Plymouth Argyle have reported that they’ve sold out their allocation of tickets for the Devon Derby match to be played on Saturday 21st February. Their allocation of just over 1500 tickets will mean one of the biggest away attendances at St James Park since Portsmouth bought 1548 away fans for the opening game of the 2014/15 season.
Argyle fans have been allocated the end block of the WTS stand, the St James Road end and the end block of the old Grandstand.
Exeter City FC are reporting that over 6,000 tickets have been sold for this eagerly anticipated feature. With 129 tickets left in the WTS and 244 in the old Grandstand those tickets are becoming limited in their availability. With one week to go before the game, there are over 1300 spaces available in the Big Bank.
The game is all ticket for all fans. There will be no pay on the turnstile facilities for fans on the day. Ticket details can be found here.
With both clubs vying for a place in the play-offs this will be one of the most important Devon Derby games for a while. The Grecians will also be looking to avenge the 3-0 defeat at Home Park back in August. The game kicks off at an earlier time of 1pm.