Matchday Guide: Larne v Pacos de Ferreira, Thurs 12th August

Aug 11, 2021 | Archive

Inver Park plays host to another big European night as Larne take on Pacos De Ferreira in the 2nd leg of the UEFA Europa Conference League Third Qualifying Round.

 Tickets & Live Streaming 

In what will be the biggest attendance at Inver Park since March 2020, tickets for the match are SOLD OUT!

The match will be streamed on for just £7 with Joel Neill joined on commentary by Larne legend John McKinstry. You can purchase the stream at the following link –

Entry & Parking  

Home supporters will have access to the main stand, the McKay stand and the recently opened Church End stand. All supporters MUST wear a face mask at all times within the stadium and adhere to the COVID-19 safety guidelines.

As per UEFA guidelines, no away supporters will be in attendance at this fixture.

Parking facilities will be available at Riverdale Car Park, 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 

The 1889 club will be open during the game. However, due to UEFA guidelines and strict rules regarding entry to the stadium, only those in possession of a match ticket will be permitted entry and this will be strictly managed by stewards.

Open from 5pm, you can enjoy four bottles of selected beer and cider for just £10 or get a Copeland gin and mixer (Raspberry & Mint, Rhuberry or Orange) for just £5!

Match Programme

After the success of our European match programmes so far, we are offering another 48-page special edition for the tie against Pacos De Ferreira. For just £4, you will get all of the reaction from the first leg of the tie, interviews with both John Herron and Rohan Ferguson as well as much, much more! Make sure and get down early to secure your copy!

The Opposition  

Pacos De Ferreira kicked off their Premeira Liga campaign at the weekend with a 2-0 victory over Famalicao at home. The Portuguese side will come to Inver Park full of confidence after their 4-0 victory in the first leg of the tie.

The Inver Reds 

The Invermen know that they are up against it in terms of progression in the competition with a 4-0 deficit to overturn. However, Tiernan Lynch’s men’s performances so far have exceeded expectation so far and will out to get a result in front of a sold out Inver Park.

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