Landmark Match Guide: Coleraine vs Larne

Mar 9, 2024 | First Team, All News, Match Guide

The Inver Reds travel to the Coleraine Showgrounds this afternoon to take on Coleraine in the Sports Direct Premiership. Kick-off is at 3pm.

Below is all the information our travelling support needs to know before making their way to the game.



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

Admission prices have been set at £13 for adults and £9 for concessions.

Coleraine have asked that all away supporters enter the ground via the Hillman’s Way entrance for today’s game as shown on the map below. Parking is available at the Causeway Coast Vineyard.


All three supporters’ clubs are running buses to today’s game.

Inver Red and Whites bus for today’s game will leave Inver Park at 1pm sharp. Limited spaces are remaining on this bus and you can book your space by contacting Mark Buchanan or by getting in touch with their Facebook page.

Larne NISC’s bus will leave Larne Rangers Club at 1pm sharp, before picking up as normal on Station Road.  This bus is sold out.

The Larne FC Reds Supporters Club bus will leave Inver Park at 1pm. Limited spaces remain available and you can book yours now by contacting Jenny Harvey on 07734026666.

The club are also running their own supporters’ bus to today’s game. The bus will leave Inver Park at 1.30pm. Please note that this bus is now sold out.



For those wishing to enjoy a pre-match pint, 1889 Sports & Social Club will be open from 12pm today and will also be open for buses returning from the game.

Enjoy live Premier League action on the screens before the buses leave as Manchester United take on Everton in the 12.30pm kick-off.



Coleraine come into today’s game after back-to-back wins in the Sports Direct Premiership over Newry City and Linfield.

The Bannsiders are looking to confirm 6th spot in the standings ahead of the split and will be determined to pick up all three points today to stay ahead of Carrick Rangers and Loughgall in that race.

Matthew Shevlin has scored in his last two games and the Invermen will need to be wary of the threat that the Coleraine attack carries with Conor McKendry and Jamie McGonigle also finding the back of the net in recent weeks.



The Invermen are in fine form at the moment, unbeaten in the league since September and sitting top of the Sports Direct Premiership standings.

Tiernan Lynch’s side are yet to concede a goal in league action during 2024 and know that all three points this afternoon would give them a four point lead at the top of the table.

The two sides last met at Inver Park back in November where goals from Joe Thomson and Leroy Millar secured a 2-0 victory for the Inver Reds.



After tomorrow’s game, Tiernan Lynch’s men are back in action on Saturday 16th March as they welcome Glenavon to Inver Park.

After that, the Invermen have a break until a huge Irish Cup semi-final against Cliftonville at Windsor Park on Saturday 30th March.

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