The SO Legal Stadium will be host to county cup action on Tuesday afternoon, as Barrow and Everton face each other in the Lancashire Cup, kick-off 1pm.
The Bluebirds defeated a Fleetwood Town XI in the previous round of the competition at Poolfoot Farm in September, thanks to a hat-trick from Benni Smales-Braithwaite, whilst Everton received a bye.
Entry to the fixture is free of charge, but there is a limited capacity inside the SO Legal Stadium.
Only a section of the Brian Arrowsmith Main Stand and the West Terrace will be open for supporters, with Main Stand turnstiles opening from Noon. Fans will be able to sit in the ‘W’ section of the Main Stand.
For the fixture, the Club has teamed up with the Barrow AFC Foundation to offer tickets for schools for the game. Several schools, along with approximately 800 kids will be in attendance.
The Cross Bar and Fan Zone will not be opening for the match, but the kiosks on the West Terrace will be open, serving a limited range of refreshments.
As this is not a first team or EFL competition, there will be no live video or audio streaming available, as county cups are not covered by iFollow or BBC Radio Cumbria.