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Linfield clash the first of three live TV games at Inver

History will be made at Inver Park on Monday 2nd September, when the Sky Sports cameras will broadcast their first game live from Inver Park.

David Healy’s Linfield will be the visitors, with the game having been moved from its original date of Saturday 31st August.

It is a mouthwatering encounter, with the reigning Danske Bank Premiership champions coming to town, with a 7.45pm kick-off.

The Linfield clash is just the first of three live games in as many months to be broadcast live from Inver Park, with the BBC cameras also returning.

This follows the dramatic Tennent’s Irish Cup quarter-final defeat to Coleraine (pictured).

Our game against Glentoran has been brought forward a day, to Friday 18th October (7.45pm), to allow it to be shown live on BBC2 Northern Ireland.

Less than a month later, we will be returning to the Sky Sports screens for the visit of Crusaders, with the game being moved to Monday 11th November, again with a 7.45pm.

Ticketing arrangements for these games will be announced in due course, but the best way to secure your place for these and every Danske Bank Premiership game this season is to buy your Season Ticket today.

Full details are available here:

A summary of our live televised games in the first part of the season, is as follows (all with a 7.45pm kick-off):

Larne v Linfield – Monday 2nd September

Larne v Glentoran – Friday 18th October

Larne v Crusaders – Monday 11th November.


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