The Invermen travel to Seaview on Saturday for the second time this season, drawing 2-2 after a late David Cushley equaliser for the Shore Road side. Below is all of the information which supporters require before making the trip to North Belfast on Saturday.
TICKETS AND ENTRY
Supporters can pay at the gate upon arrival at Seaview. Admission prices cost £12 for adults and £8 for concessions, and can also be purchased online here: https://crusadersfc.com/static_page/page/future_ticketing. Away supporters will occupy the South Stand, entering via turnstile 4.
Inver Red & Whites’ buses to this game are currently full. Keep an eye on their social media posts for any changes to this.
Larne NISC’s bus departs Larne Rangers SC at 1.45pm, with a pick-up at Larne Football Social Club before leaving the town. Travel fares cost £8/£4 for members and £10/£5 for non-members. To book your seat, contact our Supporters Liaison Officer, Richard Todd.
The Bodega Reds’ bus will leave Q-Club Larne at 1.45pm. Anyone wishing to travel on this bus should contact their official Facebook page. Fare prices for the journey is £8 for adult members and £10 for non-members.
1889 Sports & Social Club will be open from 12pm before the buses leave for Seaview. The club will be showing live Premier League football at 12.30pm and 5.30pm, followed by live music by the Hazbeanz from 9pm until late. This weekend’s offers include four bottles of select beer for £10, with Match Cards and Matchday Bingo available during the games.
Our club shop at Inver Park will be open from 12.30pm until 1.30pm on matchday. With the cold weather expected, this weekend is the perfect time to stock up on our winter merchandise range. In store we have new red and black snoods, bobble hats, stadium jackets and much more!
Crusaders come into the fixture in 4th place in the Danske Bank Premiership on 49 points, from 25 games played. The sides have played each other twice already this season, both games ending in a stalemate affair. Both teams come into this one in good form, with Tiernan Lynch’s men will be hoping to make it four victories in a row.