The Invermen are back on home soil once again this Tuesday evening, welcoming Mick McDermott’s Glentoran in a 7:45pm kick off at Inver Park.
Tickets and Entry
We finally get the chance to welcome our supporters back through the gates of Inver Park after the recent relaxation of Covid-19 restrictions. We will be operating under a reduced capacity as per current restrictions and, as such, tickets have SOLD OUT.
All three sections of the ground will be open to home spectators, with no away fans in attendance due to current capacity restrictions. We ask all supporters attending Inver Park to arrive in good time and to follow the instructions of stewards as we continue to manage Covid-19 restrictions under a reduced capacity.
Watch from Home
We will be providing the livestream for Saturday’s game which can be purchased for just £7.50 via the following link: https://www.247.tv/gaa/niprem/video/1177643-larne-v-glentoran-tuesday-25th-may-2021-7-45pm
Joel Neill will be on commentary duties for the match, and he will be joined on co-commentary by Larne legend John McKinstry.
1889 Sports and Social Club
The 1889 Sports and Social Club opens its doors from 5pm tomorrow and supporters can come down to make full use of our fantastic offer of four bottles of selected beer and cider for just £10!
The Tuk Tuk’s will also be serving drinks in the fanzone area whilst supporters can order drinks straight from their phone and collect them quicker through the use of the B Express app!
Another 36-page edition of our Matchday Programme will be available for just £3 upon entry to Inver Park on Tuesday night. This will cover Friday’s Irish Cup final in detail, including an interview with Albert Watson and much more.
The Glens are without a win in their last three Danske Bank Premiership. A win against the Invermen on Tuesday evening will ensure they secure an automatic European spot after Linfield won the Irish Cup last Friday.
The Inver Reds
The Invermen hope to continue their fine run of form in the Danske Bank Premiership and make it a fourth win out of four post-split games. A win on Tuesday will put the race for a European spot in our own hands with Coleraine still to come to Inver Park on Saturday. Conor Devlin will remain absent from the team sheet due to injury.
Last Time Out
Glentoran collected all three points the last time these two sides met back in April. Rhys Marshall put the Glens in front early in the first half before two quickfire goals from Mark Randall and Tomas Cosgrove turned the game on its head, as the teams went in at half time. The pressure mounted on the Reds in the second half and in the 71st minute, Jay Donnelly secured the equaliser for Glentoran before an unfortunate own goal from Fuad Sule handed the East Belfast side the points.