Larne return to Inver Park on Tuesday evening, as we welcome Ballymena United in the quarter-finals of the County Antrim Shield.
Kick-off for this one is 7.45pm and you can find out all you need to know in our Landmark Match Guide below.
Tickets and entry
Tickets remain on sale for all fans HERE. Entry is priced at £12 for adults and £8 for concessions. Please note, as this is a shared gate Season Tickets are NOT valid.
Ballymena United fans will be housed in the Church End for this game, with the Landmark Main Stand and Terrace open to home supporters.
1889 Sports & Social Club
The 1889 will be open from 5pm with Matchday Offers in store ahead of kick-off.
We are delighted to say our new range of our blue shirts, from our 2022/23 3rd kit, will be on sale from the Club Shop for the first time on Saturday. We also have our new home shirts as well as Nike training wear on sale, with the doors opening at 4.30pm. We have a full range of adults and children’s sizes on offer, making a visit to the shop a must ahead of the big kick-off.
The Inver Read
You will be able to get your hand on the new October edition of the Inver Read, our brand-new monthly magazine, at Tuesday’s match.
We have a jam-packed edition, including interviews with Shea Gordon, Graham Kelly and Shaun Want. Our player poster returns in the centre pages with a brand0-new style, which is always a popular feature. Priced at just £3.50, you can pick up yours from the Club Shop and Tea & Coffee Kiosk.
Ballymena United arrive at Inver Park boosted by Saturday’s 2-0 win at home to Portadown, their first league win in six outings. The three points were enough to move David Jeffrey’s side into ninth place in the table.
United booked their place in the last eight of the Shield, thanks to a 2-1 win away to Newington in the first round.
The winner of Tuesday’s tie will face a trip to either Carrick Rangers or Dundela in the semi-finals.
The Inver Reds
Larne come into the game having moved to the top of the Danske Bank Premiership in their last outing, courtesy of a 2-0 league win away to Newry City.
Indeed, the only time Larne have tasted defeat this season was last week’s 2-1 defeat away to Annagh United in the Bet McLean League Cup.
Tiernan Lynch’s men also arrive into this one as holders of the competition, having won it in the previous two seasons.
Should tonight’s game be level after 90 minutes, there will be a penalty shoot-out to decide the winners.