Home Park - Plymouth Argyle Stadium Guide

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Last Updated: August 16, 2021

Huish Park Exterior on matchday

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.

Majorly renovated in 2001 at a cost of £11 million, the ground has a current capacity of 16,906.

Plymouth Argyle Stadium Guide

Stadium Facts

Team:Plymouth Argyle
Address: Home Park, Plymouth, Devon, PL2 3DQ
Pitch Size:105 m x 70 m
Record Attendance:17,511 vs Watford (22nd March 2008)
Stadium Owner:Plymouth Argyle F.C.
Operator:Plymouth Argyle F.C.
Stadium Names
Names:Theatre of Greens
Construction Details
Broke Ground:1892
Architect:Barr Construction (2001), GL Events (2019)
Construction Cost:£11m (2001) & £10m (2019)
Renovated:2001, 2019

Home Park History

Home Park, known by some fans as “The Theatre of Greens” perhaps in a parody of Manchester United’s “Theatre of Dreams” has been the home stadium of the club since the clubs formation in 1892.

Considerably developed in the 1920s and 1930s a lot of this work proved to be thankless after the ground sustained serious damage in the after math of the Second World War.

With the club essentially starting from scratch by the time the Football League resumed in 1945, numerous improvements were made to Home Park throughout the 20th century in the post-war period, including the construction of a two-tiered grandstand in the 1950s and the addition of floodlights.

The largest construction project came in 2001 when three brand new stands were designed and built within a year, between February 2001 and 2002.

The stadium eventually became all-seater at the start of the 2007-2008 season after the last section of terracing was converted in the summer.

In 2011 the club entered administration and Plymouth City Council agreed to purchase the freehold back from the club at a cost of £1.6 million, with annual rent charged at a generous £135,000.

This reality is in stark contrast to the bold designs proposal for the Fifa World Cup 2018 Bid which would have seen the stadium become a 46,000 state of the art sports facility.

Home Park turnstiles

View of Home Park

Plymouth Argyle F.C. Info

Full Name:Plymouth Argyle Football Club
Rivals:Exeter City, Torquay United, Portsmouth, Bristol City, Bristol Rovers
Team Colours:Green and Black
Club Mascot:Pilgrim Pete
Nicknames:The Pilgrims, Argyle
Training Ground:Harpers Park
Famous Players:Luke McCormick, Sylvan Ebanks-Blake, Peter Shilton, Jamie Mackie, Yannick Bolasie, Dan Gosling, Bruce Grobbelaar, Paul Wotton, Mickey Evans
Famous Managers:Derek Adams, John Sheridan, Ryan Lowe, Neil Warnock, Paul Sturrock
Team Owner:Simon Hallett (97%)
Team Goalscorer:Sammy Black (184)
Most Appearances:Kevin Hodges (620)
Official Website:https://www.pafc.co.uk/
Team Wikipedia:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Plymouth_Argyle_F.C.

Home Park Seating Plan

Below is a seating plan of Plymouth Argyle's Home Park:

Plymouth Argyle Home Park Seating Plan

Stand Photos

Argyle’s ground is made up of four distinct sections: The Lyndhurst Stand (North), The Barn Park End (East), The Mayflower Grandstand (South) and the Barn Park End (East).

Click the thumbnails above to enlarge an image of each stand and to read a more detailed description of each part of the Stadium.

How to get to Home Park

Where is Home Park?

Frequently Asked Questions

Who plays at Home Park?

English side Plymouth Argyle play their home matches at Home Park.

What is the capacity of Home Park?

As of 2024 Home Park has an official seating capacity of 18,600 for Football matches.

When was Home Park opened?

Home Park officially opened in 1893 and is home to Plymouth Argyle

What is the postcode for Home Park?

The postcode for Home Park is PL2 3DQ.

Are there any Covid restrictions at the stadium?

Covid Restrictions may be in place when you visit Home Park in 2024. Please visit the official website of Plymouth Argyle for full information on changes due to the Coronavirus.