Matchday Guide: Larne v Cliftonville Saturday 22nd Nov

Nov 18, 2020 | Archive

Tiernan Lynch’s Larne are back in action on Saturday, taking on Paddy McLaughlin’s Cliftonville side in a 3pm kick off at Inver Park. We will be providing a stream for Saturday’s game with all information included below.

Tickets and Entry

Demand is high for match tickets ahead of Saturday afternoon’s kick off with the season ticket priority window already underway. Should tickets remain available after this window, a general sale will commence on Friday 20th, with updates being posted on social media.

All 3 sections of the ground will be open to home spectators, with no away fans in attendance due to current capacity restrictions. We ask all supporters attending Inver Park to arrive in good time and to follow the instructions of stewards as we continue to manage Covid-19 restrictions under a reduced capacity.

Live Streaming

A live stream will once again be available for this Saturdays game which can be purchased for £7.50 using the following link:

Joel Neill will be on commentary duties and will be joined for the second time this season by former Reds defender Chris Ramsey.

Club Shop

The Club Shop at Inver Park will be open from 2pm on Saturday. Drop in to check out our new 20/21 season replica shirts, training wear and exclusive 1889 range.

Match Programme

The next addition of our Match Programme will be available to buy on Saturday from the main car park at Inver Park in advance of kick-off. This week’s edition includes contributions from Tiernan Lynch and Gareth Clements, an interview with fan favourite Tomas Cosgrove, a First and Last with Josh Robinson, and much more!

Brighter Futures Shirt Swap

A Luke Wade Slater shirt is up for grabs in this week’s Brighter Futures Shirt Swap! Tickets can be purchased for £1 and the winner will be announced over the PA system at half time.

The Opposition

Paddy McLaughlin’s Cliftonville come into Saturday’s game on the back of an encouraging start to the season. Currently sitting 4th in the league, the North Belfast side have won three of their opening five games in the Danske Bank Premiership this season. Cliftonville came out on top of the Invermen last season winning two of the three games against the two sides.

The Inver Reds

Tiernan Lynch will be hoping to build on last Saturday’s win over Crusaders and continue our unbeaten start to the season so far. Conor McKendry continues to work towards full fitness whilst Ben Tilney remains on the sidelines. The rest of the squad are, meanwhile, fit and available for Saturday’s game.

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