Portsmouth in the Tribute Lounge

OUR trip to Fratton Park on Good Friday, April 14 will be screened live in the Tribute Legends Lounge at Home Park.
The match kicks off at 2.30pm, and is being shown live on Sky Sports. If you cannot make the trip along the coast to Portsmouth and you would rather watch the game with other members of the Green Army, then you can join us at Home Park.

For just £5 you’ll be able to watch the match, as well as enjoy a pasty and a pint of Carlsberg or Tribute from the bar, courtesy of our sponsors, St Austell Brewery. The game, including the build-up and post-match analysis, will be shown live on the array of screens located within the Tribute Legends Lounge.

Doors will open at 1.45pm, and supporters will be able to remain in the Tribute Legends Lounge after our match has concluded, to not only discuss the match with fellow fans but also to watch the scores come in from around the country, and (subject to demand) will also be able to take in the Sky Bet Championship match between Wolverhampton Wanderers and Brighton & Hove Albion.

Tickets for this event are likely to be very popular and we expect them to sell out. Therefore, please do not delay in buying yours now.

For more information, or to book your tickets, please contact the club on 01752 302204 or 01752 562561, visit main reception at Home Park or email commercial@pafc.co.uk.

If any wheelchair users wish to attend please mention this when booking and appropriate space can be allowed.

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Doncaster in the Tribute Lounge

LEGENDS of club and country can all be seen from the comfort of our Tribute Lounge on Sunday, March 26.
The leading two sides in Sky Bet League Two clash on that day, at the Keepmoat Stadium, in a game broadcast live by Sky Sports, as Argyle travel to Doncaster Rovers.

Later, at Wembley, the ITV cameras will be on England’s latest FIFA World Cup Qualifying group match, as the Three Lions take on Lithuania.

The best place to watch both games is in the Tribute Legends Lounge at Home Park, which will screen both games. Argyle kick-off at the unusual time of 2.45pm, with England’s match following shortly afterwards at 5pm.

Perfect for the supporters that cannot make it to South Yorkshire or Wembley, you can still watch our game with other members of the Green Army for just £5. Even better, we will provide you with a pasty and a pint of Carlsberg or Tribute from the bar, courtesy of our sponsors, St Austell Brewery. The games, including the build-up and post-match analysis, will be shown live on the array of screens located within the Tribute Legends Lounge.

Doors will open at 2pm. Tickets for this event are likely to be very popular and we expect them to sell out. Therefore, please do not delay in buying yours now.

For more information, or to book your tickets, please contact the club on 01752 302204 or 01752 562561; visit main reception at Home Park; or email commercial@pafc.co.uk.

If any wheelchair users wish to attend please mention this when booking and appropriate space can be allowed.

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Training session

As part of Level Playing Field’s week of action Argyle have invited PADSA members plus carers to watch the team at a training session on Thursday the 16th Match 2017.
We need to meet at 10am at the main reception. You need to contact PADSA to let us know if you are attending.

Mobile 07936542497

Email padsagroup2015@gmail.com

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RIP Barry Francis

Barry Francis former PADSA Committee member has passed away in Fuerteventura. Will be missed by the PADSA committee and many friends in the disabled enclosure.

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Luton Away Tickets

OUR trip to Luton Town on Saturday, February 25 will be an all-ticket match for Argyle supporters.
Tickets go on sale for the trip to Kenilworth Road at 9.30am, on Friday, February 10, initially to full Members only. White Members will be able to purchase from Monday, February 13 then, if any tickets remain, there will be a general sale period from Wednesday, February 15.

​Wheelchair supporters need to contact Luton Town direct on 01582 416976. Disabled tickets can only be booked through the ticket office and not online, as supporters are required to be registered with us.

Unreserved Seating in the Oak Road Stand
Adults – £23
Disabled Adult – £18
Young Adults (Under 22) & Seniors (Over 65) – £18
Disabled Under 22 & Disabled Over 65 – £15
Golden Seniors – (Over 75) – £15
Disabled Over 75 – £11
Youth Under 18 – £11
Juniors Under 10 – £8
Disabled Under 18 – £8
Disabled Carer – Free

Sale Dates
Full Members: From 9.30am, Friday, February 10.
White Members: From 9.30am, Monday, February 13.
General Sale: From 9.30am, Wednesday, February 15.

