ABOUT 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.

The charity’s governing document embodies PAHA’s fundamental aim that fans and club work together and ensures that neither has overall control. Above all, PAHA was formed to preserve, promote and educate, without profit. 

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NEWS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS

Doug Fletcher Collection

The Argyle Archive are pleased to have been contacted by Doug Fletcher, son of the former Argyle director also called Doug Fletcher. Doug senior became

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Poppy Shirts

Armistice Day is a day to commemorate and honour all of those who served and sacrificed in conflicts for their country. We will remember them.

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Rare Wartime Programme

The Archive are delighted to have recently acquired a programme from the 1944-45 season. The match in question was on 14th April 1945 away at Swansea Town (as they were known then) in the Western League Cup

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