Join us for our annual charity Varsity 2022 - Men's Football 1st team at Plymouth Argyle
The biggest student sporting event in the city is BACK in person.
Plymouth University and the University of St Mark & St John look to battle it out to become victorious, in the 15th year of modern Varsity.
All tickets must be bought online. No cash or card facilities are available at Argyle.
Entry to the ground is through Gate L15 or L16
Few bits of IMPORTANT info to read:
There will be no transport to the ground however there will be FREE shuttles from the ground back into town at the end of the Men’s match
There are a number of public buses that run from Plymouth City Centre to Home Park - https://www.plymouthbus.co.uk/services.
Ensure you have your Student ID, Proof of Age ID and Proof of Purchase (e-ticket) with you.
Bringing bags to the stadium is actively discouraged. However, fans arriving at Home Park with a small personal bag (for example, medical bags or handbags) capable of being stowed under seats is permitted.
If any individual enters the playing pitch area there will be an automatic fine of £5,000 for the University Football Clubs and a fine of £5,000 for PAFC, in addition to this those identified through CCTV will be prosecuted which could result in a fine of up to £10,000 and a banning order for two years to all stadia in the UK
Varsity Charity 2022
The Varsity Charity is chosen by the students – the captains put forward the charities and then a poll is created and shared with students to vote, this year Mind had the most votes
Netball suggested this charity
‘UPNC - netball Club would like to put forward choosing mind charity for varsity because we feel many students have struggled to readjust to life after lockdowns. We also recognise that university is a big step in people’s lives and mind is a charity which can support people with that step.’