Plymouth Argyle Football Club often called the Pilgrims were formed in 1886 as Argyle FC, turning professional in 1903. They are an English football team, based in Plymouth. Argyle play their home games in the 20,900 capacity Home Park Stadium, Central Park, Plymouth, Devon in the South West of England. Their base means they travel considerable distances to some of their away games.
The Pilgrims known as Plymouth Argyle play in League Two where they last played in League One in the 2012-13 season where the club went into administration which eventually led to their relegation from League One. The club are the most Souther and Western football club in England and they play their home games in green and white shirts which are supplied by Puma and sponsored by Bond Timber. The club's most major was the 2003-04 Football League Second Division.
League Two club Plymouth Argyle showcase their home and away shirts for the upcoming 2016/17 season. After the club handed the power over to their loyal fans, Plymouth Argyle's all new home and away shirts have been subsequently chosen seeing Puma create classically styled stripes with modern tou [...]
Revealed in a kit vote, League Two side Plymouth Argyle have officially launched their new home and away kits for the 2015-16 season [...]
League Two side Plymouth Argyle have announced the results of their home kit vote posted on their website several weeks ago. The club allowed fans to vote in on next season's home shirt from three options provided by the club [...]
League Two side Plymouth Argyle have offered their fans the chance to vote in on next season's home kit. Pilgrim fans have been given the option of choosing one of three kits by German brand PUMA [...]
League Two side Plymouth Argyle have officially revealed their new home kit for the 2014-15 season. Supplied by Puma, the Pilgrims home stripe features green and white stripes last seen in the late nineties [...]
Plymouth play their home fixtures in green shirts with white strips, white shorts and green socks, the Plymouth shirt has most certainly given them another of their nicknames the Greens. The green has been pulled on by two great goalkeepers in the game; Peter Shilton who was also player manager from 1992 to 1995, and Bruce Grobbelaar who played from 1996 to 1997.
The Pilgrims Team of the Century includes Jim Furnell, Gordon Nisbet, Jack Chisholm, Graham Coughlan, Colin Sullivan, Ernie Machin, Kevin Hodges, Johnny Williams, Paul Mariner, Tommy Tynan, Sammy Black and Garry Nelson.