Photo: Bill Guiller
LARNE Football Club is delighted to announce that a deal has been agreed with Dream Spanish Homes, who will take control of the naming rights for The Agnew Lounge at Inver Park throughout the duration of the 2020/21 season.
The Agnew Lounge, which will now be formally known as The Dream Spanish Homes Agnew Lounge, was opened on 17th October 2018 when Tiernan Lynch’s side took on Rangers XI at Inver Park and is used by our VIP members and for corporate dinners on matchdays.
The Murcia based property company are the first to sponsor The Lounge, in what is another major commercial development at Inver Park.
Their Managing Director, Gerry Flynn (pictured above with General Manager Niall Curneen) said: “We are delighted to be sponsoring The Dream Spanish Homes Agnew Lounge at Inver Park this season. Dream Spanish Homes, like Larne are very much a family run organisation with the heart of our community at everything we do.
“We are on similar trajectories in that we are both growing, reaching a wider audience, and striving to be number one in our respective fields of play (pardon the pun!)
“As a result of our recent venture into Solar Energy through NextGen, I will be home in Belfast much more in the coming months and years. As an active advocate of the Irish League I aim to get to as many games as possible and will be delighted to take my seat in The Dream Spanish Homes Agnew Lounge sometimes very soon, God willing.
“We are looking forward to fruitful relationship with Larne both on and off the field. Thank you from the only agent who gives you more!
Chairman Gareth Clements is delighted to welcome Dream Spanish Homes on board.
He added: “I would like to welcome Irish League legend Gerry Flynn and one of his portfolio of companies, Dream Spanish Homes to the Larne family as sponsor of The Agnew Lounge.
“It is fantastic to officially unveil The Dream Spanish Homes Agnew Lounge, and it will be great to get it opened again with VIP members in it, upon the lifting of current COVID-19 restrictions, whenever that may be.
“Gerry, as many of us know, is a real character, famed for his footballing stories. These became the stuff of legend on social media, during our first prolonged period of lockdown earlier in the year and they indeed helped many a person through many a dark day.
“It was great to have Gerry at the Cliftonville game at Inver Park recently and I know he won’t be a stranger to us this season, as his business interests have diversified, which will see him split his time between Belfast and Murcia. We wish Gerry continued success and appreciate his support.”