Barrow will have some extra youthful vocals backing them in Saturday’s home clash with Crawley Town on Saturday.
The Bluebirds have joined with the Community Trust to give away tickets to local schoolchildren.
Almost 1,600 tickets have been snapped up using the scheme after members of Community Trust delivered them to primary schools in the area.
A free adult ticket for every ten children’s tickets taken up is on offer so that teachers and parents are also accommodated.
Alisha Henry has just taken on the role of Operations Manager and admitted the take-up has been better than the club could ever have hoped.
She said: “We want to encourage more young supporters to come and watch the team in action and it’s been fantastic to be able to work so closely with the Community Trust to help facilitate this.
“Hopefully this Saturday will not only see a bumper support getting behind Mark Cooper’s side but also lay the foundations for many of these youngsters to catch the Bluebirds bug and want to come back and support us on a regular basis.”
Community Trust Manager, Craig Rutherford added: “It’s a great initiative and hopefully the people who come along will have a great time and want to come back again to keep supporting the team.
“It’s great to see the club continuing the work within the local community, whether that be through the Community Trust or by us supporting initiatives like these.”
The club will be putting on happy meals in the Fan Zone for youngsters at the game to enjoy.