Craven Park Ground

Barrow Raiders compete in the Betfred League 1

The club was formed in 1875 and in 2002 re-branded to become the Barrow Raiders.

Visitors’ guide

Match day admission 2019

Admission prices are available on this website in the Info>Ticket information section.

* A concession refers to persons aged 65 or over and students with a clearly dated student card.


Admission

The Matt Johnson Prestige Stadium Stadium offers seated accommodation in the Main Stand and covered standing on the Hindpool Road end terrace and Clive Street (popular side) terrace. There is uncovered standing on the Willie Horne Way terrace at the east end of the ground.

Turnstiles, the Raiders Bar and refreshment facilities generally open 2 hours before kick off unless otherwise stated.

For 2019, unlimited children (U-16) are admitted for FREE with an accompanying adult. This is to provide a cost effective solution for families and groups/teams/clubs/friends to see the Raiders in action.


Disabled Supporter Information

Tickets: Disabled supporters can purchase tickets on arrival.

Accessible parking: 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.

Accessible seating: 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.

Ambulant seating: Available as required whenever possible.

Refreshments: The area in which the kiosk is located is not wheelchair friendly but a steward will assist if required.

Accessible toilets: Located near to the accessible seating area.

Hospitality: Unfortunately the hospitality areas are not accessible to wheelchair users.

Additional Services: Unfortunately we are unable to offer an induction loop service or audio commentary. Barrow Raiders welcome assistance dogs and have dedicated stewards who work in the disabled area each week.