All the ticket & travel info for our trip to Chorley in the FA Cup.
The game will be segregated, with Barrow supporters able to pay on the gate. We have been allocated 1000 standing tickets and 150 seats, which will be available on the day on a first come first served basis.
Barrow fans should enter via the Pilling Lane turnstiles as the Pilling Lane End is designated the away end. This is the opposite end to the main entrance off Duke Street.
Ticket prices will be as follows:
Student 16-21 (With Valid Student Card): £7.00
12-16 Year Old: £5.00
U12 (With Paying Adult): Free
Bluebirds Trust Buses:
The Bluebirds trust have just a few seats remaining on their four buses to the game. For details on how to secure one of the few remaining places, click HERE.
For those of you using public transport, Chorley train and bus stations are an easy ten- minute walk away.
**Please note Northern Rail services are severely disrupted due to strike action on Saturday**
Parking is limited at the ground but there is a 30 space car park on Pilling Lane (PR7 3EE) which is charged at £3 & gives easy access to the away end, and a limited number of disabled spaces which are free but allocated on a first come basis.
There is also on street parking, the best idea is to make use of the George Street car park which is a 5 – 10 minute walk to the ground & free after 1pm on Saturdays.
Coach parking will be reserved on Brindle Street, access via Pall Mall & Duke Street.
Chorley boasts a great selection of micropubs dotted around the town centre, all worthy of a visit. Notably The Ale Station, Shepherds’ Hall Ale House, The Bob Inn, Toastie Tavern, The Shed and Bootleggers. All are within a half-mile stroll of the bus station.
That stroll would also take you past other real ale pubs well worth a visit, notably club sponsor The Crown Hotel. After its recent transformation you can’t miss the new bright orange exterior.