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Match tickets now available to buy online

LARNE Football Club are excited to announce that the club are now in a position to offer supporters the chance to buy their match tickets online, with the help of Future Ticketing.

Supporters will be able to purchase their matchday tickets in advance of league and cup games, by following our unique link ( and downloading an e-ticket. The system, used by a number of clubs in both the Irish Premiership and League of Ireland, aims to reduce queues at our turnstiles and Ticket Kiosk, as well as further improve the matchday experience at Inver Park, something that the club has worked hard on over the summer months.

When purchasing online, supporters will receive an e-ticket via email. This e-ticket will then be scanned upon entry to the stadium, saving the need for physical tickets to be handed out on the day.

General Manager, Niall Curneen said: “We feel introducing this process will make things a lot more simple and reduce the time supporters need to queue up on matchdays.

“Being able to buy your ticket from the comfort of your own home is really straightforward and we’re delighted to be introducing this from the Glenavon game onwards.

“There have a number of improvements to our matchday experience at Inver Park, and we feel this is the latest one.”

Our revamped system will be up and running for the visit of Glenavon on Friday 4th October for both home and away supporters. Season Ticket holders WILL NOT be required to purchase an e-ticket for this game and will be able to scan their cards at the turnstile as normal. 

Purchase your tickets for Larne vs Glenavon here:

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