Carlisle United have confirmed that tickets have now sold out for tomorrow's home clash with Salford.

The Blues sold about 300 general sale tickets today for the game which will see the long-awaited return of supporters to Brunton Park.

Along with season-ticket holders, it means a 2,000 crowd will be at the League Two game.

That is the permitted limit in Tier 2 of the regional Covid-19 restrictions.

General sale tickets went on sale from 10am today, Carlisle having contacted their season-ticket holders ahead of that stage.

They were made available on a first-come, first served basis by telephone only.

The phone line for ticket sales is 0330 094 5930 (option 1).

United reported "extremely busy" phone lines this morning as fans faced a wait in their attempt to buy tickets, which were available in Zones 4 and 8 of the Pioneer Stand, and terracing tickets are available for the Paddock and Warwick Road End.

United say that every fan who either reserved or went through the refund process with their season ticket has been contacted, or a message has been left.

They add that any season-ticket holder who has not received their season card in the post by the normal time on Wednesday should contact the club.

United were only selling general sale tickets to fans who had bought tickets with the club before, with their names on their existing database.

A maximum of four tickets were available to be bought, United requiring full details for each person, including postcode.

The club were not selling tickets to anyone living in a Tier 3 area.

United have also made fans aware of some of the arrangements for attending the game.

There will be no car parking for fans at the ground, other than spaces reserved for blue badge holders or season-ticket car park holders.

There will be no catering inside the stadium, although United say the Lakeland Steaks concession will be operating in the west stand car park before the game and at half-time.

Fans can bring their own food and drink, as long as this does not include cans or glass bottles, or alcoholic drinks.

There will be extra portaloos in the west stand car park, while the Blues Store will be open until 7pm (kick-off time) on Wednesday.

United, meanwhile, say that any fans in the Paddock whose view is obscured by the extended, scaffolding dugouts – put in place at the start of the campaign to aid with social distancing among players and staff – should notify a steward in order to be moved to a suitable location.

Face coverings must be worn when moving around the stadium but fans can remove them when in their seats or terracing positions.

It will be only the second game at Brunton Park this season attended by supporters, after 1,000 watched the Southend game as part of a pilot scheme.

All other fixtures have been played behind closed doors due to coronavirus restrictions.