EASTLEIGH are lining up another free entry game, hoping a packed house will help roar them towards the finish line in the Vanarama National League play-off chase.

For the home showdown against Barrow AFC on Tuesday week (April 12, 7.45pm), everyone will get in FREE of charge.

It’s yet another example of how chairman Stewart Donald is delivering on his promise to make football affordable for all at the Silverlake.

Earlier in the season, the Spitfires drew in a bumper Tuesday night crowd of 2,884 for their free entry game against Forest Green Rovers and they are aiming to break the 3,000 mark this time round.

Donald said: “We would love to try and get a record league midweek attendance.

“I feel confident that if we have something to play for and with the game under lights, it could be a super opportunity and great atmosphere for us to show off the club to some potential new fans.”

Tickets can be obtained in advance from the Silverlake Stadium or fans can simply turn up at the turnstiles on the evening of the match. The club will not be reserving tickets for collection on this occasion.

Any youth teams or community groups wishing to be part of the big night, as either ball boys/girls or guards of honour, should get in contact with the Spitfires.

The club are looking for between 15 and 20 children, aged eight or over, to carry out these duties. Contact Eastleigh FC on 023 8061 3361.