Tiernan Lynch’s men return to Danske Bank Premiership action tonight as they take on Cliftonville under the Inver Park lights, a 7.45pm.
Tickets are on General Sale, price at £12 for adults, £8 for concessions and £1 for Primary School-aged children accompanied by an adult.
You can purchase yours here: https://www.larnefc.com/tickets/
There will also be a cash gate in operation at the match. Turnstiles open from 6.45pm.
1889 Sports and Social Club
Matchday offers are available at 1889 from 2pm. Check out their facebook page for the latest offers HERE.
The Club Shop at Inver Park will be open from 6.45pm, with a great range of stock of replica shirts, our brand new range of Nike merchandise and a variety of other Larne-branded goods.
This week’s edition includes interviews with Mark Randall, Tomas Cosgrove and Conall Curran, while Nick Aretzis also features alongside a look at the opposition and notes from Tiernan Lynch & Gareth Clements. Priced at just £3, you can purchase yours at the kiosk outside the 1889.
The shirt Swap is back! For just £1, you could be in with the chance of winning Davy McDaid’s shirt. All proceeds will go to our Official Charity Brighter Futures to be re-invested back into the local community and create a Brighter Future for all.
Cliftonville come into this game in third place – six points ahead of the Invermen. Paddy McLaughlin’s side have enjoyed a fine season up to this point, having led the Premiership table for a large portion of the campaign. They have lost their last two league outings – both at home – to Crusaders and Glentoran, with an Irish Cup win at home to Islandmagee sandwiched in between.
Cliftonville won the game between the sides at Solitude, while there was a 1-1 draw at Inver in November.
The Inver Reds
Larne come into the game off the back of a disappointing 1-0 defeat at home to Dungannon Swifts on Saturday. Tiernan Lynch side’s will be out to make amends and return to the good form which had seen them win away to Carrick Rangers & Glentoran, claim the County Antrim Shield and make Irish Cup progress against Bangor. Other than long-term absentee Jeff Hughes, Larne expect to have a clean bill of health going into the game.