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County Antrim Shield final ticket details confirmed

Ticket details for next month’s County Antrim Shield Final against Glentoran have now been confirmed.

Both clubs have been allocated a total of 200 tickets each, for the game which takes place at Seaview on Wednesday 2nd December, at 7.45pm.

Larne supporters will be situated in both the South (Shore Road end) and FonaCab stands.

Tickets will be priced at £12 for Adults, £8 for Concessions and will be on sale on the following basis:

  • VIP members will be given a priority sale period and entitled to one per card holder.
  • Season Ticket holders will be entered into a draw for the remaining tickets, again on the basis of one per card holder.

Chairman Gareth Clements said: “We would desperately love to have more Larne fans in the ground for our first senior final in 15 years. With the limited number of tickets available we know there will be thousands of disappointed fans at both clubs.

“However, we have to distribute the tickets we have been given in the fairest way possible and we feel allowing VIP members the first option to buy and a ballot for our Season Ticket holders is the way for us to do this.

“Kenny Bruce and our board of directors have also taken the decision to make sure every ticket we have been allocated will be on sale to our supporters, so each of the 200 tickets will be in the hands of our loyal fans.”

Dates of ticket sales and the ballot will be issued in the coming days, with a stream available to purchase for those who unable to be at Seaview on the evening.


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