The Devonport End houses the more vocal of the club's supporters. Home Park home of Plymouth Argyle football club. The ground, nicknamed the Theatre of Greens, has been the home of Football League One club Plymouth Argyle since 1901. On 4 March 2011, the club entered administration. Full details, reviews, contacts, directions and pictures, comments and feedback. [71], During the COVID-19 pandemic, areas of the Mayflower Grandstand, as well as the players' changing rooms, were handed over to the University Hospitals Plymouth NHS Trust to hold routine antenatal & phlebotomy services, in an attempt to relieve strain on Derriford Hospital and local GP surgeries. News. The stadium is on Outland Road, which links to the A38 dual-carriageway with direct access to Cornwall and the north of England. Restaurants in de buurt van Plymouth Argyle Home Park Football Stadium: (0.12 km) Stoke Bar and Grill (0.12 km) Indian Inn (0.25 km) Benbows Chippy (0.13 km) The Stoke Cafe (0.23 km) Cafe Indiya; Bekijk alle restaurants in de buurt van Plymouth Argyle Home Park Football Stadium op Tripadvisor although only 1,300 tickets were issued to away fans for the upcoming 2018–19 season.[12]. The stadium would be built in two phases, with the first phase seeing the complete redevelopment of the Devonport End, Lyndhurst Stand, and Barn Park End. [45] The eye-catching plans were released to the public on 14 December 2009, two days before the FA would announce which candidates they had selected for the bid. Majorly renovated in 2001 at a cost of £11 million, the ground has a current capacity of 16,906. [3] The Football League was still split into North and South divisions, having been created four years earlier in order for the League to continue whilst limiting the amount of travel by teams during the war. "[43], In August 2009 the club announced plans for wholesale development of the stadium and regeneration throughout the area. Plymouth Argyle Football Club All the latest injury news, transfers, match reports and opinions about Plymouth Argyle Football Club. Plymouth United Football Club was a football club from Plymouth, Devon, England, formed at least by 1877. [23] A feat which was bettered in 2004, and then in 2007. The building firm Barr Construction moved onto the site two months later. [67] Soon after, the club announced it would begin hosting live music in the summer months, starting in 2007, and the first act to perform there was Elton John. Hotels near Plymouth Argyle Home Park Football Stadium: (0.42 km) The Phantele Bed & Breakfast (0.42 km) The Mountbatten Hotel (1.11 km) Alma Lodge Guest House (1.34 km) Chester House (2.10 km) Squires Guest House; View all hotels near Plymouth Argyle Home Park Football Stadium on Tripadvisor The ground remained relatively unchanged throughout the 1990s, aside from the Lyndhurst Stand being made all-seater. The club are nicknamed The Pilgrims after a religious group who left for America in 1620. Some require parking permits, some do not. Home Park's record attendance as an all-seater stadium currently stands at 17,511, set at a Football League Championship match between Plymouth Argyle and Watford on 22 March 2008. That changed in 2006 when the club purchased the freehold of the ground for £2.7m. [40] Behind the Chisholm Lounge was the supporter's bar, known as the 'Far Post Club'. Home Park, the home of Plymouth Argyle FC since 1903, is nicknamed the Theatre of Greens due to the club’s home colours. When Argyle joined the Football League in 1920 several improvements were required to meet safety requirements. Following a series of successful trial matches involving Argyle Football Club, which attracted healthy crowds, Spooner made the decision to focus on establishing the first professional football club in Devon. Find out more about The Pioneers Club, Club Platinum and Club Gold. [64] Home Park has also been used for purposes other than football. Sign up for our Inside Home Park newsletter [24] Despite this, a start date for the second phase of redevelopment would not materialise. It was heavily bombed during the Second World War and was largely rebuilt in order to be able to host games on the resumption of Football League games in 1945. [6] The stadium was selected as part of England's 2018 FIFA World Cup bid by the FA in December 2009. The England Amateur team played a match against their Welsh counterparts in 1914. [73], Adjacent to the Devonport End of the stadium is the Milehouse Park and ride car park, with numerous services provided by Stagecoach South West serving the City Centre all the way up to Tavistock. In order to use the live chat functionality you need to opt into live chat cookies. Many of these facilities were built with funds provided by the official