After a spell of fixtures away from home, Larne return to Inver Park on Saturday for a big game under the lights against Coleraine.
Kick-off for this Danske Bank Premiership clash is 5.30pm and you can find out all you need to know in our Landmark Match Guide below, with plenty going on to make a day of it at Inver.
Tickets and entry
Tickets remain on sale for all fans HERE. Entry is priced at £12 for adults and £8 for concessions, with tickets also available for £2 for all Primary School-aged children accompanied by an adult.
Tickets are available for all three areas of the stadium and supporters are strongly advised to purchase online to avoid queues at the turnstiles.
1889 Sports & Social Club
With a late kick-off in store there will be plenty of Matchday offers for supporters at the 1889. Live football will be shown on the screens around the club, with a Happy Hour in place from 12.30pm to 2.15pm during the North London derby. Fans who want to make an evening of it can also stay on after the big match, with entertainment provided from 7.30pm.
We are delighted to say our new range of our blue shirts, from our 2022/23 3rd kit, will be on sale from the Club Shop for the first time on Saturday. We also have our new home shirts as well as Nike training wear on sale, with the doors opening at 4.30pm. We have a full range of adults and children’s sizes on offer, making a visit to the shop a must ahead of the big kick-off.
The Inver Read
You will be able to get your hand on the new October edition of the Inver Read, our brand-new monthly magazine, at Saturday’s match.
We have a jam-packed edition, including interviews with Shea Gordon, Graham Kelly and Shaun Want. Our player poster returns in the centre pages with a brand0-new style, which is always a popular feature. Priced at just £3.50, you can pick up yours from the Club Shop and Tea & Coffee Kiosk.
Coleraine arrive at Inver Park with three familiar faces facing their former club, in the form of Conor McKendry, Dean Jarvis and Lee Lynch. Oran Kearney’s men have enjoyed a promising start to the season, having taken 15 points from their opening seven games. It leaves the Bannsiders one point ahead of Larne in 3rd place, although they have played one game more.
Kearney’s men also take to the pitch at Inver Park as the Premiership’s top scorers so far as they come against the second-best league defence in the form of Tiernan Lynch’s side.
The Inver Reds
Larne have enjoyed a fine start to the season themselves, with last Friday’s derby victory away to Carrick Rangers maintaining an unbeaten start. It’s a record of four wins and two draws in their six top flight outings so far for the Invermen.
Shea Gordon bagged his first goal for the club at Taylor’s Avenue last week, taking Larne’s tally to eight goals in the league so far. While that’s the lowest tally in the top six, Larne have excelled at the other end, conceding only two goals in 540 minutes of Premiership football this season.