The Invermen welcome Ballyclare Comrades to Inver Park this evening in the ToalsBet.com Senior Shield semi-final. Kick off for the last four clash is at 7.45pm.
Tickets for the game are still available and can be purchased at the following link – larnefc.com/tickets
There will be a cash gate at tonight’s game for those who have not purchased a ticket in advance. This will open at 6.45pm at the stadium. It is still advised to purchase your ticket online beforehand to avoid any delays at the turnstiles.
Entry & Parking
Home supporters will have access to the Main Stand and the Church End Stand. All home supporters MUST 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, 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.
Ballyclare Comrades fans will be located in the McKay Stand.
1889 Sports and Social Club
Enjoy special Matchday offers at 1889 from 5.30-7.30pm! The matchday offers will include all pints for £3.50, five bottles of Carlsberg for £10, four bottles of selected beer for £10 and a Copeland gin and mixer for £5.
The Club Shop has currently been relocated to our pop-up premises at High Street, and the store at Inver Park will therefore not be open tomorrow night. However, you can call there on your way to match, with the pop-up shop open from 6.30pm to 8.30pm. You’ll find it stocked with our new Nike leisurewear range as well as whole host of other gifts just in time for Christmas.
Our hugely popular Match Programme will be available to purchase within the stadium. In this edition we have interviews with Albert Watson, Shane Taaffe and Mike Argyrides. Fuad Sule features in our poster in this edition, with much more on offer besides for just £3.
Ballyclare Comrades come into the last four clash, having defeated Queen’s University and Crusaders in the competition so far. Paul Harbinson’s men are currently 7th in the Lough 41 Championship table. The Comrades boast former Larne players Chris Ramsey, Liam Hassin & Joe Tully in their ranks.
The Inver Reds
This will Larne’s third consecutive game at Inver Park, having taken four points from a possible six against Cliftonville and Warrenpoint Town in the past week. As the holders of the competition, there’s no doubt Tiernan Lynch’s men will be keen to make the County Antrim Shield decider for the second season in a row.