Landmark Match Guide: Cliftonville vs Larne

Apr 2, 2024 | All News, First Team, Match Guide

After Saturday’s Irish Cup exit, the Invermen turn their attention back to the Sports Direct Premiership with a huge clash against Cliftonville at Solitude.

The game is set to begin at 7.45pm and supporters are encouraged to read the below Match Guide before making the trip to Belfast.


Tickets for tonight’s game remain available and you can purchase yours now by clicking here.

Prices are set at £13 for adults and £9 for concessions. Please note that in order to purchase tickets, you must create an account on Cliftonville’s website.


All three supporters clubs are running buses to tonight’s game at Solitude.

Larne NISC still have limited seats remaining on their second bus which will leave Larne Rangers Club at 6.30pm. To book, contact Michael McCowan or Derek McWhirter.

Inver Red & Whites also have limited spaces remaining on their bus, leaving 1889 Sports and Social Club at 6.45pm. To book a space, please contact Mark Buchanan or get in touch on their Facebook page.

Larne FC Reds have seats available on their bus to Solitude tonight due to a bus upgrade. The bus will leave 1889 Sports and Social Club at 6.30pm, with prices set at just £5 per person. To book, please contact Jenny Harvey on 07734026666.

The club are also running a free bus to tonight’s game which will leave Inver Park at 6.45pm. Spaces are limited and you can book yours now by clicking here.


The 1889 Sports & Social Club at Inver Park will be open from 5pm ahead of the buses leaving for tonight’s game.

Why not call in and enjoy a pre-match drink or two before heading up the road to Solitude.


After Saturday’s disappointment in the Irish Cup to tonight’s opponents, Tiernan Lynch’s side will be looking to bounce back at Solitude as they continue the defence of the Gibson Cup. The Invermen are two points clear at the top of the table ahead of tonight’s final pre-split game.

Micheal Glynn and Joe Thomson made their return to action in Saturday’s defeat after recent injuries, while Sean Graham will be available for selection after serving his suspension. Levi Ives, who was stretchered off in Saturday’s game, is expected to miss out.

Cliftonville will come into tonight’s game in high spirits after reaching the Irish Cup final on Saturday at Larne’s expense. Jim Magilton’s men currently sit 3rd in the table, seven points behind Larne, and will be looking to cut that gap this evening ahead of the split starting on Saturday afternoon.

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