Our penultimate home game of 2022 sees us welcome Newry City to Inver Park on Saturday. Kick-off for this Danske Bank Premiership clash is 3pm and you can find out all you need to know in our Landmark Match Guide below.
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 & Supporter Information
The 1889 will be open from 12noon with special Matchday Offers for all fans.
With Saturday being our last home game before Christmas, there will also be a visit from Santa Claus around the ground ahead of kick-off – a must see visitor for all of our younger supporters.
Our Club Shop at Inver Park will be closed for Saturday’s game, with stock having been moved to our pop-up shop on the Main Street. The good news is our pop-up shop at 114 Main Street, will be open on Saturday from 10am until kick-off. The shop will be stocked with brand new 1889 and Nike merchandise, allowing you make your purchases ahead of the big day.
The Inver Read
You will be able to get your hands on the brand new December edition of the Inver Read, our monthly magazine, at Saturday’s match from the Tea & Coffee Kiosk.
We have a jam-packed edition, including interviews with Leroy Millar and Mark Randall talking us through his team-mates. James Cooper also interviews new board member James McIlroy, while chairman Gareth Clements gives us his review of 2022.
Newry City come into this one in 10th place in the table, having picked up 18 points from the same number of games played. City suffered a disappointing 3-1 defeat at home to Portadown last week, however that is set to be overturned with NIFL announcing their ruling on an eligibility row on Friday.
Mark Randall came off the bench to score both goals in a 2-0 win for Larne in the only other meeting between this sides this season, at the Showgrounds in October.
The Inver Reds
Larne returned to winning ways at Mourneview Park, recording a hard fought 1-0 victory over Glenavon. The result saw the Invermen stay five points clear of a congested top six of the Premiership campaign.
After serving a one match suspension last week, Lee Bonis and Shaun Want are both available for selection again. Aaron Donnelly, however, will have to sit this one after picking up his fifth yellow card at Mourneview last week.