The Grecians are in Devon Derby action for the first time since October 2019 as they take on Plymouth Argyle at Home Park on Monday night.
Making the trip, check out all you need to know:
Tickets are now SOLD OUT for the Devon Derby. We were given 1,648 tickets (reserved seating) in the Kawaski Barn Park End and they sold out on Friday, September 30 - thank you for your support.
- Name: Home Park
- Opened: 1893
- Capacity: 16,388
- Address: Home Park, Plymouth PL2 3DQ
Home Park has been the home of Plymouth Argyle since 1901. The Stadium is all-seater with a maximum capacity of 16,388.
Grecians are housed in the Kawaski Barn Park End.
How to get there
The Journey to Home Park is a straightforward hours drive from Exeter. Just put PL2 3DQ into your satnav.
The train journey takes just over an hour from Exeter St Davids. Click here to plan your journey.
Plymouth Train Station is a 15-20 minute walk through the back of Central Park to Home Park. Alternatively, it’s a 5 minute drive in a Taxi.
There is a limited amount of free parking within the Outland Road car park adjacent to Home Park. There are designated disabled spaces within this area for Blue badge holders but they are limited and on a first come, first served basis.
There is street parking around Home Park but be aware that some have permit parking only.
At the Stadium
Plymouth operate a turnstile entry system using tickets with a barcode, turnstiles for visiting supporters are numbered B20-25 and open around 6pm.
Food and Drink
Examples of what you can find in the kisoks can be found below:
Pubs for Away Fans
There are NO dedicated away fan pubs in Plymouth, however Union Rooms will accept away fans.
At the time of writing the forecast is for light rain showers and a fresh breeze with highs of 13 during the game.
The trip is City's shortest of the season at just 46 miles from St James Park and will take roughly an hour each way!