Landmark Match Guide: Larne vs Newington

Mar 2, 2024 | Match Guide

The Invermen are in Clearer Water Irish Cup quarter-final action this afternoon as we welcome Newington to Inver Park.

Kick-off is 3pm and you can find out all of the key information below.


Tickets for today’s game still available to purchase online here.

Alternatively, a cash gate will be available at the stadium. Home supporters will be able pay at the turnstile of the Landmark Main Stand to gain entry to the match.

Away supporters will be situated in the P&O Ferries and Larne Port McKay Stand for the match. A cash gate will be available upon entry to the stand.


1889 Sports and Social Club will be open from 12pm for those wishing to enjoy a pre-match drink before the action begins out on the pitch. For those with tickets for the Church End, the bar beneath the stand will be running drinks promotions from 1pm until 3pm including 50% off all drinks.

After the match, Colin Graham will be taking to the stage for a live acoustic set from 5pm.


Supporters are to be aware that due to limited spaces, the car park within Inver Park will not be open to supporters attending the game.

For those driving to the game, parking facilities are available in nearby areas including First Larne Presbyterian Church, Laharna Retail Park and Riverdale, all of which are just a short walk to the stadium.

We would also like to remind supporters to be mindful and aware of residents who live just outside the stadium and to not block access to private properties when parking your car within this area.


In the main carpark before the game, there will be a number of activities set up for younger ones to enjoy from 1.45pm!

The inflatable penalty shoot-out challenge will be set up just outside the Club Superstore and there will also be a Teqball station for the younger (and older!) ones to enjoy before the game.


Tiernan Lynch’s side are enjoying a great run of form across all competitions and have scored nine goals in the Irish Cup across two rounds so far.

In the last round, the Inver Reds swept aside fellow Sports Direct Premiership side Glenavon 5-0 at Inver Park to set up today’s quarter-final clash.

Lee Bonis and Andy Ryan have been enjoying the competition so far with eight goals between them, a tally they will be hoping to add to this afternoon.


Newington come to Inver Park this afternoon aiming to complete an upset and reach the semi-final of the competition.

The Championship side added firepower to their ranks in the January transfer window in the form of on-loan Glentoran striker Rory Donnelly, and he has hit the ground running with five goals in his first five games.

In the last round, Newington overcame Sports Direct Premiership side Newry City with a 2-1 victory and come to Inver Park this afternoon on the back of a 1-0 victory over Ards in their last game on Tuesday night.

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