Landmark Matchday Guide: Larne v Glenavon

Mar 8, 2022 | Archive

It’s back to Danske Bank Premiership action for Larne tonight, as Tiernan Lynch’s side welcome Glenavon for a 7.45pm kick-off. Check out our guide below for all you need to know before visiting Inver Park.

Tickets & Entry

Tickets are now on General Sale for this game, price at £12 for adults, £8 for concessions and £1 for Primary School-aged children accompanied by an adult.

You can purchase yours here:

There will also be a cash gate in operation at the match, with turnstiles open from 6.45pm. A reminder that on International Women’s Day, women and girls of all ages get free entry into the match in both the home and away sections of the stadium.

1889 Sports and Social Club 

As ever, there will be Matchday Specials running in 1889, which opens from 4pm. Check out their social media pages for the latest offers.

Club Shop

The Club Shop at Inver Park will be open from 6.45pm, with a great range of stock of replica shirts, our brand new range of Nike merchandise and a variety of other Larne-branded goods. Those who have pre-ordered their programme will be able to pick it up at the Club Shop

Match Programme

This edition includes an interview with club captain Jeff Hughes, more information on the Her Game Too initiative,  alongside notes from Tiernan Lynch & Gareth Clements and much more.

A midweek special this is priced at just £2.50 you can purchase yours at the kiosk outside the 1889. Card payments cane be used for the Match Programme.

Shirt Swap

The shirt Swap is back! For just £1, you could be in with the chance of winning Jeff Hughes’ shirt. On International Women’s Day all proceeds will go to our partners at the White Ribbon campaign, a charity working to end men’s violence against women by engaging with men and boys to make a stand against violence.

The Opposition  

Glenavon come to Inver Park in 8th place in the Danske Bank Premiership. Their last outing was at the end of February in the 4-2 defeat at home to Glentoran – a game in which they led twice and until late on. Gary Hamilton’s side have won just one game in their last five league outings, as they aim to finish in seventh place giving them an opportunity at the European play-offs at the end of  the season.

The Inver Reds 

Larne’s Irish Cup hopes ended on Saturday with a penalty shoot-out defeat away to Ballymena United. That leaves just league matters for the Invermen to concentrate on from this point. The play-offs now seem the most realistic route towards a second consecutive European summer adventure and Tiernan Lynch will no doubt stress the importance of finishing as high in the stands as possible, to secure home advantage where possible.

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