In memory of Graham Little

When the Plymouth Argyle Heritage Archive was formed in 2017 we were delighted when Graham accepted an invitation to become a Patron for the Archive.

In 2017 the Archive organised An Evening With Graham Little where Graham entertained the audience with fascinating tales from his 26 years at the club. Graham’s amazing memory and witty delivery were a delight. For well over two hours he told stories of appointments and sackings, managers and players, personalities such as Jimmy Greaves, Matt Busby, Michael Foot and Ken Bates, not to mention Elton John’s helicopter!  You can see the footage of this memorable evening available to view on our website at:

The passing of Graham means the Archive has lost a very good friend and supporter.  He’ll certainly be missed. RIP Graham.


The Argyle Archive

The Argyle Archive – Plymouth Argyle Heritage Archive to give it its full title – is a volunteer-run registered charity dedicated to preserving and promoting the heritage of Plymouth Argyle Football Club. Formed in 2017 by enthusiastic fans, with support from the football club, PAHA is a registered charity regulated by the Charity Commission, whose articles promote cooperation between fans and club to safeguard memorabilia and other items of historical interest for the enjoyment of generations to come.

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The Argyle Archive has digital copies of Plymouth Argyle Handbooks dating back to the first professional season in 1903/04 available to view online, and the collection


Match Programmes

Match Programmes The Argyle Archive is working to create and share a comprehensive record of Argyle Programmes. PAHA has a large collection of match programmes dating

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Featured items from the Archive Collection


Home Park Insurance Quote 1964

The quote for insurance of Home Park valued the stadium at £155,025 in 1964 which is equivalent to of £2,690,800 in 2021.  You can see


Michael Foot Cartoon by Martin Rowson

This cartoon was commissioned by the Michael Foot memorial fund from political cartoonist Martin Rowson in his memory. The print was auctioned by Argyle website PASOTI, and raised a handsome sum for good causes. A number of copies were also sold, with one also donated to the Argyle Archive collection. It is currently on display in the Green Taverners’ Suite.


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