Barrow outline plan for return for spectators

Barrow outline plan for return for spectators

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Barrow Raiders have announced the distribution of 17,000 free season tickets to every child in south Cumbria.

Additionally, the club has confirmed that all fans that enter the Matt Johnson Prestige Stadium before 1:00pm ahead of this Sunday’s clash with North Wales Crusaders will gain free admission.

The club also confirmed that fans who have already bought tickets to the game will receive their money back as tokens to spend inside the ground if they enter before the 1:00pm free entry deadline, while supporters can also book their tickets by messaging the club’s Facebook page giving the names and mobiles of all in your party.

Alongside their free tickets to schoolchildren, the Cumbrian side are doing their part with sponsorships packages, offering free tickets to those are choose to use services with a selection of the club’s partners.

Club chairman Steve Neale said: “Barrow Raiders are determined to grow their crowds which has resulted in this fabulous offer.

“Additionally, we’ve distributed roughly 17,000 season tickets to every child in south Cumbria through our foundation team and their fantastic work.

“There will be community activity on the pitch from 10am this Sunday, followed by a tig and pass festival until 2pm.

“We will be allowing free entry to the North Wales game up to 1:00pm. All you need to do is turn up and provide track and trace information.

“The free entry tickets will be limited so that we conform with our COVID capacity.

“We want kids playing rugby league, they are our fans of tomorrow. I want this ground bouncing with a great atmosphere on Sunday. I remember as a kid Barrow got 5,000 in attendance and that atmosphere is almost addictive.

“A ground that is packed will hopefully make fans want to return and become attractive to those who possibly don’t watch the sport.

“This is a Barrow super Sunday and we want a whole new audience to our games. If you simply want a few drinks and view the game from the marquee then that is great.

“It’s a close ground and a good place to be. We want to create this buzz, this atmosphere and we are wanting these people to return in the future.”

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