We hope you’re looking forward to our away trip to Plymouth Argyle on Saturday, March 4th.
Here are a few details that may help you plan a great away day at Home Park!
Saturday's match is an all-ticket game.
Tickets went off sale at 11am on Friday, March 3rd.
- At the turnstiles it is cash only, but the kiosks take both cash and card.
- Ambulant Disabled: Available at the relevant price and the helper goes free.
- Wheelchair Bays: Four bays are available at the relevant price and the helper goes free.
- Contact Charlton's Ticket Office to book a disabled space.
- There is one disabled toilet in the Kawasaki Barn Park End.
- The wheelchair bays are situated close to the goal and they are at the front of the row. Viewing should not be restricted.
- Accessibility to the Kawasaki Barn Park End is wheelchair-friendly as it's flat and there are no stairs.
- The bay is suitable for both small and large mobility scooters.
Pricing - wheelchair bays
- Adult: £15
- Over 65: £12
- U23: £9
- U18: £5
Valley Away Coach
Coach one pick-up points
- Charlton: 7.30am
- Eltham: 7.45am
- Bromley: 8am
Coach two pick-up points
- Larkfield: 6.40am
- Gravesend: 7.05am
- Charlton: 7.30am
- Bexleyheath: 7.45am
- Dartford: 8am
If you are taking the train to this match the best option when travelling from The Valley would be to:
- Board the South Eastern train from Charlton and get off at Woolwich.
- Head towards Paddington station by boarding the Elizabeth Line from Woolwich.
- Go to London Paddington railway station and board the train headed toward Penzance and get off at Plymouth’s station.
- Board the bus at the ‘Saltash Passage’ bus stop to Alma Road.
- The walk from the ‘Alma Road’ bus stop is around 11 minutes to Home Park.
- Alternatively, you can also get a taxi which is around a five-minute journey from Plymouth train station.
- This journey will take around four-and-a-half hours from The Valley.
- Outland Road Car Park, adjacent to Home Park is a very large (and free!) car park. It's council-run and is typically a park-and-ride car park into the city. It's free to use on matchdays, but will begin to fill up very early.
- The Golden Hind and The Union Room both welcome away supporters and there are also facilities to buy drinks at the ground.
- Most of Plymouth’s main restaurants and eateries are in the city centre and Drake Circus shopping centre.
- There are also lots of fantastic independent restaurants and fish and chip shops around the Barbican and Plymouth Hoe areas.
- Away Fans are situated in the Kawasaki Barn Park End (Blocks 21 – 23) which also include wheelchair access. Turnstiles typically open two hours before kick-off.
- Plymouth Argyle's official matchday programme is available from the ground, priced at £3.
We hope you found this Away Day Guide useful and would love to know how we can continue to improve your match-going experience when following the Addicks. Please let us know your comments and thoughts by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.