The White Tigers have been ground-sharing at Bolitho Park since the 2021-22 season, with the club currently building a new stadium in Langarth with the club hoping to move back to Cornwall for the start of the 2024-25 season.
Bolitho Park, home of Plymouth Parkway FC, has a capacity of 3,500, 250 of which are seated.
The ground is almost completely covered, with the ground having a major redevelopment in the last couple of years.
Tickets can be purchased online at the link – https://plymouthparkwayfc.ktckts.com/event/truwor2324/truro-city-vs-worthing
CONCESSIONS: (over-65s): £9
Alternatively, you can purchase tickets on the day via cash or card.
Address: Bolitho Park, St Peters Road, Plymouth, PL5 3JH
By Car: Arriving into Plymouth on the A38, leave the dual carriageway at Manadon roundabout, taking the fourth exit onto St. Peters Road. Follow the road around for about a mile and the entrance to the ground will be on the right at the mini roundabout.
By Coach: The club coach departs from the Sussex Transport Community Stadium at 7.30am on Saturday morning. Limited seats remain. To book yours, visit – https://ticketpass.org/event/EYBURW/coach-travel-truro-city
By Rail: There are no railway stations within a short walking distance of the ground. However, if you do choose to travel by rail on Saturday Plymouth Citybus run several bus routes that go directly to the ground or close by with a short walk to Bolitho Park. The 61-bus service will drop supporters directly outside the ground and a host of buses run regularly to Crownhill leaving a short walk to the ground. CLICK HERE https://www.plymouthbus.co.uk/services for all Plymouth Citybus routes.
Truro City’s website states: Please be advised that on Truro City home match days that take place at Bolitho Park, we are advising supporters to use public transport whenever possible.
With limited car parking space in our main car park on a match day and surrounding areas home to local residents, we ask supporters to look at alternative forms of transport to and from the games.
On home match days, the club will have a match day steward managing the car park and once full, supporters travelling by car will be advised to park in either the free car parks located at Crownhill Village or Alexandra Road.
Ground Facilities and Away Pubs
There’s not a lot around the ground but there is a smart bar with several TV’s and a reasonable range of drinks. There’s also a food van on site selling the usual burgers, hotdogs, chips etc.
The Victory Inn pub is about a 15-minute walk away and the closest pub/bar to the ground itself.
For more information, visit Truro City’s club website – https://www.trurocityfc.net/contact
Enjoy your visit!