supporters club. Home Park is a football stadium in Plymouth, England. [48][49], The city presented its bid at Wembley Stadium in November 2009 with numerous businesses and sports clubs from Devon and Cornwall fully behind it. Plymouth Argyle was limited in what it could do with the stadium throughout the 1900s, because of a long-standing lease agreement with the City Council. Directions to the ground, where to park, recommended pubs and places to eat and visit. It houses the club's main offices, the boardroom, team changing rooms and press rooms, and also accommodates executive boxes. In the 1969–70 season seats were added at the back of the Mayflower Terrace, which took the seating capacity to 4,100 and the overall capacity to 40,000. The pitch measures about 100 metres (109 yards) long by 66 metres (72 yards) wide, with a few metres of run-off space on each side. With green fields and park lands on three sides of the ground, it really has to rank as one of the best placed grounds in British Football. [7][8] The ground has played host to England youth internationals, and a UEFA Cup Winners' Cup match between Saint-Étienne and Manchester United in 1977. [47] The build would be done in three stages. Parking – Home Park has a very large – and free! [36], There had been plans to replace this stand for a number of years. Disused army huts were used as changing rooms, buses and trams were used as offices, and railway sleepers were used for terracing. Car Parking [76] The lowest average attendance at Home Park came in the 1982–83 season, when an average of 4,537 spectators watched each match. If arriving by air: congratulations, you have invented time travel, as the city’s airport closed in July 2011. A new state-of-the-art public address system was installed, and the last of ground's iconic floodlight towers were dismantled after 54 years of service, with a new system put in its place. [50] A selection of those included the city's rugby union and basketball clubs, Plymouth Albion,[51] and Plymouth Raiders,[52] and local football clubs Exeter City,[53] and Torquay United. Grandstand for Plymouth Argyle Football Club will be central to Higher Home Park proposals (UK) A new image was released last week detailing the proposed new grandstand for Plymouth Argyle Football Club which forms the centerpiece of wider regeneration plans for Higher Home Park. [16] In April 1941 there was a series of Luftwaffe bombing raids on the city, known as the Plymouth Blitz; Home Park did not escape. The club purchased the freehold of the ground from Plymouth City Council to become sole owners in December 2006 for £2.7m. During the first six months of the 2001–2002 season supporters watched the club's matches from one touchline before the first phase was completed in February 2002. The club had been given three years grace after winning promotion back to the Football League Championship in 2004. If arriving by train, you have a 15-20 minute picturesque (though uphill) walk through the back of Central Park to reach the ground. [20] In the end nothing came of it and the club instead focused on redeveloping Home Park, with many parts of the old ground showing their age by the start of the 21st century. [41] To the west of the Grandstand was a disabled enclosure, which too was demolished to make way for new buildings, this time for a new club shop. [5], The stadium's record attendance was in 1936, when 43,596 spectators watched the club play a Second Division match against Aston Villa. Home Park is a football stadium in Plymouth, England. Plus a virtual aerial tour of the stadium. [74] Home Park's record attendance for a non-competitive match is 37,639, for a mid-season friendly between Plymouth Argyle and Santos on 14 March 1973. City of Plymouth Lord Mayor's 2020 Christmas Carol Concert 18 December 2020. It is council-run, and is typically a park-and-ride car park into the city. The Barn Park End is where the away supporters are housed. – car park just outside the ground. Target Travel run three football special buses on matchdays serving Plympton via the A38, Plymstock via Mutley Plain, and the George Junction Park & Ride to the north of the city. 25,659 spectators watched a 3–1 victory against West Ham United in the Second Division. [27] That summer the ground became all-seated as the club was forced to convert the Mayflower Terrace into seating by the Department for Culture, Media and Sport. The First Phase, a new Mayflower Stand, will become a reality regardless of the bid, increasing the capacity to 27,000. De clubkleuren groen en wit zijn de kleuren van Devon. Before Argyle moved in, the site was used for rugby union matches, and it hosted an athletics meeting in the early 20th century. Plymouth Argyle Football Club (Home Park) in Plymouth is a hall or function room for hire for a range of activities, weddings, childrens parties and private functions. Plymouth Argyle Football Club (Home Park) HAS accepted 18th-21st parties in the past, however you will need to check that this remains the case, and there may be special security arrangements that you would need to discuss with the venue directly: Get FREE Quotes. CLUB ARGYLE. How many football grounds have you been to? [21] The green light came in June 2001 when the club and Plymouth City Council agreed a new long-term lease for the ground. 