This weekend Dewsbury Rams are taking on Barrow Raiders in the Betfred Championship.

Here is your away day guide for Barrow



Name- Craven Park

Address- Duke Street, Barrow-in-Furness, Cumbria, LA14 5UW.

Stadium capacity- 7.600
Opened- 1931
Telephone: 01229 830470
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Barrow’s ground was built for the purpose of Barrow RLFC to play in and 500 supporters helped to construct the stadium. The total cost of the work was £7.500 which was an astonishing amount in 1931. The stadium was named after Commander G. W. Craven, a local war hero, who had started the appeal fund with a donation of £500. The stadium capacity was upgraded in 2010 from 6.500 to 7.500.



Postcode for SatNavs is LA14 5UW

The ground is surrounded by houses but there is a large retail park behind one end of the ground with plenty of parking, although you should be weary of parking regulations.

The Amber Ribbon are taking a bus up to Barrow, for all the info click this link: //

Public Transport

Supporters can get various trains up to Barrow, however depending on which train you catch will mean changing trains a few times. The train station is a short walk tk the stadium.



There are a few recognisable pub chains near to the ground and also working men’s clubs.




Dewsbury 32, Barrow 12 (CSR4, 9/9/18)

Dewsbury 22, Barrow 20 (ChR20, 8/7/18)

Barrow 58, Dewsbury 32 (ChR5, 13/5/18)

Dewsbury 34, Barrow 14 (ChR21, 27/7/14)

Barrow 30, Dewsbury 42 (ChR11, 18/5/14)

Dewsbury 22, Barrow 12 (ChR16, 9/6/13)

Barrow 36, Dewsbury 22 (ChR6, 10/3/13)

Dewsbury 40, Barrow 34 (ChR18, 31/7/11)

Barrow 18, Dewsbury 14 (ChR10, 21/5/11)

Dewsbury 16, Barrow 12 (NRCR4, 27/2/11)