Plymouth Argyle Vs. Grimsby Town - Saturday 4th November, kick-off 3pm.
Capacity: 16,388 (all seated)
Post Code for SAT NAV: PL2 3DQ
Telephone: 01752 562 561
Ticket Office: 01752 907700
Pitch Size: 112 x 73 yards
Club Nickname: The Pilgrims
Town fans will be housed in the Barn Park End, which is all seated and covered. Around 1,300 seats are available in this area.
The Home Park stadium is based in the Milehouse area of the city, next to Central Park.
With green fields and park lands on three sides of the ground, it really has to rank as one of the best placed grounds in the Football League.
There are good catering facilities available for Town fans within Home Park.
Ticket prices (advance sales).
Adults - £16
Over 65/18-21 - £11
Under 18s - £6
Wheelchair user (Adult) - £14
Wheelchair user (Over 65/18-21) - £9
Wheelchair user (Under 18) - £5
Please note that there will be a price increase of £2 per ticket on match day. Visiting GTFC fans are advised that visiting supporter turnstiles are numbered 22-25.
Tickets are available from the Blundell Park Ticket Office and Online.
Where to drink.
Hyde Park Social Club is a 15 minute walk away from Home Park on St Gabriel’s Avenue. This friendly Club which welcomes visiting fans for Saturday matches from 11am and after the game as well, shows Sky and BT Sports.
The Britannia, which is a sizeable Wetherspoons, is also an option for Town fans, is around a 10 minute walk away from the ground.
Otherwise alcohol is available within the ground.
Ballet dancer Wayne Sleep, comedian Dawn French and Newsreader Angela Rippon come from these parts.
As do Sharon Davies, Tom Daley and footballer Trevor Francis. Sailors Sir Francis Drake and William Bligh also used to hang around the area.
How to get there.
From the North:
Travel on the A38 Devon Expressway until the junction with the A386, signposted Home Park, City Centre, Ferry Port, and Tavistock. At the roundabout as you come off the A38 take the second exit A386, signposted Plymouth Argyle Home Park, Ferry Port. Stay on this road for approximately a mile; the stadium is on your left.
Head towards Plymouth on the A38 and across the Tamar Bridge at Saltash. Stay on the A38 until the junction mentioned above but take the fifth exit off the roundabout.
Home Park is also just a short walk from Plymouth Train Station. In fact, those who visit by train are likely to experience the best of Central Park as the well signed route takes you right through the middle of one of Plymouth's best-loved recreation areas.
There is quite a large car park at the ground, which is free. The car park soon fills up though. Otherwise, there is street parking quite close to the ground - but you are strongly advised not park on the verges, else you will be ticketed.