Landmark Match Guide: Larne vs Cliftonville

Mar 30, 2024 | All News, Match Guide

Irish Cup semi-final day has arrived at last, with just a few hours to go until tonight’s highly anticipated clash with Cliftonville at Windsor Park.

The game is set to begin at 5.30pm and supporters are encouraged to read the below Match Guide before making the trip to Belfast.


Tickets for tomorrow’s game remain available online via Ticketmaster UK. Costing £13 for adults and £9 for concessions, you can purchase any last minute tickets by clicking here.

Please note that there will be NO cash gate at tomorrow night’s game and all tickets must be purchased online.


All  supporters club travel is fully sold out for today’s game and any queries regarding your travel should be directed towards the booking point of contact.

Those making their way to the game via car can access the South Stand entrance point at Windsor Park by approaching via Donegall Road and finding on-street parking spaces close to the stadium. We encourage you to park responsibly and be mindful of residents when doing so.


The 1889 Sports & Social Club at Inver Park will be open from 12pm ahead of tomorrow’s game and will remain open for returning supporters after the match.

Our Club Superstore at Inver Park will also be open pre-match from 2.30-3.30pm, with new and updated stock items awaiting to ensure you’re fully kitted for the big game!


Tiernan Lynch’s squad head into tonight’s break having had a two week break since their last competitive outing, a 6-1 victory over Glenavon. Joe Thomson returned to the matchday squad for that game and has used the fortnight since then to continue working towards his return to the pitch.

Micheal Glynn also returned to training during the break and will be available for selection should management choose to bring him into the squad for tonight’s game. After receiving a red card for two bookings in our last game, Sean Graham is unavailable for selection for the semi-final.

Like Larne, Cliftonville have also had no competitive fixture in two weeks. Last time out, the North Belfast side defeated Loughgall 3-2 and have suffered just one defeat in their previous 20 games across all competitions.

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