The Football League fixtures for the upcoming 2016/17 season have been released.
Plymouth Argyle will once again be aiming for promotion after narrowly missing out in the playoff final at Wembley in May. They open their League Two campaign away at Luton.
Fans won't have too long to wait until the famed Devon Derby. Argyle travel to Exeter on September 17th.
The Pilgrim's fan who made a 60 hour round trip to watch Argyle in their League 2 final in Wembley is back home in Australia.Read the full story ›
Plymouth Argyle have missed out on a place in League One after losing to Wimbledon in the playoff final at Wembley.
Wimbledon scored with 10 minutes remaining and sealed victory with a penalty in extra time to break Argyle hearts.
Our reporter Jacquie Bird was at Wembley with the thousands of Pilgrim fans who'd made the trip to watch their side take on Wimbledon.
This Plymouth super-fan has come from Australia to watch his team in the League 2 final - but is leaving tonight!Read the full story ›
Plymouth Argyle have managed to negotiate extra tickets to their League 2 play-off final against AFC Wimbledon at Wembley on Monday 30 May.
The club has persuaded Wembley and Ticketmaster to release the remainder of its share of tickets.
- Category 5: adults - £32; 65 and over, 16 and under - £16
- Category 6: adults - £26; 65 and over, 16 and under - £13
Tickets will be subject to a £2.40 booking fee. They will be on sale through the ticket line 0845 872 3335 or at Home Park until 4pm Saturday, 28 May.
Plymouth super-fan Liam Westlake is coming back for the play-off final all the way from Australia but he's not staying for any celebrations.Read the full story ›
Liam Westlake is travelling back from Australia just for one day to watch the play-off final at the end of May.Read the full story ›
Plymouth Argyle celebrated a dramatic win against Portsmouth. It brings them one step closer to promotion.Read the full story ›
The old Merafield bridge in Plympton was destroyed on Saturday night but work over-ran after pieces of the bridge were not fully broken up.Read the full story ›