Portsmouth Football Club intend to apply for the League One home fixture against Wigan on Saturday, September 26 (3pm kick-off) to serve as a test event for hopefully allowing fans back into the ground during October.
If successful, this will mean that up to 1,000 Pompey supporters can attend Fratton Park to watch the fixture.
A limited number of places will be allocated via a ballot, which will be open to flexi-season ticket holders only.
As this is just a test event, it will run separate to the previously announced grouping process for allocating games.
Successful applicants will be contacted and given the option to purchase tickets next week – if and when the application to host a test event is approved.
The Fratton End, North Stand and Milton End will be open and supporters must apply for the ballot in the bubble they wish to attend the game in.
Physical tickets will not be available, with mobile or print at home tickets the only method of delivery.
Supporters attending the match must agree to a new spectators’ code of conduct, which will be released shortly.
The ballot is open here from now until 11.59pm on Sunday, September 20. Successful applicants will be contacted once the club have received approval to host the test event. Click here for detailed instructions on how to apply.