A huge game in this season’s title race takes place at Inver Park on Saturday as the top two go head-to-head, with the arrival of Cliftonville. Kick-off for this one is 3pm, with all you need to know below ahead of travelling to the game.
TICKETS AND TRAVEL
Tickets are on sale HERE. Cliftonville have sold out their allocation, as has the Church End for home fans with only limited availability remaining across the terrace and Landmark Man Stand. Tickets are priced at £12 for adults and £8 for concessions and just £2 for those under 11 with an adult.
The Golden Ticket initiative, which allows Season Ticket holders to bring someone with them for free is also running. Simply enter LFCGOLDEN and the price will be deducted in the checkout.
1889 SPORTS & SOCIAL CLUB
The 1889 will be open from 12noon for all supporters who want to call in before the match. Live games will be on show throughout the day, starting with Aston Villa v Arsenal, with Happy Hour running from 12noon to 1pm.
There will also be post-match entertainment provided by Alibi.
CLUB SHOP & MAGAZINE
Our Club Shop will be open from 2pm, with a full range of 1889 and Nike Merchandise on offer, as well as various other Larne-branded items. Be sure to call in and get something ahead of the big game or on your way home.
Our February edition of the Inver Read, our monthly magazine, will also be on sale from the Club Shop and Tea & Coffee Kiosk priced at just £3.50 packed with news, features and interviews.
THE INVER REDS
Larne have recorded back-to-back 3-0 victories in their last two outings, which have been enough to see them return to the summit of the Premiership table. The goals in those two games have also been spread out among five different goalscorers.
Tiernan Lynch’s men have 11 games remaining in their Premiership campaign, starting with the visit of the North Belfast Reds.
Cliftonville are second in the table, behind Larne on Goal Difference, having played one game more. They also come into this one on the back of a 3-0 victory, over Portadown at Solitude on Tuesday evening.
The sides have faced each other twice so far this season, with a home win apiece. Paddy McLaughlin’s men arrive at Inver with former Larne man Ronan Hale leading their goalscoring charts for the season so far.