All the key information ahead of Sunday’s Betfred Championship trip to Barrow Raiders (3pm kick off)
The Matt Johnson Prestige Stadium
Turnstiles open at 11:30am. Cash turnstiles are available on each stand for those that wish to pay on the gate.
Advance tickets can be purchased directly from Barrow. You will be issued your tickets via email and you will need to show these at the gate for scanned entry – either show on your phone or printed out version to gain access to the ground.
There is a Barrow Raiders ladies reserves game which is £5 entry and includes a £5 food and drink voucher if purchased before 12pm, this will also give you access to the mens game for one price. Kick off is at 12 noon.
Please note: Season tickets are NOT valid for this fixture
ADVANCE TICKET PRICES
Adults – £16
Concessions 65+ – £13
Juniors – Free
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Adults – £20
Concessions – £15
Turnstiles are open on the day for fans wishing to pay on the gate for this weekend’s game.
Food and drink will be available from the kiosk located at the top end of the ground and from vendors around the stadium. The Raiders marquee has a cash bar for all supporters to enjoy.
We are running a supporters coach for Sunday’s game. Tickets are priced at Adults (19+) £22, Juniors (14-18) £10, Children under 13 travel free when accompanied with a full fare paying adult. The bus will depart The Shay at 11am.
For bookings, please call the club on 01422 342792 or click here to purchase online. Limited spaces are available so book to now to avoid disappointment.
There is no parking available at the stadium. There are a couple of retail parks situated around the ground which we would advise supporters to park at such as the Hollywood retail park as there is limited on street parking available
Disabled supporters can purchase tickets online or on arrival. Accompanying carers are free of charge. There is no parking available at the club so consequently there is no disabled parking facility. However, an area by the main gate is coned off for access on match days and disabled supporters may be dropped off at this point.
There are 20 spaces available for home and away supporters on a first come first served basis. The area is under the cover of the front of the main stand. Carer seats are moveable so you can sit next to or behind the supporter you are accompanying.
If you are feeling unwell and require assistance or first aid, please report to a stadium steward