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22 February 2018

Club News


22 February 2018

Heading south to cheer on Simon Grayson's Bantams at Plymouth Argyle this Saturday (24 February 2018)? Check out our guide to Home Park and its surrounding areas.


Home Park 

Match tickets remain on sale for this fixture to all members of the club.

Bradford City ticket members are those supporters with a purchasing history at the club's ticket office.

Adults - £21.00
Seniors - £16.00
Under 18s - £8.00

Plymouth offer a family ticket to away supporters (i.e. one adult and one junior at £27.00 instead of £29.00).

Any fans purchasing online should select the following from the drop down menu - 'Family Adult' and 'Family Junior'. This deal is limited to one adult and one junior.

Ambulant disabled fans will be asked pay the age related amount form the above list.

They will also be entitled to a free carers ticket if they are in receipt of DLA or PIP at the mid or enhanced rate.

Wheelchair users will be asked to pay the following amounts

Adult - £16.00
Senior/ 18-21s - £13.00
Under 18s - £7.00

Supporters can pay on the day at Home Park this Saturday but prices will increase by £2.00.

Away section
City supporters will be located in the Barn Park End, which is all-seater, covered, and situated behind one of the goals at Home Park.

Take the M5 to the South West. At the end of the motorway continue onto the A38. On entering Plymouth, turn left onto the A386. When this road splits into two, keep on the left hand side (signposted Plymouth). After about a mile you will see the ground on your left. The ground is well signposted 'Plymouth Argyle Home Park' on the way into Plymouth. 

There is a large council-run car park located by the side of the ground. Entrance into the car park is FREE. Please be wary of parking on the streets surrounding Home Park as some areas are for permit holders only.

Plymouth Railway Station is roughly twenty minutes away on foot from Home Park through the back of Central Park. Alternatively, the stadium can be reached in approximately five minutes via a taxi.

Home Park is just under 330 miles away from the Northern Commercials Stadium - City's longest away journey of the league season.

Food & Drink
Two options for supporters looking for a pre-match drink are the Britannia - a Wetherspoons outlet - and the Hyde Park Social Club. The two pubs are roughly a 10-15 minute walk away from Home Park and usually welcome away supporters. The Hyde Park Social Club has, however, charged a £1.00 entry fee in the past for adults. As you can imagine given Plymouth's location near the south coast, there are a number of Fish & Chip shops close to Home Park. There is also a Tesco Express convenience store nearby.

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