The Devon Derby returns to a SOLD OUT St James Park this Saturday, October 26.
If you are one of the lucky ones to get tickets, please take the time to read the key details below, ahead of the 1pm kick-off.
The Centre Spot Bar will be open from 8:30am to show England's Rugby World Cup match against New Zealand.
Red Square will be open to home fans only. The club shop and ticket booth will open from 10:30am and the Red Square Bar from 11am.
St James Road will be subject to a road closure from 12pm to 4pm on the day. During this time St James Road will be closed to all vehicles and pedestrian supporters other than Plymouth Argyle supporters. Please use an alternative route and allow sufficient time to enter the ground prior to kick-off.
The turnstiles will open from 11:30am allowing you plenty of time to enter the stadium. Please note that searching will take place at all turnstiles so please minimise any bags that you bring on the day.
Normal ground regulations apply which include the prevention of bringing restricted items (such as bottles and aerosols) pitch incursions and entering the stadium whilst drunk.
Your safety is something the club takes seriously and keeping all the walkways clear and remaining seated in both the IP Office Main Stand and Stagecoach Adam Stansfield Stand plays an important part in this.
For this match there will be no half-time drinking. The bottle bar on the jungle path will not be open due to the higher attendance and lack of space.
You can play your part and help us to reduce foul and abusive language at the match and to eradicate all forms of antisocial behaviour at St James Park.
All we ask is that you respect that as a Supporter owned club which focusses on significant work in the community, that you consider the appropriateness of chanting. There will be many families attending the match and we want to make sure that it is enjoyable for all.
Don’t be offside, if you spot anything questionable, please inform the nearest Steward or text ‘HELP ECFC’ to 62277.
We have worked hard to create a family friendly reputation for our community club so let’s work together to continue this and make sure St James Park is welcoming to all.
Enjoy the match and Up the City!