Champions Community Day Guide

May 5, 2023 | All News, Community

We are looking forward to welcoming everyone to Inver Park this Sunday (7th May) for our Community Day to celebrate what has been a historic season for the club.

General Information

The event, which is free to enter, will have something for every supporter to enjoy. Starting at 1pm through until 6pm in the evening, our younger supporters will be able to enjoy the number of inflatables on offer including the assault course, bouncy castles and the penalty shoot-out.

The Gibson Cup will be in attendance and supporters will have the opportunity to get their photo taken with the trophy. Hot food and refreshments will also be available to purchase throughout the day.

1889 Sports & Social Club

1889 will be open for the duration of the event providing refreshments for supporters. There will be live music throughout the full day with DJ Derek Reid along with acoustic singer, Willy Magill.

The Irish Cup Final between Crusaders and Ballymena United will be shown live on the TV’s within the bar.

Club Shop and Season Tickets

The Club Shop will be open for the duration of the event, with our champions merchandise available for supporters to purchase. This range will include t-shirts, scarves, glassware, mugs, keyrings and coasters alongside other additional merchandise.

Supporters who are looking to renew or purchase a Season Ticket for the 2023/24 campaign will be able to do so at the event within the Club Shop.

Around Inver Park, supporters will see Season Ticket posters with QR codes available to scan, allowing them to renew or purchase their Season Tickets on their device. For those looking more information regarding Season Tickets for the 2023/24 campaign, leaflets will be available on the day.


Due to the activities on offer and the limited space available, the car park at Inver Park will not be open for those attending the event.

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