Barrow vs Salford City
Tuesday 28th February, kick-off 7:45pm
SO Legal Stadium
Sky Bet League Two
Formed in 1940 the club reached the Football League system for the first time in 2018-19, following the takeover of Project 92 in 2014. Salford would then have a documentary that displayed the route to bringing the club up the divisions.
Under the guidance of Graham Alexander, Salford would enjoy Wembley success, beating AFC Fylde 3-0 in the final to achieve Football League Status, becoming the first club to gain back-to-back promotions in achieving this milestone.
They would be back in 2021 for the delayed 2020 EFL Trophy Final, where they would win their first trophy as a Football League Club, defeating League One Portsmouth on penalties.
Head To Head
Within the Football League, Barrow and Salford have only faced each other on 5 occasions, with The Ammies taking 3 wins from 5 EFL matches. A late Jordan Stevens strike from the edge of the area salvaged Barrow a point at the Peninsula Stadium on Boxing Day.
The man in the middle this evening at the SO Legal Stadium will be Scott Oldham. He’ll be joined by Peter Gooch and Paul Newhouse on the lines, and Simon Mather will be on the touchline as Fourth Official.
Oldham’s last assignment involving Barrow was against Doncaster Rovers in September, when The Bluebirds convincingly dispatched Donny with a 2-0 victory.
Barrow fans can still buy tickets for the game on our ticketing website and gain admission through the turnstiles via our e-ticket option.
Alternatively, you can purchase your ticket at the Ticket Office, up until kick-off.
Visiting With Families
If you're visiting the SO Legal Stadium with your family, check out our handy Family Guide on how to make the most of your visit.
We’re delighted to confirm that we’ll be live streaming all the action on iFollow for supporters both in the UK and abroad.
Our live coverage will also benefit from the commentary of BBC Radio Cumbria’s Adam Johnson and Furness football stalwart John Goodwin.
Video Match Passes are on sale right now priced at just £10 and every fan who buys on will be directly supporting The Bluebirds.
You can purchase an Audio Match Pass for £2.50, an Audio Monthly Pass for £4.49 or sign-up for Audio Season Pass which provides all live commentary and video news for just £45.