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Ticketing & entry information: Larne v St Joseph’s

Ahead of tonight’s blockbuster UEFA Europa Conference League second leg against St. Joseph’s at Inver Park, supporters are asked to read the below information on ticketing, streaming and entry for the 7.45pm kick-off.

TICKETING

Match tickets have continued to sell well this week, and we look forward to welcoming a large home support to Inver Park, who will no doubt get behind Tiernan Lynch’s side from the first minute. For those yet to purchase their ticket, you can still do so online at larnefc.com/tickets.

A very limited number of hard copy tickets will be available to purchase using cash/card from 6.45pm in the Club Shop at Inver Park, however we recommend that supporters buy online where possible to assist in the smooth running of our matchday operation.

STREAMING

For those unable to attend Inver Park and give their vocal backing to the team, a match stream will be made available costing £7. The stream can be purchased at 247.tv/niprem, with James Cooper and Joel Neill on commentary from 7.45pm.

STADIUM ENTRY

Inver Park can be accessed via both the Church Road and the Inver Road entrances this evening. The Church Road entrance can be used to gain access into the Club Sport NI Church End Stand and the P&O Ferries McKay Stand, while the Inver Road entrance can be used to gain access into the McKay Stand also, and the Landmark Underwriting Main Stand.

1889 Sports & Social Club will be open from 5pm pre-game alongside our outdoor fanzone, both of which can be accessed via the Inver Road entrance only in the lead up to kick-off.

 

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