[failed verification], Barrow's colours are blue and white. They returned to the Football League as National League champions in 2020. Those ads you do see are predominantly from local businesses promoting local services.  A few years later, it was followed by a third-round tie in the 1958–59 competition against Football League champions Wolverhampton Wanderers at Holker Street.  On 24 October 2018, Casson announced that he was stepping down as chairman and selling the club; director Paul Hornby would take over as interim chairman. Barrow's team affairs were shifted to players Paul Jones, David Bayliss and Darren Sheridan. After a number of near-misses, the club was promoted back to the renamed Vauxhall Conference in 1988–89 after their Northern Premier League championship. Former Forest Green Rovers boss Ady Pennock was appointed manager on 27 October, accompanied by assistant manager Jamie Day and player-coach Grant Holt. The club participates in EFL League Two, the fourth tier of the English league system. Loving wife to…. Data returned from the Piano 'meterActive/meterExpired' callback event. In 2003, the Football Association allowed Barrow's "football membership" to be transferred to the new company.. Barrow AFC, Barrow in Furness.  Other notable members of the squad included Kenny Lowe, who was sold to Barnet for £40,000 (a club record at the time) after the final. Barrow reached the first round of the FA Cup the following season, losing 3–1 to Rotherham United. The ground was gradually developed, so by the resumption of football after World War Two it had four fully-covered, terraced stands. The 2019-20 Barrow home shirt has a white base colour with a unique blue gradient pattern coming in from the Claude’s of the jersey … Dearly loved husband of…, CRAIG Daniel Suddenly in Furness General Hospital aged 76 years. , After two years as manager, Wilson was dismissed on 12 November 2007. A kit with blue shirts and white shorts was in use by 1912, although Barrow's original colours were black-and-white stripes. The club defeated local rivals Workington in a two-legged April 2004 final in the UniBond Presidents (League) Cup.  The club appointed former Mansfield and Torquay boss Paul Cox manager the following day. Eddie, aged 71 years, formerly of Clydebank, Scotland, passed away suddenly at his home in Barrow-in-Furness.  Barrow were 2014–15 Conference North champions, with a 2–3 win away at Lowestoft on the final day of the season.  They won the Northern Premier League title the following season under manager Vic Halom, but were relegated again by 1986. Welcome to Barrow AFC! The Brian Arrowsmith Stand is raised above the centre of the pitch, with flat standing on either side. Club News Win Will Kick-Start Our Season - Dunn 11 December 2020. They declined quickly, however, and at the end of the 1971–72 season Barrow were voted out of the Football League in the re-election process. Much loved husband of Ann, loving dad of Peter, treasured grandad of Patrick, son of the late…, MILLARD Sheila Margaret (nee Edmondson) Aged 72 years, passed away peacefully on the 8th December 2020 at Furness General Hospital.  Three factors were highlighted: Barrow's geographic isolation, Hereford United's FA Cup victory against Newcastle United, and the decision of the Barrow board to introduce a speedway track around the Holker Street pitch to offset financial difficulties. Constructed from a lightweight poly for ease of movement and mesh panel for a breathable … Wikimedia Commons has media related to Players of Barrow AFC. After their failure to gain promotion to the Conference in 2004–05, Barrow became founding members of another division: the Conference North, which replaced the Northern Premier League one level below the Conference National. Welcome to the official YouTube account of Sky Bet League Two side Barrow. Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules.  Although Barrow's away colours have varied, the team wore a yellow kit with blue trim for the 2010 FA Trophy final.  Its record attendance was in 1954, when 16,784 fans watched an FA Cup third-round tie against Swansea Town.  More than 7,000 Barrow fans travelled to Riverside Stadium in Middlesbrough, the highest away attendance in Riverside's 14-year history to date. BARROW AFC FOOTBALL SHIRT Home 2019 Jersey soccer JERSEY Official Any questions: GET IN TOUCH We sell original, Official, licenced sports & fashion wear and are UK based … Manager Lee Turnbull, who succeeded Lowe when Lowe had work commitments, was sacked in 2005 and replaced by Phil Wilson. The…, FAGAN Maureen Peacefully on 7th December in Abbey Meadow Nursing Home, aged 75 years. The following season, Barrow were relegated from the Conference National after losing 2–1 at Cambridge United on 13 April 2013. Barrow AFC latest news headlines and info from the UK's only non-profit part EU funded football directory, Gladiator Football. David Dunn has admitted he is spending every waking moment entirely focused on guiding his Barrow side back to winning ways as … The incident was missed by the referee but was caught by the Match of the Day cameras, and Cotterill was the only English player in recent history to be jailed for an offence on the pitch. , Wilkie was forced to step down during the 1991–92 season due to health problems. Walsall 2, Bolton 1. This website and associated newspapers adhere to the Independent Press Standards Organisation's Editors' Code of Practice. This is a category for Barrow A.F.C., players past and present, for whom there are articles.  Vaughan invested in the club, building an all-seater grandstand and signing conference-standard players.  For the 2001–02 season, Barrow played in black-and-white stripes to celebrate the club's centennial.  Wilkie died in December 1992 at age 56, and the road outside the Holker Street ground was later named Wilkie Road in his honour. , In November 2015, Barrow parted company with manager Darren Edmondson after a poor run left them mid-table and a 1–0 loss to AFC Fylde knocked them out of the FA Cup. 10K likes. As of June 2018. Beloved wife of the late Bill, much loved mam, nan, great-nan and…, HUTCHINSON William (Bill) Aged 81 years, of North Lonsdale Road, Ulverston.