The Inver Reds are back in league action with an exciting top-of-the-table clash against David Healy’s Linfield in a 7.45pm kick off at Inver Park on Friday night.
Tickets and Entry
We are delighted to once again welcome fans back into Inver Park for Friday night’s important league fixture. 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
Friday night’s game will be the first of the season to be broadcast on live television. Coverage of the match will begin at 7.30pm on BBC2 Northern Ireland.
The club shop will be in operation in its new location in the run up to kick off on Friday. The shop is now located on the entrance to Inver Park. Drop in and browse our new Christmas stock, exclusive 1889 range, replica shirts and much more!
1889 Sports & Social Club
Unfortunately, due to current restrictions the 1889 club will have to remain closed on Friday as it is classified as a ‘Wet Bar’.
Another 36-page edition of our Matchday Programme will be available for just £3 upon entry to Inver Park on Friday night. This week’s edition will include exclusive interviews, including one with Lee Lynch, an ‘In the Kitbag’ with Andy Scott, stats and much more!
Brighter Futures Shirt Swap
John Herron’s shirt is up for grabs in this week’s Brighter Futures Shirt Swap! Tickets can be purchased for just £1 and the winner will be announced over the PA system at half time.
Linfield come into Friday night’s game on the back of an impressive 2-0 victory over Cliftonville last Saturday, with David Healy’s men one point behind Tiernan Lynch’s side in the current Danske Bank Premiership standings.
The Inver Reds
Larne will be aiming to continue their fine run of league form and make it five league wins on the bounce with a victory over Linfield on Friday night. Ben Tilney was back in training through the week and is likely to be available for selection whilst Conor McKendry continues to battle back from injury.
Photo: Bill Guiller