After being cancelled last season due to the pandemic, the Bet McClean League Cup is back. Larne takes on Limavady United in the 2nd Round at Inver Park with a 8pm kick off.
Tickets & Live Streaming
Tickets for tonight’s game are still on sale and you can buy them through the following link – larnefc.com/tickets. Ticket prices for this game have been set at £10 for adults and £6 for concessions. Season Tickets are not valid for this fixture due to it being in a cup competition. NO tickets will be available to purchase at the stadium tonight so please ensure you have bought your ticket before coming to the game.
Due to the increase in capacity, there will be no match stream available.
Entry & Parking
Home and away supporters will have access to the Main Stand and the McKay stand. All supporters are required to enter the stadium via the main entrance on Inver Road. We encourage all supporters attending tonight’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 7-9pm with all pints just £3.50, Copeland Gin & mixer £5 and five bottles of Carlsberg for just £10.
Our midweek Match Programmes are back! A shorter copy of 20 pages at the cheaper price of £2.50 will be available to purchase within the stadium. Within this latest instalment, you will find an exclusive interview with Deadline day signing Thomas Oluwa, a Kofi Balmer poster and much, much more.
Limavady United currently sit 7th in the NIFL Premier Intermediate League with three points from their opening three games. Limavady’s first win of the season came in their last league fixture, beating Tobermore United 3-0 at home.
The Inver Reds
With three wins out of three in the Danske Bank Premiership, the Invermen will be looking to carry that momentum into the start of their League Cup campaign. This fixture might give the Inver Reds the chance to rotate their squad ahead of a visit to Seaview to take on Crusaders on Saturday.