Plymouth Argyle

Plymouth Argyle

Stadium Information


Home Park


 Home Park

Club / stadium contact for disabled supporters


Dave Boobyer

Telephone no.

01752 562 561 ext 140

E-mail address

Website address

Disabled Supporters Association


Barry Hendy


07936542497 (PADSA mobile number)


Website address



Accessibility Information

For UK minimum access standards for new and existing stadia and for good practice guidance please click here.


Getting There & Parking


All ticketing issues are dealt with by the Box Office. A complimentary ticket is provided for a carer. Please contact the Box Office for more information on 0845 872 3335.


National Rail have published links to the nearest stations to sporting venues including Plymouth Argyle see here for more information.


Level Playing Field have not verified the information given and we suggest that you contact the station direct if you have any access requirements.

Getting a Ticket


For information on purchasing a ticket please visit the Plymouth Argyle website.


All ticketing issues are dealt with by the Box Office. Please contact the Box Office for more information on 0845 872 3335.

Spectator Viewing areas


Home supporters have 80 spaces for wheelchair users available to them, and these can be found at pitchside. 28 spaces for wheelchair users can be found at pitchside in the away section for away supporters. Supporters with ambulant disabilities can request front row or aisle seating in segregated areas.


NB: Under existing minimum standards for accessible stadia, the club should have 145 wheelchair spaces (123 home and up to 22 away). 75% of these should be elevated positions and the remaining 25% pitchside.


LPF's view is that many disabled supporters should be able to access general seating areas and only those with specific needs eg those who require extra legroom, or access via aisle seats or who need step free access etc should be allocated seats in the dedicated areas.


Based on the above, the club therefore only meets 74% of the guidance and has a shortfall of 37 wheelchair spaces. They should be working on a plan to rectify this deficit within a reasonable timeframe under the auspices of a full independent Access Audit.


Accessible amenities


Both home and away fans can use accessible toilets inside the stadium. The club shop is accessible for all fans and has a low level serving counter. Catering kiosks in both the home and away sections have low level serving counters and so are fully accessible.

Accessible services & information


The ticket office does not have a hearing loop installed. Match commentaries are available by contacting the club reception. Facilities for assistance dogs are available. The concourses do not have rest areas included.


Updated August 2014.

DSA Additional Information


Plymouth Argyle Disabled Supporters Association (PADSA)

Christmas Social Event    Invitation


The Chairman and committee would like to invite you and your family to our Christmas social event on

Sunday 14th December 2014 1.30pm to 4pm at The Tribute Lounge

Plymouth Argyle Football Club  Home Park  Plymouth PL2 3DQ


The afternoon will include entertainment from Barry Francis and his keyboard melodies, singer Kyle Coleman, Christmas quiz, raffle, visit from Father Christmas and PAFC players and a Christmas tea.

The bar will be open.


RSVP  By 10 /12/ 2014

Please to Barry Hendy 01752 363909

PADSA mobile 07936542497 or email

Please can let us know if you have any dietary needs



We wish you a Happy Christmas and New Year




PADSA AGM 10 September


Plymouth Argyle DSA AGM took place on 10 September. To view the minutes, click here. To view photos from the AGM, click here


View PADSA Newsletters here

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Sheila Quinn


Published: 26/2/2014


This was my first visit to Plymouth and as its a long way for disabled son to drive, we decided to stay overnight  at a premier Inn.


We were told there were no parking spaces available, so we parked in the local park & ride car park.


I bought the tickets in advance over the phone but they would only post them out at an extra charge.


There was a mobile burger stall outside where we bought a cup of tea as it was the pre packed powdered drinks inside the ground.


The club shop was easily accessible for wheelchairs.


On entering the ground I had to go through a turnstile where both tickets were scanned & son was taken through a gate.


Inside, the teabar had no meat & potato pies, so I had a pricey sausage roll which was very nice & son had a burger which was cold.


There were  disabled toilets just inside the ground.


There was also an ice cream cart there as if it wasn't cold enough, but people did buy them.


Going into the seats we didn't know where we had to go so I asked a steward who said “anywhere along the front.”  As we were the only wheelchair people at the away end we could choose where to park ourselves as there were loads of spaces infront of our own fans. But it rained and we got wet.


Outside after the match I again bought us teas from the burger van.


Altogether a good day out.


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Match: 12/04/12

Published: 26/10/2012


 Disabled car parking is nearby but still a 5/10 minute walk past home fans.

The viewing area was slightly below pitchside but at least with your own fans. I personally don't like pitchside seating and there were problems with people walking past throughout the game. The roof doesn't cover the front row so you will get wet if it rains (it did)...

Carers sat behind and if the areas was full, you wouldn't have been able to sit within the painted yellow box with a carer behind. Also, there was no real protection when fans behind surged towards the front after we scored. This could potentially be dangerous.

An ambulant disabled fan was given a ticket "from the general allocation" as they don't have identified ambulant disabled seating and sat 5 rows back. He had to move to a spare seat on the front row as the seats were so tightly packed he couldn't bend his knees/sit comfortably there. I suggest you ask for front row seats if you are in the same position.

Stewards and staff were very helpful.

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