- Apr 5, 2010
"After a long wait, we are delighted to be welcoming the Green Army back to Home Park for the Greens’ pre-season fixture against Sky Bet Championship side Swansea City.
Taken from PAFC.co.uk
Taken from PAFC.co.uk
A minute's applause will be observed for a pair of Argyle legends - Peter Hall and Paul Mariner - before kick-off at 7pm.
Turnstiles stadium-wide will open from 5.30pm. While we encourage supporters to purchase digital tickets in advance of the day, there will be also be a pay on the day facility for both home and away supporters.
Home supporters can get their tickets from the Home Park Ticket Office, which will be open from 9am right the way through until kick-off, while Swans fans can pay at the away turnstiles.
Should supporters arrive late for the fixture, there will be one late turnstile open in the Lyndhurst Road stand, and it will remain open until 30 minutes into the match.
For supporters who are looking to purchase their 21/22 replica kits and other memorabilia, the Argyle Superstore at Home Park will be open from 9am until shortly after full-time on Tuesday evening.
Refreshment kiosks throughout the stadium will be open throughout the evening, serving a range of hot and cold food, teas, coffees, snacks, soft drinks and alcoholic beverages.
Please note that there will be no match-day programme for our pre-season fixtures, although a PDF of the team sheets will be made available after each fixture for collectors to download on our website.
While we are absolutely thrilled to be opening the doors of the Theatre of Greens for an Argyle fixture once again, we ask the Green Army to consider their fellow supporters and club staff throughout their visit.
The rate of COVID-19 infection in Plymouth is higher than the national average, and not every adult in the region will have had the opportunity to become double vaccinated yet. As such, Argyle staff will continue to wear face coverings wherever possible – particularly in busy and enclosed areas - and we ask that supporters do the same, although it is not a condition of entry.
With this in mind, we regretfully request that supporters refrain from congregating around first-team players and staff for selfies and autographs.
The Argyle Superstore will take the same approach, with retail staff wearing face coverings. However, the capacity of the Superstore will be raised to a maximum of 30 supporters at any one time.
We also ask all supporters to consider taking a COVID-19 lateral flow test before attending Home Park – these can be ordered online by clicking here. As above, this is not a condition of entry.
In order to avoid large queues at peak times (e.g half-time), we advise supporters to plan ahead for toilet breaks, using facilities when they are likely to be less busy, and following the one-way system laid out."