Landmark Match Guide: Dungannon Swifts vs Larne

Jan 20, 2024 | All News, First Team, Match Guide

The Inver Reds travel to Stangmore Park in the Sports Direct Premiership this afternoon to take on Dungannon Swifts. Kick-off is at 3pm.

Below is all the information our travelling support needs to know before making their way to the game.


Admission for today’s game is pay at the gate, no tickets are required.

Admission prices have been set at £13 for adults and £9 for concessions. Those of Primary School age can gain entry for just £2 with a paying adult.


All three supporters clubs are running buses to today’s game at Stangmore Park.

Inver Red and Whites bus for tonight’s game still has limited seats remaining and will depart 1889 Sports and Social Club at 1pm. To book your seat, please contact their Facebook page or get in touch with a member.

Larne NISC’s bus is sold out for today’s game. The bus will leave Larne Rangers Club at 1pm, picking up on Station Road before heading to the game.


For those wishing to enjoy a pre-match pint, 1889 Sports & Social Club will be open from 12pm this today and will also be open for buses returning from the game.

Make sure to call in and avail of this weekend’s fantastic offer, with 15% off all pints! The offer will run from opening to closing time so call in and enjoy a cheap pint on us.


Dungannon Swifts come into today’s game after a BetMcLean Cup semi-final defeat to Linfield on Tuesday night.

In the Sports Direct Premiership, Rodney McAree’s have won their last two games against Ballymena United and Newry City.

The two sides last met at Stangmore Park back in October, with the game finishing level with a 0-0 scoreline.


The Invermen come into today’s game on the back of a 2-0 victory against Crusaders at Seaview last weekend.

Tiernan Lynch’s side are on a 16-game unbeaten run in the league stretching back to September and will be looking to continue that with all three points at Stangmore Park.

Today’s opposition are the only Sports Direct Premiership side the Invermen have yet to beat this season, with a 4-4 draw at Inver Park in the season opener and a 0-0 draw at Stangmore Park in October.


After today’s game, Tiernan Lynch’s men are back in action on Tuesday night as they take on Glentoran in the Co. Antrim Shield final at Seaview.

The Invermen will then have a quick turnaround to Friday night (26th Jan) as they welcome Newry City to Inver Park in the Sports Direct Premiership.

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