Plymouth Argyle fans unable to attend next Tuesday’s important League One trip to Rochdale will be able to see the game at Home Park instead with the match being screened live. The match could be integral for both sides with Argyle looking for the points in their quest to make the end of season play-offs, while Rochdale are fighting to stay in the division and are currently a point adrift of safety. The match will be shown live in the Tribute Legends Lounge & Players’ Lounge at Home Park. Kick-off is 7.45pm. Hot food, made by our in-house catering team, can be purchased on the night, and the bars will, of course, be open. The lounges will open from 6pm. Tickets are £10 each, with a £1 booking fee charged per booking, rather than per ticket. (Your booking page may indicate an additional fee per ticket, as this is a default setting, but this will not be applied.) Tickets can be purchased in person at the Home Park Ticket Office, over the ‘phone by calling … [Read more...] about Argyle to screen League One clash with Rochdale at Home Park
The segregation area between the home and away crowd at Home Park has been a hot topic amongst Plymouth Argyle fans of late, especially in regards to Saturday's League One clash with Portsmouth. It didn't take long for the Green Army to snap up the original allocation of home tickets for the clash. Argyle announced that tickets had sold out, which called for some fans to question why the segregation are in the Barn Park End was so extensive. Examples of the Merseyside and Manchester derbies were used in arguments for smaller segregation zones, so more tickets could be sold to fans. The club announced on Wednesday that more tickets would go on sale for block 19 for those that have proof of residence in Devon and Cornwall. Herald Sport contacted Argyle to ask them about the reasoning behind their expansive segregation. Their statement said: "Safety – which includes the use of ‘sterile’ areas – at football grounds is a complex, regulated, issue and the safety of … [Read more...] about Why are the segregated areas at Argyle’s Home Park so big?
Welcome to the latest live blog for all things Plymouth Argyle related on Tuesday April 10th. The Argyle reserves are in action at Home Park today as Cheltenham Town visit for another Central League match. That game kicks off at 1pm today and we'll be sending both Chris Errington and Jak Ball along to cover it. There's yet more fallout of Argyle's latest League One win over Peterborough United after outspoken manager Steve Evans went on the offensive against Graham Carey. He has appealed the red card shown to Liam Shepherd and continues to blame the 2-1 defeat he experienced in that game on referee Craig Hicks. We are also starting to look ahead to the visit of Portsmouth on Saturday - a huge game. Read More Plymouth Argyle FC 08:47 Good morning! Good morning Argyle fans and welcome to our latest live blog! We’ve got loads of great news to bring you - and a match! … [Read more...] about Argyle LIVE: Build-up to reserves game at Home Park, latest news and updates
Another game at Home Park, another win for Plymouth Argyle. In this League One play-off push, these big home victories are starting to become inevitable. Given the run Argyle have been on, it’s hard not to be optimistic going into their fixtures these days. In fact, I’d even argue that looking at a visiting side’s form before they come to Home Park is becoming much of a muchness. It doesn’t matter who you are, when you come to play Plymouth Argyle on their home turf, you will lose. Even when Argyle went 1-0 down to a Jack Marriott goal in the first half, I never felt like they wouldn’t win the game. Going 1-0 down seemed to galvanise Derek Adams’ men who went about their business with more urgency after that. They started to dominate possession even more and probed a Peterborough side seemingly happy to sit back and defend their lead. That plan didn’t last long because eventually Argyle found a way through, as they always do. Lameiras did well … [Read more...] about Plymouth Argyle victories at Home Park are starting to become inevitable
Plymouth Argyle are facing back-to-back games at Home Park which will likely go a long way to determining their chances of making the League One play-offs. Fifth-placed Peterborough United, who are only a point above Argyle in ninth and have played one more match than them, are the visitors on Saturday. Posh have improved their play-off prospects by winning three and drawing two of their six games since Steve Evans took over from Grant McCann as their manager. Argyle will also host Portsmouth, who are currently in seventh spot, next Saturday in front of what is sure to be a near full house. The outcome of those two matches will be vital to the Pilgrims’ chances of a top six finish, especially as four of their final five fixtures will be on the road, including midweek trips to Rochdale and Scunthorpe United. Argyle’s average attendance at Home Park this season now stands at 10,026 and there will be another five-figure gate crowd for the clash against Peterborough. The … [Read more...] about Derek Adams on bringing the feelgood factor back to Home Park