'The Theatre of Dissappointment' or home park as it is known is a wonderful place to watch a good match of football, or indeed a relegation dog fight for Championship survival. The Football League was abandoned three games into the 1939–40 season, but Home Park continued to host matches until summer 1940 in the hastily organised South West Regional League. [13] The new owners staged their first event, an athletics meeting, on Whit Monday in 1901, however, leaseholder Clarence Spooner was keen for it to stage football. The ground continued to host Second Division football until the outbreak of war in 1939.[14]. [73] This was before the ground was converted to an all-seater stadium, allowing many more people to fit into the stadium. [68] Other major acts have followed, including George Michael, Meat Loaf, Westlife, and Rod Stewart. The former chairman of Plymouth Argyle, Paul Stapleton, declared that not completing the project was the biggest disappointment of his tenure.[25]. The Grandstand was subsequently shut to spectators for the entirety of the 2018-19 season, severely reducing Home Park's capacity. OUR Home Park stadium is based in the Milehouse area of the city, next to Central Park. DISCLAIMER - Although this is the official page of Plymouth Argyle Football Club, the opinions expressed on this forum are those of individual users and do not necessarily reflect the club's own thoughts or policies. Plymouth Argyle's first official match back at the ground for six years was played on 31 August 1946. [56][57] A day later the club revealed that the stadium could possibly be renamed for sponsorship reasons as a part of funding for the project which shall begin in the summer of 2010. The record average attendance for a single season, 23,290, came in the 1946–47 season. The city of Plymouth was hit hard during the Second World War due to its strength as a military base: HMNB Devonport was the largest naval base in Western Europe. It is free to use on match-days, but will obviously begin to fill up very early for many fixtures, especially local Derbies, Bank Holiday fixtures, etc. United won the game 2–0 (3–1 on aggregate). Plus stadium information including stats, map, photos, directions, reviews, interesting facts and useful links [37] In 2013, planning permission was finally given to revamp and rebuild the Mayflower Grandstand. The 1945–46 season was its only full campaign. [77] On foot, the stadium is approximately 1.6 miles (2.5 km) from Plymouth railway station and 1.8 miles (2.8 km) from the city centre. The ground also has two pitch covers, rain and frost, to protect the pitch against adverse winter weather. Search for crossword clues found in the Daily Celebrity, NY Times, Daily Mirror, Telegraph and major publications. Plymouth Argyle can still have a 2,000 crowd for their game against Oxford United at Home Park next week despite new national Covid-19 restrictions. The Official Plymouth Argyle page. [3], After undergoing considerable development in the 1920s and 1930s, the ground suffered heavy damage in World War II. Following a dispute with the ground's owners over rent, Albion left and the ground was not used for three years. In 1901 the Argyle Athletic Club obtained a lease on the ground, then an oval-shaped bowl and cinder track surrounded by allotments and farmland. [15] As the ground was so close to the city centre and Plymouth Sound, it was unlikely that it would escape unharmed. "With staff currently working from home and no football in the immediate future, offering up Home Park for the use of the NHS is, we feel, our civic duty," said club CEO Andrew Parkinson. [3], The wooden grandstand was demolished and replaced by a much larger and more modern structure at a cost of £12,000, while concrete terracing with crush barriers were added around the other three sides of the ground. Take the second exit at the roundabout, following the direction of the flyover, to the left. Sinds 2008 is Plymouth de grootste stad van Engeland, waarvan nog nooit een team in de hoogste klasse speelde, daarvoor was dat Kingston upon Hull. A new plan, based on wholesale redevelopment of the existing ground, was announced in 2000 