AS the continent gears up for the annual Eurovision Song Contest, Barry Town United supporters will hope to be singing this Saturday night as well, the Jenner Park side aiming to move one step closer to its own European stage.

Should Barry be able to overcome Cardiff Met in Saturday's 5.15pm play-off semi-final, then a final showdown with Cefn Druids would await eight days later, the winners of which would represent Wales in next season's UEFA Europa League qualifying rounds.

Met, who came within a win of Europe themselves a year ago, will host the one-off semi-final and may fancy their chances after beating Barry 3-0 in Cyncoed earlier this season.

Nevertheless, the Town come into the play-offs unbeaten in ten and have strengthened since defeating the Archers 1-0 at Jenner Park on Boxing Day.

With a large crowd anticipated for Saturday's match in Cardiff, supporters have been encouraged to arrive early; many had been stuck outside after the team's previous Cyncoed clash on New Year's Eve had already commenced.

Saturday's play-off is a 5.15pm kick-off for live television coverage, with the action airing on S4C and various digital platforms.

Limited return travel may still be available at £5 per head from the Jenner Park clubhouse, while the club has also announced it will be purchasing admission for 50 of its junior players in the 10-16 age group.

Children below 10 will be admitted free of charge, as fans and friends of the club prepare to support the squad in their numbers at Cyncoed Campus.