THE Invermen return to action this Saturday, travelling to The Showgrounds to take on high-flying Coleraine in the Danske Bank Premiership. Below is all the information that our supporters need to ensure an enjoyable and safe trip to The Bannsiders.
There are no tickets required to be purchased in advance of travelling to the game on Saturday. Tickets can only be purchased at the stadium, with prices set at £12 for adults and £8 for concessions as normal.
The Inver Red & Whites’ are running two buses to Saturday’s game, both leaving Inver Park at 1.15pm. To book travel with them, contact their page on Facebook or Twitter.
Bodgea Reds are running one bus to the game, departing Q-Club Larne at 1.15pm. Spaces are still available for anyone wishing to travel and those interested should contact Gary Peoples to confirm their place.
Larne NISC’s bus will leave Larne Rangers Club at 1pm, with a pick up at Larne Football Social Club before departing the town. To book on, contact Derek McWhirter or Michael McCowan ASAP.
All supporters coaches are requested to enter the Showgrounds via the entrance off Hillmans Way.
Supporters who are travelling to the game by car meanwhile, are asked to enter the Showground via the first Blue gate as you approach the ground from the Ballycastle end of Coleraine Showgrounds. There can be no access to cars after 2.30pm.
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Our Social Club at Inver Park will be open from 12pm until late for supporters before and after the game, serving alcoholic and soft drinks, as well as tea and coffee. Promotions for the day include 4 bottles of beer for £10 and Gordon’s and Lemonade with Berries and Honeycomb for £4. Live football will be shown throughout the day, including Sheffield United vs Liverpool at 12.30pm, and Everton vs Manchester City at 5.30pm.
Our Club Shop will be open from 12.30pm before supporters leave for the game. You can pick up your matchday merchandise, including match scarves, our Nike range and our new casual wear range containing our club badge on your everyday outfits.
Four points separate ourselves and Oran Kearney’s side after 8 games played in the league. With our electrifying Irish Cup tie still fresh in the memory of both sets of supporters, Saturday’s game is certain to be a competitive encounter. We look forward to seeing our supporters travel in great numbers as always, with a vocal support needed as the player’s continue to take on new challenges in their Danske Bank Premiership return.