Maidstone United’s FA Cup first round match against Yeovil Town will be all-ticket.
The game, which takes place during the weekend of 6 to 8 November, will also be segregated.
Times of ticket sales will be announced once the Football Association confirm the date of tie. BBC Sport and BT Sport are considering which of the 40 ties to screen live or as part of an interactive Football Focus.
Yeovil have been offered 400 tickets. This will be made up of 86 seats and 314 standing tickets.
The building works at the north-east corner of the stadium currently limit capacity to 2,363. Contractors will be working around the clock for the next week to 10 days to complete the new turnstiles and stairwell. With those works completed, capacity will be just shy of 3,000.
Club chief executive Bill Williams said: “Our workload has just gone through the roof but it’s an extremely exciting time for everyone involved with the club.
“We began planning the match today and have the experience of last year’s replay against Stevenage to look back on.
“The big plus, if the contractors are able to complete the works, is that we will be able to sell up to 3,000 tickets. That will create an excellent atmosphere and a new attendance record here at the Gallagher Stadium.”
Concessions (65+/students with valid ID): £9.00
Youth (11 to 16 year olds): £5.00
Junior (Under 11): £1.00
Stand seat: plus £2.00 on the above prices.