Away Days - Travel Guide | Plymouth Argyle vs. Cardiff City
Cardiff City travel to Plymouth Argyle’s Home Park on Saturday, January 20th, 3pm KO.
Tickets for away supporters are sold out for Saturday's fixture. Thank you for your brilliant support, Bluebirds!
Travelling by car from Cardiff City Stadium to the home of the Pilgrims will take approximately three hours, via the M4, M49 and M5. The sat-nav postcode is PL2 3DQ.
There are several car parking options close to the stadium. Outland Road car park, adjacent to Home Park, is free to use on matchdays.
Alternatively, there are pay and display car parks in the city centre. The George Park & Ride (PL6 7HB) and Coypool Park Ride (PL7 4TB) run dedicated football bus services to the ground.
Parking costs £10 at Devonport High School and is available to book online here. The car park opens three hours prior to kick-off.
If travelling by train from Cardiff Central, the journey to Plymouth will take approximately three-and-a-half hours. Some services are direct, while others require a change at Bristol Temple Meads.
Plymouth Train Station is a 15 to 20-minute walk to Home Park. Alternatively, it’s a five-minute drive, with a taxi rank located just outside the main entrance of the railway station.
With a capacity of 16,388, Home Park is the second-smallest ground in the Sky Bet Championship this season.
Away supporters are located on one side of the Barn Park End.
If you experience or witness any form of discriminatory or offensive behaviour, please do not hesitate to anonymously text 07484 070422 with the row and seat number of the offender, followed by the nature of the problem.
Our Supporter Liaison Officer, Paul Corkrey, will be in attendance at the stadium on matchday. If you require any assistance, please contact him on 07484 070422. Alternatively, follow @CardiffCitySLO on Twitter for further supporter updates.
Pies and Pints
Food and drink will be available in the concourse at Home Park on Saturday afternoon.
Interactive catering kiosks have been installed throughout the Home Park stadium, offering a range of food and beverage options.
The Britannia, around 10 minutes from the ground by foot, welcomes travelling supporters, as does the Cherry Tree pub on Ham Drive.
Hyde Park Social Club, which is also 10 to 15 minutes from the stadium, also welcomes away fans.
If you're making the most of your trip to Plymouth and spending some extra time in Devon, why not check out some of these top tourist attractions?
Hoe Park - Standing tall on the luscious green-lawned expanse of the Hoe is the iconic Smeaton’s Tower lighthouse.
National Marine Aquarium - A visit to the Aquarium will take you on a journey across the world's Ocean, from the shores of Plymouth Sound to the coral reefs of the tropics of Australia.
Saltram - Saltram House is a grade I listed George II era house in Plympton, Devon, England. It was deemed by the architectural critic Pevsner to be "the most impressive country house in Devon".