The Invermen return to Danske Bank Premiership action this weekend with Ballymena United the visitors at Inver Park on Saturday with a 3pm kick-off. Take a look at our Matchday Guide below for all the details you need to know before making your way to the game.
Tickets & Parking
Tickets are SOLD OUT for Saturday’s eagerly awaited clash, supporters who were unable to obtain a ticket will be able to access a stream with the information below.
Parking facilities will be available at Riverdale Car Park, Laharna Retail Park and First Larne Church (for a small charity donation), all of which are a short walk away from Inver Park.
We will, once again, be live streaming the game on Saturday afternoon and you can purchase the stream for £7.50 via the following link: https://www.247.tv/gaa/niprem/video/1170674-larne-v-ballymena-united-saturday-31st-oct-2020-15-00pm
Joel Neil will again be on commentary duty and he will be joined by former Larne and Ballymena defender Chris Ramsey. Our media team look after the matchday operation, however anyone who experiences any technical difficulties when purchasing or when watching the stream should contact firstname.lastname@example.org
This week’s edition of our Matchday Programme contains an in-depth interview with forward Davy McDaid, contributions from Tiernan Lynch and Gareth Clements as well as an academy update from Gary Haveron. These are priced at £3 and can be picked up upon entry to Inver Park or bought online at the club shop.
The Club Shop at Inver Park will be open on Matchday from 2pm. Drop in and check out some of our merchandise including our 2020/21 replica shirts and training wear alongside our exclusive 1889 range.
1889 Sports & Social Club
Due to the government Covid-19 guidance the 1889 club will remain closed on Saturday.
Ballymena United travel to Inver Park having made several additions to their squad during the summer including the arrival of former NI International forward Shay McCartan. Last season, the Inver Reds came out on top against David Jefferey’s side, winning two and losing one of the three fixtures between the sides.
The Inver Reds
Tiernan Lynch’s men head into Saturday’s game on a fine run of form, having won their opening four games of the season. Johnny McMurray and Conor McKendry continue to work their way towards fitness and, while Ben Tilney remains out, the rest of the squad are available for selection.