It’s Clearer Water Irish Cup action at Inver Park today as the Invermen welcome Glenavon in the 6th round of the competition.
Kick-off is 3pm and you can find out all of the key information below.
Tickets for today’s game are still available to purchase online here.
Due to it being a cup competition, supporters are reminded that Season Tickets are not valid for today’s game. Admission prices have been set at a reduced price of just £10 for adults, £6 for concessions and £2 for those of Primary School age. These prices apply to both home and away supporters.
Home supporters will be based in the Landmark Main Stand, ClubSport NI Church End stand and the Terrace for today’s game. Away supporters will be based in the P&O Ferries and Larne Port McKay Stand as normal.
A cash gate will be available within the stadium.
Our new Club Superstore at Inver Park will officially open today at 1pm.
After listening to supporter feedback and with the recent record success of our Christmas pop-up shop on Larne Main Street, we have taken onboard the wishes of supporters to have a bigger premises for our Club Superstore within Inver Park, which is now located in the building which used to be the Media Room within the main carpark.
Supporters will be able to access the store from 1pm on Saturday, with our ‘Beat the Clock’ matchday promotion ensuring there will be bargains to be had for everyone on the day.
From 1pm until 1.30pm, you will be able to avail of 15% off our entire product range. From 1.30pm until 2pm, this offer will change to 10% off everything, with normal prices returning from 2pm onwards.
1889 SPORTS AND SOCIAL CLUB
1889 Sports and Social Club will be open from 12pm, with the Everton vs Tottenham Premier League action shown live from 12.30pm for those wishing to enjoy a pre-match drink.
With the Beat The Clock promotion, the earlier you arrive at 1889 Sports & Social Club today, the more you will save. From 1-1.30pm, you can enjoy 15% off all drinks. From 1.30-2pm, the offer will change to 10% off all drinks, with normal prices returning from 2pm onwards.
After the match, Willy Magill will be taking to the stage for an acoustic set from 5pm before DJ Chucky and DJ Hendi take over to provide the entertainment for our Larne FC Academy fundraiser.
Supporters are to be aware that due to limited spaces, the car park within Inver Park will not be open to supporters attending the game.
The car park at First Larne Presbyterian Church will be available for those driving to the game to park in, with just a donation of your choice required.
Other parking facilities are available in nearby areas including Laharna Retail Park and Riverdale, both of which are just a short walk to the stadium.
We would also like to remind supporters to be mindful and aware of residents who live just outside the stadium and to not block access to private properties when parking your car within this area.
THE INVER REDS
With attention turning to the Clearer Water Irish Cup, Tiernan Lynch’s side will have their sights firmly set on being in the hat for the Quarter-Final draw later this evening.
The Inver Reds overcame NIFL Championship side H&W Welders in the 5th Round of the competition to set up today’s clash with Glenavon at Inver Park.
Last weekend, the Invermen picked up a 3-0 victory against Newry City at Inver Park as they continue their unbeaten run in the Sports Direct Premiership.
Glenavon travel to Inver Park this afternoon after suffering a 1-0 defeat on the road against Coleraine in the Sports Direct Premiership last weekend.
The Lurgan Blues overcame NIFL Championship side Knockbreda in the previous round of the Clearer Water Irish Cup with a 4-0 victory, setting up their trip to Inver Park today.
Stephen McDonnell’s side will be hopeful of a better result than their last visit to Inver Park in December, with Larne running out 4-1 winners in the Sports Direct Premiership.