which at the time would cost an estimated £9m. Be extra aware of parking restrictions in the Life Centre next to the ground, as there are frequently enforcement officers on hand to clamp down on illegal parking there. Plymouth Argyle director Simon Hallett invests £4.1m into the club to help finance a new grandstand at Home Park. To do this click on the cookie settings button below. Plymouth Argyle Home Park Football Stadium, Plymouth Picture: Regular excitement at Home Park - Check out Tripadvisor members' 13,649 candid photos and videos of Plymouth Argyle Home Park Football … Plymouth Argyle werd een professionele club in 1903. The Mayflower stand, known as the Grandstand, reopened fully on 1 January 2020 following a significant refurbishment. [58], However, on 2 December 2010 England lost its World Cup bid to Russia. [55] Plymouth Argyle director Paul Stapleton described himself as being overwhelmed, going on to say that getting over the first hurdle "gives our supporters belief that we can achieve things", while the bids chairman, Douglas Fletcher, described the bid as one "for the people of Devon and Cornwall". [30] The capacity of the ground was therefore reduced by roughly two thousand to 19,500 following these changes. Plymouth Argyle Football Club Home Park Plymouth Devon PL2 3DQ . Three major summer initiatives were announced by the club just over a week later, which were carried out over the next month. Home Park Stadium features varied spaces perfect for every event. [3], On 5 October 1977, Home Park hosted Manchester United's European Cup Winners' Cup first round second leg tie against AS Saint-Etienne of France. Home Park played host to its first competitive match, against Northampton Town, on 5 September 1903 in front of a crowd of 4,438. Check out the latest news direct from Home Park. Home Park has been the home of Plymouth Argyle Football Club since first forming way back in 1893, although the facilities at the site today bear little resemblance to the originally stadium over 100 years ago. 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A crowd of 35,458 were in attendance as the Football League, featuring seven members of the 1966 FIFA World Cup winning squad, were 12–0 victors. The other three stands are each very similar in design and are linked together at the corners, having been built in 2001. No work however was carried out until 2018 when the redevelopment of the Grandstand and the surrounding area began. [18] When a roof was erected on the Lyndhurst side of the ground in 1964, three quarters of the ground were under cover, with all but the second tier of the Grandstand being standing room. Home Park Stadium Tickets. The standard allocation given to visiting clubs had previously been 1,300, and this had been increased in the past whenever demand required it. Known to the fans as the Theatre of Greens, Home Park has welcomed Plymouth Argyle supporters through its gates since the club made it its permanent residence in 1901. Address. At the time the ground had one wooden grandstand which could accommodate 2,000 people, while the other three sides of the ground were surrounded by slag heap banking with a waist-high fence. If coming from the west, head towards Plymouth on the A38, and take the junction indicated above, but take the fifth exit, to the right. Be very wary of parking on streets in the nearby area. [46] The plans, designed by Populous, include developing the stadium into a 46,000 capacity all-seater area, with a 5,000-seat indoor facility and hotel built into the complex, at a cost of at least £50m. [11] The Lyndhurst Stand is the largest of the three stands, holding about 7,000 spectators, including the corners. The corner towards the East side of the ground is now the dedicated family corner. 4 reviews of Plymouth Argyle Football Club "Green Army! Alternatively, you’ll be here in five minutes via taxi. Home Park attracted its highest average league attendance for over forty years during the 2004–05 season in the Championship, formerly known as the First Division. [9] Home Park has also hosted Rugby union and athletics, and live music in the summer, with Elton John, George Michael and Rod Stewart among the acts who have performed at the ground.[10]. [62] In March 2015, more than 11,000 people watched the England U-20s play out a 2-1 friendly win over the USA U-20s. De club speelt haar thuiswedstrijden in Home Park. Answers for Plymouth ___ , football club at Home Park (6) crossword clue. A crowd of 43,596 were in attendance to watch the club play out a 2–2 draw with Aston Villa in the Football League Second Division. OUR Home Park stadium is based in the Milehouse area of the city, next to Central Park. [65] Despite being based nearly 300 miles away at Old Trafford in Manchester, United had played their "home" tie at Home Park as UEFA had ordered them to play at least 120 miles from Old Trafford due to hooliganism incidents at the first leg in France, for which they had initially been expelled from the competition completely and only readmitted on appeal.