After 38 games of Premiership action, the European play-offs begin tonight as we welcome Coleraine to Inver Park for our semi-final encounter. Kick-off is at 7.45pm, with all the information needed below before making your way to the stadium.
Tickets are now on General Sale for this one, priced at £12 for adults and £8 for concessions. Tickets for Primary School-aged children, accompanied by an adult, cost just £2. As this is a split gate between the two clubs which means Season Tickets are NOT valid.
You can buy your ticket HERE. Tickets will also be on sale at the stadium ahead of kick-off.
Turnstiles will be open from 6.45pm.
1889 Sports and Social Club
The 1889 will be open from 5pm today, with special Matchday offers in place ahead of the game. Check out the 1889 facebook page for all the latest info HERE.
The Club Shop at Inver Park will be open from 6.45pm, with a great range of replica shirts, the new range of Nike merchandise and a variety of other Larne-branded goods. You can also grab yourself a bargain in our Spring Sale while stocks last.
This week’s edition includes a in-depth interview with Tomas Cosgrove. We also have regular contributions from Tiernan Lynch, chairman Gareth Clements and a review of Larne FC Women’s start to the season. Priced at just £3, you can purchase yours at the kiosk outside the 1889 using cash or card.
Instead of a Shirt Swap tonight, there will be Academy representatives collecting for our teams heading to tournaments this summer. Please give generously to support the future of our club.
Coleraine arrive at Inver having finished 6th in the final Danske Bank Premiership standings, one place behind the Invermen. Like Larne, Oran Kearney’s side qualified for European football last season, however they have endured difficult post-split form this year, winning one and losing four against fellow top six sides. In the meetings between the sides in the regular season, Coleraine won one, drew one and lost the remaining two games against Larne.
The Inver Reds
After a break of 10 days, the Invermen come into tonight’s semi-final clash in good form with two wins and three draws in their own post-split games. Tiernan Lynch’s side will be hoping to draw on the experience of last year’s play-off success as they qualified for European football for the first time in the club’s history. A place in Friday’s final is up for grabs, where the winner of the Glentoran v Glenavon will lie in wait.