Darlington supporters this week have an opportunity to see the team in action for the first time since March.
They have arranged a friendly at Scarborough Athletic on Saturday (1pm), and a small number of tickets will be sold to The Quakers fans.
There are 239 tickets available, 200 standing and 39 seated.
It is all-ticket, there will be no cash turnstiles admission on the day, and they are £10 for adults, £6 concessions (over 65s, armed forces personnel, £3 youth 12-17 years old. £2 accompanied under 11s.
They will be sold at My Sportswear in Morton Park on Wednesday from 9am.
Quakers fans have not seen their team play since the league match with Farsley Celtic in March, the final match before season 2019-20 was suspended due to coronavirus.
The team have played twice this summer, though their pre-season friendlies against Fleetwood Tow and Middlesbrough under-23s have each been behind closed doors and both were defeats, 4-0 and 4-2 respectively.
This summer The Quakers have signed four players – Tony McMahon, Nicky Hunt, Luke Charman and Dan Maguire – while a couple of trialists have also been involved too.
Manager Alun Armstrong has been casting an eye over former Barrow goalkeeper Johnny Saltmer.
Scarborough now play at the Flamingo Land Stadium in Ashburn Road, a venue which was completed in August 2019.
The match will kick off at 1pm. There are 200 free parking spaces at the ground, which is in the Scarborough Sports Village, Ashburn Road, YO11 2JW. There will be a separate entrance for Darlington fans, next to the swimming pool.