[66]. Whether you are celebrating a special occasion with family and friends, or hoping to impress valued … [35] The player tunnel sits slightly off centre going underneath the Mayflower, leading up towards the changing rooms. It holds about 3,000 spectators. The ground remained relatively unchanged until 2001, when construction of three new all-seater stands began. Alternatively, please email ifollow@efl.com - note that live chat is recommended for the quickest response on a matchday. [54] Plymouth was selected as a part of England's 2018 FIFA World Cup Bid, alongside 11 other cities on 16 December 2009. [69] The stadium also hosts an annual free-admittance carol service in December to celebrate Christmas, in association with the Plymouth branch of Christian organisation Faith and Football. Find clues for Plymouth ___ , football club at Home Park (6) or most any crossword answer or … It reopened in time for the resumption of the Football League in 1945, and underwent further improvements in the 1950s, including the installation of floodlights and a new double-decker grandstand. Home Park also hosted three England Under-23 matches in the 1960s and 1970s. Plymouth Parkway Football Club Bolitho Park St Peters Road Manadon Plymouth PL5 3JH For players, there would be a new changing room block and a new tunnel to the East side of the ground in the corner of the Grandstand and the Barn Park End.[39]. [3] By the 1930s the ground was regularly hosting crowds in excess of 20,000 and on 10 October 1936 the record attendance was set. On entering Plymouth, turn left onto the A386 (towards Plymouth). [59] Following the failure of the World Cup bid, the consortium that had taken controlling interest in the club in 2009[60] quickly lost interest now property speculation was out of the question and a few months later the club entered administration. The second phase involved the Mayflower Grandstand which would be replaced by a new three-tiered structure to complete an 18,500 capacity all-seater bowl. [17], A new double-decker Grandstand was built in 1952, one of the last to be based on the template made popular during the 1920s and 30s by prolific football stadium architect Archibald Leitch, with floodlights installed in October 1953. Get Directions (Opens in new tab) It hosted its biggest crowd since the redevelopment in March 2007 when 20,652 were in attendance to watch Argyle play Watford in the quarter-finals of the FA Cup. The ground is well signposted 'Plymouth Argyle Home Park' on the way into Plymouth. Several drastic measures were required to be ready for the resumption of a regionalised Football League in 1945. [31] As part of a rescue package, which saw South West hotelier James Brent take over the club,[32] Plymouth City Council agreed to buy back the freehold for a reported £1.6m and lease the ground back to the club for an annual rent of £135,000. The Grandstand was all but destroyed after sustaining multiple hits and the pitch was littered with impact craters, which left the club facing a major rebuilding operation when the war ended in 1945. The Second Phase, an additional 8,000 seats, and the Third Phase, an additional 11,000 seats, would be completed by the 2014–15 season should Plymouth's application and England's bid be successful, giving the stadium a capacity of 46,000 all-seated by this stage. [72], The highest attendance recorded at Home Park is 43,596 for a Football League Second Division match between Plymouth Argyle and Aston Villa on 10 October 1936. Records from this time tend not to be included in official records. [78], The view of the ground from the Family Corner prior to the Grandstand renovation, "If one were to classify Britain's 'sleeping giants' in order, Cardiff might be top for self-destruction, but Plymouth, surely, has the ground location which most clubs would die for. Hotels near Plymouth Argyle Home Park Football Stadium, Plymouth on Tripadvisor: Find 27,410 traveler reviews, 13,826 candid photos, and prices for 463 hotels near Plymouth Argyle Home Park Football Stadium in Plymouth, England. [38] The main redevelopment would include the fitting of new seats in the top tier, replacing the antiquated wooden ones, fitting new seats on the terrace, and replacing the roof. A pitched roof was erected along the main entrance at the Devonport End of the ground, to provide cover for supporters using that terrace. 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