This Saturday we make our first appearance in the third round of the Emirates FA Cup since the 2016-17 season when we travel to Devon to take on Championship side Plymouth Argyle. We will be wearing our all amber kit. There will be no tickets on sale to Sutton supporters at Home Park on the day of the game so tickets must be bought in advance.
The club office will be open between 10am and 5pm on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday of this week, and from 8.30am to 9am on Friday, for the sale of tickets, and they can also be ordered on line, although tickets ordered on line will need to be collected from the club during the above hours or from turnstiles B20-B25 in the Kawasaki Barn Park Stand at Plymouth on the day. Season ticket holders and half season ticket holders can claim a ticket at special season ticket holder rates, with prices as follows.
Season ticket holders: Adults £10; Over 65 £7; Age 18-23 £5; Under 18 £3
Non season ticket holders: Adults £15; Over 65 £10; Age 18-23 £7; Under 18 £5
Under 14s must be accompanied by an adult, over 65 or 18-23 spectator. Wheelchair and ambulant disabled supporters pay the relevant price with a free Personal Assistant provided they are in receipt of the higher or enhanced rate of DWP/PIP.
On line tickets can be bought here.
To take advantage of the reduced price tickets, season ticket and half season ticket holders should follow the below procedure:
1. Click “edit details” on the Assign Attendees page
2. Input your name and client reference number exactly as it appears on your season ticket for each ticket. This is the SUFCXXXXXXX number and needs to be different for each ticket to redeem the reduced pricing offer
3. Select confirm and pay and you can then complete your purchase.
Our club shop will be open from 10am to 12 noon Tuesday, Thursday and Friday this week.
The Supporters' Club coach will leave the VBS at 7.30am, AND HAS NOW SOLD OUT
Supporters going by car should travel via the M5 and then the A38 to the Plymouth area. Exit at Manadon roundabout, signposted “Plymouth Argyle and Ferry Port” and A386. Take the second exit at the roundabout, following the direction of the flyover, to the left. Travel a mile on this road, and Home Park will appear on your left. The Milehouse park and ride car park is adjacent to the ground and free, but can get full quickly on match days so aim to arrive early. There are several pay and display car parks in and around the city centre. The closest of these to Home Park is on Stuart Road (PL1 5LH)
By rail Plymouth station is a 20 minute paved walk through Central Park to the ground. Exit the station and walk down Saltash Road to the roundabout at the bottom of the hill and follow the pavement around to the right to briefly join Russell Place, before turning left up onto Holdsworth Street. Walk straight up the road and continue straight on to join the path leading into the park, and follow this until you reach the stadium. A portion of this walk is quite steeply uphill so an alternative is bus route 60 from the station to Outland Road, close to the ground. An hourly train service from Paddington leaves at 03 minutes past the hour, taking just over three hours. Return direct at 18.16 or 19.50, or at 17.27 or 18.27 with a change at Bristol Parkway. Supporters using the Underground to get to Paddington should note that there is no District Line service between Wimbledon and Parsons Green on Saturday.