Following the postponement of football at the weekend, in mark of respect for the passing of Queen Elizabeth II, the season resumes tonight as we welcome Lisburn Distillery for the start of our Bet McLean League Cup campaign.
Kick-off in Tuesday’s game is at 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 £10 for adults and £5 for concessions, with supporters also able to pay at the stadium.
Season Tickets are NOT valid for this game, as it is a cup fixture and the gate split with the opposition.
The Landmark Main Stand and terrace will be open for this fixture, while the McKay and Clubsport Church End stands will not be available.
1889 Sports & Social Club
As ever, there will be Matchday offers in the 1889 ahead of the game. Check out their Facebook page HERE for all the latest information. They will be opening their doors from 6pm.
We are delighted that the new range of 2022/23 home shirts as well as well as Nike training wear has arrived and will be available from the Club Shop at the ground, with the doors opening at 6.45pm. There will be 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
The September edition of our brand-new monthly magazine will be on sale at the stadium for this game. Packed with brand new features, as well as interviews with Daniel Kearns and Head Sports Therapist Mick O’Boyle, the September edition is priced at just £3.50. You can pick up yours from the Club Shop and Tea & Coffee Kiosk.
Lisburn Distillery, currently playing in the Premier Intermediate League, are now managed by former Cliftonville midfielder Barry Johnston, who took over the reins at Ballyskeagh this summer. The Whites are in 10th place in the third tier, after three games played. Like Larne, their last outing was a County Antrim Shield tie a week ago, losing 1-0 against Glentoran at the Oval.
Academy prospect Odhran McCart joined Distillery on loan, ahead of the summer window closing, but due to loan regulations he will not be able to face his parent club this evening.
The Inver Reds
With last Friday’s league encounter at home to Dungannon Swifts postponed, Larne resume action one week on from a 2-0 win at home to Knockbreda. Tiernan Lynch made 10 changes to his line-up for that one and a number of players will have a strong case for retaining their place in Tuesday’s starting XI. Academy prospects Dylan Sloan, Sean Brown and Caolan Donnelly all tasted first team action.
Last week’s victory also made it three wins and two draws in Larne’s five outings this season, with the Invermen keen to build further momentum ahead of Saturday’s trip to take on Portadown at Shamrock Park.