It’s back to Inver Park on Friday evening for Larne, as Tiernan Lynch’s side welcome Dungannon Swifts to Inver Park, at 7.45pm. Check out our Landmark Match Guide for all you need to know.
Tickets and entry
Tickets for all supporters are on sale HERE. Tickets are priced at £12 for adults. £8 for concessions and just £2 for Primary School-aged children accompanied by an adult.
Tickets are available for all three areas of the stadium and supporters are strongly advised to purchase online to avoid queues at the turnstiles.
Supporters are also reminded there will be time to make it to Inver in time for kick-off, after the Christmas Lights switch-on in the town centre. There will be some road closures in place and you can plan ahead by reading our article HERE.
1889 Sports & Social Club
There will be plenty of Matchday offers for supporters at the 1889, with doors open from 5pm.
For The Town Appeal
There will be an opportunity to donate towards the work of our ‘For the Town Christmas Appeal 2022’ at Friday’s match. This year’s appeal sees donations of non-perishable food and essentials, and cash for fresh produce, taking place at three key NIFL Premiership home matches in the run up to the big day. Simply look out for our volunteers on arrival outside the 1889 Sports & Social Club.
For more information on the appeal, please see HERE.
We are delighted to say our new range of our blue shirts, from our 2022/23 3rd kit, will be on sale from the Club Shop. We also have our new home shirts as well as Nike training wear on sale, with the doors opening at 6.45pm.
The club’s new grey bobble hats are also in stock, a must for the winter weather!
The Inver Read
You will be able to get your hand on the new November edition of the Inver Read, our brand-new monthly magazine, at Saturday’s match.
We have a jam-packed edition, including interviews with Lee Bonis, Tomas Cosgrove and Dylan Sloan. This month’s player poster is of Fuad Sule. Priced at just £3.50, you can pick up yours from the Club Shop and Tea & Coffee Kiosk.
It’s just 10 days since Dungannon last visited Inver Park, for a re-arranged league encounter. Since then, they put in a promising display at home to Cliftonville, before eventually going down 2-0 to Cliftonville.
The defeat to Cliftonville saw the return from injury of former Glentoran and Glenavon Caolan Marron. Swifts’ boss Dean Shiels still has a number of players on the treatment table, however.
The Inver Reds
Larne come into this one three points clear at the top of the Premiership standing, albeit having played one game more than Glentoran, who are in second.
Tuesday saw Larne booked their place in a third consecutive County Antrim Shield final. Tiernan Lynch made 10 changes for the semi-final win over Dundela, with a number of players seizing their opportunity to impress.