Coach
Departure is 7.30am, from outside the Devonport End
Travel Club Members – £30
Non-Members – £33

Please remember coach is payable ONLY by cash or cheques made payable to Plymouth Argyle Supporters Club

Read more at http://www.pafc.co.uk/news/article/2016-17/luton-ticket-information-3564640.aspx#0qQ9o1WX7uAK8fWq.99

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Temporary Seats

HOME Park’s Mayflower terrace will be home for the next generation of Argyle’s Green Army in Saturday’s Devon Expressway Derby.
Temporary seating installed for last month’s Emirates FA Cup tie against Liverpool is staying for the Sky Bet League Two visit of Exeter City.

However, some of the Mayflower seats have been removed following consultation with supporters who suffered restricted views during the cup game, and tickets for the terrace will be restricted.

In his regular bi-weekly column for the Plymouth Herald, Argyle chief executive Martyn Starnes revealed that Argyle had decided to sell tickets for the stand to young supporters allied to the club’s Community Trust. Other seats will be occupied by fans who need to be migrated from other areas of Home Park.

Martyn said: “The temporary seats, installed at a significant net cost to the club and enabling an additional 1,600 or so fans to watch the Liverpool game, will still be in place on Saturday.

“However, given the unintended and unforeseen consequences of impaired sight lines, and following consultation with supporters and our partners on the Safety Advisory Group, we have significantly reduced the capacity in those seats for the Exeter match.

“The tickets we have made available in that area have been mainly sold to junior members of groups associated with our Community Trust.”

It will be the last time that any supporters will be able to use the Mayflower seating.

“We are now planning to remove the temporary seats and this will be undertaken next week,” said Martyn.

“We’re not yet able to confirm whether this will be achieved before or after the match on Tuesday night against Leyton Orient. This is going to be subject to the availability of the contractor.”

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UPDATE REGARDING FA CUP TIES V LIVERPOOL

PADSA met with Plymouth Argyle Football Club on Tuesday 7th February. The latest situation regarding feedback given for the cup fixtures against Liverpool is as follows:-

The Club have commissioned a report to be compiled of all the feedback received from supporters, both positive and negative. Once complete this report, and its recommendations, will be discussed by the Board of Directors and an action plan will be compiled. The Club has then said that the report, recommendations and action plan will be published in full. Whilst no exact date was given for this it was apparent that the Club are looking to get this done as quickly as possible.

PADSA are content with this response and will carefully review the report and its findings when published. We will then be in a clearer position to consider our response, if necessary, on behalf of our members. The Level Playing Field organisation have been kept constantly updated on the process and have been in contact with the Club on our behalf. They will also await the publication of the report.

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Liverpool Feedback

A MESSAGE from Argyle Chairman, James Brent.

WEDNESDAY night’s Emirates FA Cup match against Liverpool and the game at Anfield were ‎memorable experiences for those who could attend in person and for those who watched on television and listened to Argyle Player or the radio.

Derek, his coaching staff and team made us all proud – their performance was matched only by that of the Green Army, which was immense on both occasions.

To make these days successful, considerable effort and commitment was needed beyond the team and coaching staff, however. The efforts of all our staff, across all departments, were humbling and the Argyle Board of Directors is incredibly grateful to them, also. To safely arrange, install and sell an extra 2,000 seats in three working days, for example, was incredible.

However, we are a club that wants to continuously improve and end each day better than we started. The Green Army is what we are about and we would really appreciate your feedback. This will then be analysed and a report presented to the Board. We will publish what we have learned, where we did well, and where we feel we can do even better.

To inform us and help us improve, we would be grateful if you could send, to argyle@pafc.co.uk, your thoughts on:

• What went well?
• What would have been even better if?

Please put ‘Well/Better if’ in the subject line of your email.

Many thanks for your continued support.

James Brent
Chairman

Read more at http://www.pafc.co.uk/news/article/2016-17/feedback-sought-3527481.aspx#2A02Xwv4ustx7M48.99

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Disabled Enclosure View Wendesday

If you were in the Disabled Enclosure on Wednesday night could you contact PADSA.

padsagroup2015@gmail.com

07936542497

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PADSA Statement

It is clear that there are many issues raised regarding the Liverpool game on Wednesday night. These issues concern the restricted viewing from the disabled stand created by the temporary seating put in under the grandstand. We (PADSA) have made the club aware of our disappointment, anger, and disbelief that this could happen. There was no prior knowledge that there might be an issue. Many people in the disabled stand left in disgust and went home to watch the game on TV. We (PADSA)had a meeting with a club official this morning and all our concerns/complaints were put forward. It is my view (Chairman) that it is now up to the Club to respond to these issues and it will be a sign of the clubs stance on its Disabled supporters and its intentions for the future. As a group we know what response we would like to see however the ball is firmly in the clubs court so Argyle don’t squander the chance to do the right thing we await your response.

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