Boro Friendly at Plymouth Argyle (Fri 23rd July) - Away fans permitted

weemoby

Well-known member
Press release from PAFC:

"In anticipation of the guidance relating to football crowds being updated shortly, and with each of our warm-up fixtures at the Theatre of Greens taking place after government restrictions are set to be lifted, we are excited to confirm that tickets for these fixtures will be made available without capacity limitations.

This will apply to the fixtures against the Sky Bet Championship trio of Swansea City, Middlesbrough and Bristol City – with away supporters also permitted entry."

Geddon! I'll be in the home seats with my Argyle supporting mates (y)

 

theredrooster

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Lived in Devon 20yrs so thought I would add some ‘Janner speak’ to my post 🙂

Is it the South West equivalent of Gerrin then? As in 'Gerrin ya beauty!'

As an aside, whilst reading these posts I've now started doing so with a ridiculous OTT Cornish twang as my inner monologue! (I know you said Devon, but accents from that area all sound the same to me even though they won't be. Probably similar to a Southerner thinking Teessiders and Geordies sound the same!).
 

Northerner

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Good stuff. I'm in the area on holiday for the week and already got my Saltash and Tavistock tickets.

Anybody recommend which stand / block to buy tickets, or will there be an "away" section?
 

Boro Devonport

Active member
Press release from PAFC:

"In anticipation of the guidance relating to football crowds being updated shortly, and with each of our warm-up fixtures at the Theatre of Greens taking place after government restrictions are set to be lifted, we are excited to confirm that tickets for these fixtures will be made available without capacity limitations.

This will apply to the fixtures against the Sky Bet Championship trio of Swansea City, Middlesbrough and Bristol City – with away supporters also permitted entry."

Geddon! I'll be in the home seats with my Argyle supporting mates (y)

I moved to Mr Warnocks other town of Looe 2 weeks ago. I work in Torpoint so I'm going.

Geddon 😛
 

Johnny Vincents Motorbike

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Given all the out-pouring's of love, history, memories and the passionate voices above and beyond reason over the past 15 months for The Boro - the ' cant waits', the 'desperate to watch' , the 'genuinely excited' , the 'full house brigade' - i expect we will have 12,000 at Home Park with rousing chorus after chorus of "We're gonna win the league, we're gonna win the league, aaand now your gonna believe us....."

And the rain's softly falling and the Oggie man's no more.
I can't hear him calling like I used to before
I came through the gateway and I heard the sergeant say
"The big boys are a coming, see their stands across the way"
And the rains softly falling and the Oggie man's no more... ©️ Cyril Tawney.


it promises to be a good day (and evening out) the Janners will look after us #UTB,
 

Northerner

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Plymouth website states:
"Details of ticketing for away fans will be finalised soon - please look out for information on this shortly"

Assume there will be an "away" section but not sure? I'm waiting for now.
Might enjoy it it more if there is a dedicated section for Boro fans as will seem like a real away day (week)
Anybody got any info?
 

NorthumberlandBoro

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Per MFC
Boro fans can book by contacting the PAFC Ticket Office on 01752 907700.

Ticket prices:

Adults: £10
Over-65s: £8
Under-23s: £7
Under-18s: £5
Under-12s: £3
Under-8s: free when accompanying an adult/over-65.
 

jlholmes27

New member
Got my tickets today as I'm down that way for a stag do that weekend. There is an away allocation in block 22 and you have to phone up to purchase them.
 

shaun71

Active member
Bought my ticket online for the home grandstand but sent them an email explaining the situation and theyve just transferred my ticket into the away section.
 
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