It's the big day for Plymouth Argyle and their fans as they take on Liverpool in the FA Cup.Read the full story ›
Plymouth Argyle players have set off from Devon on rote to Anfield as they hope to make FA Cup history.Read the full story ›
The Green Army prepares for the big trip North to take on one of the biggest football teams in the world.Read the full story ›
The museum which documents the history of the most decorated club in English football, Sports Correspondent Matthias Kurt shows you around.Read the full story ›
The club's main stand is in need of a major upgrade and now it's going to get one.Read the full story ›
Eager Plymouth Argyle fans spent more than six hours in line to ensure they got tickets for the team's FA Cup match with Liverpool.Read the full story ›
Big queues have been forming at Home Park as Plymouth Argyle fans line up to get their hands on tickets for the FA Cup third round game at Liverpool.
The queue at Home Park is growing fast. Now the length of the car park. All members entitled to one ticket each for… https://t.co/UMNP0wjWwV
A total of 8,633 tickets are available, with more than 2,000 sold last week to fans who are part of the club's membership schemes. Today members of the same schemes can buy in person until 2pm.
After today, tickets will be available for other supporters from this Friday, December 30th - but they must still meet complicated criteria (see club statement below). Any tickets left will go on general sale on Tuesday, January 3rd with tickets restricted to one per person.
"Either they will have bought a ticket from the same account through the Argyle ticket office for any five Argyle matches, home or away, since the beginning of the 2015/16 season.
"Or they will have bought a ticket from the same account through the Argyle ticket office for two matches this season, one of which is the League Two match at home to Doncaster Rovers on December 10 and/or the FA Cup second-round replay at Newport County on December 21."
Plymouth Argyle supporters have good reason to want Christmas out of the way and wish it was 2017 already.Read the full story ›