AWAY GUIDE | Home Park


Over 900 tickets had been sold by the time they went off sale on Thursday afternoon and tickets will be available from Home Park on the day with a £2 increase to previous price. The matchday prices are as follows:

Adults: £23

Over 65s: £18

U22: £18

U18: £10


We are situated behind the goal in the Barn Park End, which is one of the newer developments to Home Park and, in terms of facilities, cannot be faulted. 

Enter at ground level then take your pick in terms of how high you want to sit from there. The view is excellent, although there is a small recess between stand and perimeter.

Food and refreshments

Given Plymouth's sponsors, it is not too hard to work out what is available inside the ground and it is fine, if pricier than the supermarket! There are a couple of mobile units in the car park should pasties and pies not float your boat.

If you have time, the area by Plymouth Hoe overlooking the sea is great, although it is a bit of a way from the ground. The best bet in close proximity to Home Park is The Brittannia, which is a big Wetherspoons so you know what you are getting. The Hyde Park Social Club is a good alternative and is situated between the station and the ground to the left if you are coming from the station.


The Post Code is PL2 3DQ. Take the M5 as far south as you can onto the A38 towards Plymouth, then join the A386, keeping left and this takes you to the ground where you can find a large free car park which is well stewarded.

The railway station is a bit of a stroll upon arrival (about 1.5 miles). Either do a left if you're aiming towards the centre, or if heading straight to the ground turn right and just follow the A386 all the way to the ground which soon becomes visible, although there are a couple of busy roundabouts to negotiate en route.

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