Larne are back at Inver Park this week with Danske Bank Premiership football returning with an encounter against Glenavon lying in wait. Ahead of arriving at the stadium, you can find out all you need to know in our Landmark Match Guide below.
Tickets and Entry
Tickets are on sale both sets of fans HERE. Entry is priced at £12 for adults and £8 for concessions, and just £2 for all under-11’s accompanied by an adult. Don’t forget the Golden Ticket promotion, with Season Ticket holders able to claim another ticket completely free of charge.
For those unable to make the game in person, it is also being streamed by BBC Sport NI, via the red button, iPlayer and website.
1889 Sports & Social Club
The 1889 will be open from 5pm for all supporters who want to call in before or after the big match. There will be Matchday Specials on offer, with entertainment provided after the full-time whistle.
The Club Shop at Inver Park will be open from 7.45pm, stocked with the new range of Nike merchandise, which was on offer at our pop-up shop in December.
We also have our popular home, away and third shirts in stock as well as mugs, glasses, 1889 range and much more.
The Inver Read
February’s edition of the Inver Read, our monthly magazine, will be on sale once more on Friday evening available at the Tea & Coffee kiosk in the forecourt, as well as the Club Shop.
We have interviews with goalkeeper’s Rohan Ferguson and Jamie Pardington, with Brian Craig’s popular Inver Rewind feature returns, casting minds back to February 1983 and much more.
Glenavon come into this came off the back of an Irish Cup shock, losing 1-0 at home to H&W Welders. Gary Hamilton’s side are, however, likely to have on-loan Linfield forward Jordan Stewart available to make his debut.
The sides have met twice already this season, both at Mourneview Park, with Larne recording a late victories on both occasions.
The Inver Reds
Larne are buoyed by last weekend’s dramatic penalty shoot-out Irish Cup victory over Linfield. Ahead of the weekend’s action the Invermen are three points off leaders Cliftonville, with a game in hand over the Solitude outfit.
When Kyle McClean gave Linfield the lead last week, it was the first goal Tiernan Lynch’s side had conceded in their last seven outings in all competitions.