each other after we went up to League One in the season they came down.
Plymouth Argyle: Record vs Boro'
* league points only
Plymouth Argyle: Result-by-Result (Boro' Scoring First)
Saturday 25 January 2020
Sunday 29 December 2019
Saturday 10 November 2018
Saturday 14 January 2017
Saturday 08 October 2016
Saturday 16 January 2016
Saturday 05 September 2015
Monday 02 March 2015
Tuesday 19 August 2014
Players For Us... and Them
Plymouth Argyle Ground Information
Away Fans’ Stand
Barn Park End
Facilities for Disabled Fans
The club asks for proof of receipt of either the higher rate of Disability Living Allowance, the Severe Disablement Allowance or Attendance Allowance before offering any concessions to disabled fans. Although tickets are charged at the full rate, a personal assistant can enter for free.
Fans with visual impairments can contact the club in advance or on the day to enquire about one of 10+ headsets that offer match commentary, while the away stand has 28 pitchside wheelchair bays at pitchside.
To use the accessible parking spaces in the Outland Road car park (not the Higher Home Park car park), you’re asked to contact the club in advance to ensure you don’t miss out – otherwise it’s a first-come, first-served arrangement.
A 10-minute walk from the stadium will take you to the Britannia, which is a large Wetherspoons-owned pub.
Plymouth Argyle Travel Information – Distance: 258 miles
It’s a long old poke to Plymouth, to paraphrase a famous insurance advert from not too long ago. Two options are available to you, both of which take around the same amount of time. However, opting to take the A303 route appears to be 20 miles shorter than the M4/M5 one. But we’ve detailed both so you can make a choice as to which suits your needs.
For this mainly motorway-based route, head south on the A1(M) and follow the counter-clockwise M25 around to Junction 15. Exit the M25 and join the westbound M4 for Slough, Reading et al for what will be an uninterrupted 98-mile stretch before you arrive in the Bristol region. It will be at this point you come to Junction 20; leave the M4 and join the southbound M5.
The M5 section of the journey is another lengthy one, at more than 89 miles before you continue ahead onto the A38 after Exeter. And it will be another 38.4 miles before you need to come off the A38, taking the A386 exit for Tavistock. At the roundabout, select the second exit, which will lead you onto the A386 for Plymouth; it’s the dual carriageway that passes over the roundabout and A38.
After more than 1 mile, you’ll be drawing alongside the stadium and a car park will be situated between Outland Road and the ground itself. This is likely to be the most convenient place to leave your car for the game. Continue past this car park until the next junction, before turning left and almost doubling back on yourself to enter.
The start and end of this route is much the same as the M4/M5 one above, but instead of exiting the M25 at Junction 15, continue along and join the southbound M3 instead (for Southampton etc). Having passed Basingstoke, leave the M3 at Junction 8 for the A303 towards Andover and Salisbury. You’ll be sticking with this for around 96 miles until you come to the A30.
Continue on the A30 for another 19 miles until you reach the M5 and the outskirts of Exeter. From here, join the M5 and continue in the same manner as you would had you come down the M4/M5 route detailed above.
As mentioned, there appears to be a reasonably-sized car park at the ground, which is located just off Outland Road. It appears that this is free but works on a first-come, first-served basis and could fill up considerably after 2pm. If you don’t arrive early enough to avoid disappointment, you may be able to seek out street parking.
Services to: LONDON PADDINGTON
Home Park isn’t particularly close to the railway station at more than 1 mile away, but the journey on foot will only take around 30-40 minutes and will take you through the park itself. Exit the station and turn right onto Station Approach Road, before turning right onto the A386 Saltash Road. This will take you under the railway and to a roundabout, where you need to cross Central Park Avenue and head up Alma Road.
Just before you come to the first homes on the right hand side of Alma Road, there is a right turning down a path, which you need to take. This will lead you into the park and continue along this same path for 0.5 miles. At what resembles a roundabout for pedestrians, continue forward. By now, the round will surely be visible already to you.