The Inver Women are back on home turf on Friday evening, welcoming their Linfield counterparts to Inver Park. Kick-off in the Sports Direct Premiership clash is at 7.45pm and you can find out all you need to know in our Match Guide below.
TICKETS AND ENTRY
Admission for this game is priced at £3 for Adults and just £1 for Concessions – this can be paid by card or cash. Children upto the age of 12 will receive free entry. Good news for Academy players is that they also be given free entry, if they come in their training kit.
Turnstiles will be open from 7pm and all supporters should enter via Inver Road. Car parking will be limited on the night.
The Kiosk in the forecourt will be open from 6.30pm for tea/coffee/snacks, while Lenny the Lion will be also be around the stadium for pre-match photographs.
The 1889 club will be available for supporters on the night.
Our mascots for this one will be pupils from Moyle Primary School.
THE INVER WOMEN
There was a spirited performance from the Inver Reds in last week’s defeat to Crusaders, as they continue through their tough run of fixtures which has included the four clubs from the capital city in the form of Glentoran, Cliftonville and the Crues with Friday’s game against Linfield to come.
It has been a steep learning curve for Donald Malomo-Paris’ side as they to put their first point of the season on the board.
Linfield come into this game in third place in the early standings, having won four and lost of their first five outings this term.
The Blues have found their shooting boots so far this term, averaging five goals per game. In fact, Phil Lewis’ side have amassed 15 goals in their last two outings alone, in comprehensive victories against Derry City Women and Mid Ulster Ladies.