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The Pilgrims have played in front of 16,000-plus sell-out crowds throughout 2023 due to the superb success the team have had on the pitch.

Plymouth Argyle have got to find a sweet spot where increasing the Home Park capacity will not run the risk of the stadium being half-empty for games, chief executive officer Andrew Parkinson has declared.

The Pilgrims have played in front of 16,000-plus sell-out crowds at the Theatre of Greens throughout 2023 due to the superb success the team have had on the pitch.

With demand exceeding supply that has inevitably led to a lot of debate about expanding the size of the stadium, with talk often centred around filling in the two corners at either end of the Mayflower Grandstand.

Whatever the eventual increase in size is it will cost millions of pounds and Parkinson pointed out both a business case and the funds would be needed for the club to proceed with it.

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Never going to happen under this shower.
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Won't be necessary once we're back in League 1!!
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Argo must be the only club to have actually intentionally reduced capacity. Regardless of whether we are relegated this season or not the capacity must be increased to at least 22,000 with a view to future promotion campaigns back to this level.
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PostSubject: Re: A study into increasing Home Park capacity   A study into increasing Home Park capacity EmptySat Oct 14, 2023 11:35 am

The narrowed walkway and seating in the Mayflower are most impressive. Big thanks to the Grandstand working group for all their efforts in advice.
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