It’s set to be another historic night as the Inver Reds take to Inver Park for more European action. Tiernan Lynch’s men host AGF Aarhus in the UEFA Europa Conference League Second Qualifying Round, 1st leg with kick off at 7.30pm.
Tickets & Live Streaming
Tickets for the game have now SOLD OUT!
The match will be streamed on 247.tv for just £7 with Joel Neill joined on commentary by former Sky Sports News reporter James Cooper. You can purchase the stream at the following link – larnefc.com/watchlive
Entry & Parking
Home supporters will have access to the main stand and the McKay stand. The new Church End Stand will again be in operation and playing host to home supporters. All supporters MUST wear a face mask at all times within the stadium and adhere to the COVID-19 safety guidelines.
As per UEFA guidelines, no away supporters will be in attendance at this fixture.
Parking facilities will be available at Riverdale Car Park, Laharna Retail Park and First Larne Church, all of which are a short walk to Inver Park. No parking facilities will be available within the stadium itself.
1889 Sports and Social Club
The 1889 club will be open during the game. However, due to UEFA guidelines and strict rules regarding entry to the stadium, only those in possession of a match ticket will be permitted entry and this will be strictly managed by stewards.
Open from 5pm, Willy Magill will be taking to the East Coast Coatings stage from 6:30pm – 7:15pm and you can enjoy four bottles of selected beer and cider for just £10!
After the success of our first-ever European match programme last week, we are offering another 48-page special edition for the tie against AGF Aarhus. For just £4, you will get all of the reaction from the historic win over Bala Town in the last round, interviews with both Ronan Hale and Cian Bolger and much, much more! Make sure and get down early to secure your copy!
AGF Aarhus finished 4th in the Danish Superliga last season, having to go through the play-offs to secure their spot in the UEFA Europa Conference League. AGF Aarhus kicked off their new Danish Superliga campaign last Sunday, holding last year’s Champions Brondby to a 1-1 draw.
The Inver Reds
The Invermen will relish the challenge of coming up against AGF Aarhus after overcoming Bala Town in the First Qualifying Round with a 2-0 aggregate score. Both Ronan Hale and David McDaid have opened their accounts in the competition as the Inver Reds look to create another memorable and historic night at Inver Park.