Landmark Matchday Guide – Larne vs Carrick

Sep 25, 2021 | Archive

It’s the East Antrim Derby at Inver Park as the Inver Reds take on Carrick Rangers. Kick off is at 5.30pm.


Tickets & Live Streaming 

Tickets are still available to purchase on general sale and you can buy them right up until kick-off through the following link – NO tickets will be available to purchase at the stadium so please ensure you have bought your ticket before coming to the game.

Due to being allowed back to normal capacities, there will be no stream for this game.

Entry & Parking  

Home supporters will have access to the Main stand. All home supporters are required to enter the stadium via the main entrance on the Inver Road.

Away supporters will be situated in the McKay Stand and are required to enter the stadium through the Church road. We encourage all supporters attending this evening ’s game to wear a face covering when in close proximity to others.

Parking facilities will be available at Riverdale Car Park, Laharna Retail Park and First Larne Church, all of which are a short walk to Inver Park. No parking facilities will be available within the stadium itself. 

1889 Sports and Social Club 

1889 Sports and Social Club will be open for the game. There will be a happy hour from 3-5pm with all pints just £3.50, Copeland Gin & mixer £5, five bottles of Carlsberg for just £10 and four bottles of selected beer and cider for £10!

Later in the evening from 9pm, we will have live entertainment from Andy Rodgers’ Elvis Tribute Act. It’s certainly not a night to be missed and entry will cost just £5!

Match Programme

Our hugely popular Match Programme will be available to purchase! For just £3, enjoy exclusive interviews with Dean Jarvis, Claire Taggart as she returns from competing in the Paralympics with Team GB and Matthew Crawford, our U16 coach who went to the European Championships with Wales in the summer.

The Opposition  

The Amber Army have been in good form recently in the league, winning their last two games against Glenavon and Portadown. Carrick did suffer defeat in midweek however, getting knocked out of the Senior Shield after a 2-0 defeat to Championship side Dundela.

The Inver Reds 

The Invermen come into this fixture after progressing to the Senior Shield Quarter-Finals in midweek with a 2-0 victory over Glentoran. Tiernan Lynch’s men are unbeaten against their East Antrim rivals in their last 6 meetings at Inver Park, winning five and drawing one.

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