Larne welcome Linfield to Inver Park for a live televised game against Linfield on Friday evening. Kick off for the game, televised live on BBC 2, against the reigning Champions is at 7.45pm.
Tickets for the game are still available – although very few remaining for the Church End Stand – and can be purchased at the following link – larnefc.com/tickets
It is still advised to purchase your ticket online beforehand to avoid any delays at the turnstiles.
Linfield fans will be in the McKay Stand and these tickets have SOLD OUT.
Entry & Parking
Home supporters will have access to the Main Stand, Terrace 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.
1889 Sports and Social Club
Enjoy special Matchday offers at 1889 from 5pm. 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.
Northern Ireland legend Gerry Armstrong will also be there to sign copies of his new book, with a brief Q&A beforehand.
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 for this game.. You’ll find the pop-up shop – open until Christmas Eve – 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.
Linfield come into the game four points ahead of the Invermen in the Danske Bank Premiership, having a game less. David Healy’s men have won four and drawn one of their last five league outings, which has taken them to second place in the table.
The Inver Reds
Larne will be looking to bounce back from last week’s disappointing 2-1 defeat at the Ballymena Showgrounds. Tiernan Lynch’s men do boast a strong record, however, and are unbeaten at Inver Park both domestically and in European action. The Invermen are currently fourth in the standings.