After a successful midweek trip to Warrenpoint, we are back at Inver Park on Saturday under the lights as Tiernan Lynch’s men take on Portadown in the Danske Bank Premiership with a 5.30pm kick-off. Below is all you need to know ahead of your visit to the stadium.
Tickets & Entry
Tickets are now on General Sale for this game, price at £12 for adults, £8 for concessions and £1 for Primary School-aged children accompanied by an adult.
You can purchase yours here: https://www.larnefc.com/tickets/
There will also be a cash gate in operation at the match. Turnstiles open from 6.45pm.
1889 Sports and Social Club
Call into the 1889 this Saturday with our Happy Hour running from 3pm-5:30pm, ahead of kick-off. Check out their facebook page for the latest offers HERE. You’ll also be able to see all live football on the screens with results coming in ahead of kick-off for Larne v Portadown.
Tickets for next week’s Irish Cup game against Linfield are also being sold from the 1889.
The Club Shop at Inver Park will be open from 4.30pm, with a great range of stock of replica shirts, our brand new range of Nike merchandise and a variety of other Larne-branded goods. Those who have pre-ordered their programme will be able to pick it up at the Club Shop
This edition includes interviews with Lee Bonis, Conor Devlin and William Noble as Larne Ladies prepare for life in the Championship. The latest Academy Scout Report is on Northern Ireland under-17 midfielder Caolan Donnelly and we take a look at the opposition, alongside notes from Tiernan Lynch & Gareth Clements.
Priced at just £3, you can purchase yours at the kiosk outside the 1889. Card payments cane be used for the Match Programme.
The shirt Swap is back! For just £1, you could be in with the chance of winning Fuad Sule’s shirt. All proceeds will go to our Official Charity Brighter Futures to be re-invested back into the local community and create a Brighter Future for all.
Portadown arrive at Inver Park with new manager Paul Doolin in charge. Doolin, a former player at the club, was at Shamrock Park to see them lose late on to Crusaders and will be charged with ensuring the club maintain their Premiership status between now and the end of the campaign, with the side currently in relegation play-off place.
Both previous games against Portadown this season have been at Shamrock Park, with Larne running out 3-2 winners in September before drawing 1-1 two months later.
The Inver Reds
Larne ran out 3-0 winners away to Warrenpoint on Tuesday night, with Lee Bonis getting his first goal for the club. He is likely to come up against his former club on Saturday evening for the first time as Larne aim to build on the positive performance and result. Larne remain in fifth place in the Premiership standings, one point behind Crusaders who also have a game on hand on the Invermen.