Larne Football Club is at the start of a very exciting chapter in its history. Larne FC will aspire to have first-class facilities at Inver Park that the whole community can take full advantage of.

The ground is owned by the charity and all the profits the stadium makes will be used in the local community. The limited company will reinvest all profits in to the development of the football club and youth for the future.

We intend to be a football club that is a community hub, serving all the people of Larne and that will eventually become the heart of the town.

The Future

This plan is designed to show our future vision and how we are going to gain the necessary income to ensure the long term financial sustainability of the football club.

The key to success for Larne Football Club is our ability to market ourselves effectively, creating an unmatched ‘inclusive’ atmosphere where people like to be, and hiring or obtaining volunteers that are qualified, certified and knowledgeable, to aid in the running of our club.

The running of a football club takes substantial investment in time and money, so to rely on income generated from match day alone is not a sustainable model. Our aim is for Larne Football Club to become the heart of our community 365 days a year, generating income through renting commercial space to non-football related companies, education centres, café, gym, soft play areas and of course our new 3G pitch which will be available for all.

This new income stream will be adding to the football revenue such as advertising and sponsorship, corporate hospitality, season ticket sales, food, bar and merchandise sales and will help enable us to secure the financial future of Larne Football Club.

The journey has only just begun but we intend to make this experience more advanced than anything seen before in domestic football in Northern Ireland and it will have a lasting impact on the local community. We are committed to offering a first-class experience for every fan, delivering sporting success and long term commercial sustainability.

News

8th April 2020

Why I love Larne Football Club: Gareth Clements

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7th April 2020

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5th April 2020

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Video

4th April 2020

Player’s Perspective Ep. 3 | A day in the life of Andrew Mitchell

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4th April 2020

Player’s Perspective Ep. 4 | Self Isolation Workout w/ Lee Lynch

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4th April 2020

Interview | Tiernan Lynch on football suspension | Tuesday 31st March 2020

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29th March 2020

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