The Inver Reds are back in action tomorrow night with a place in the County Antrim Shield Final at stake. Danske Bank Premiership Champions Linfield are the visitors to Inver Park, with a 7:45pm kick-off. Take a look below for our official Matchday Guide.
Tickets & Live Streaming
Tickets for the game are SOLD OUT!
We will be live streaming the game on Tuesday night. Joel Neill will be joined by former Linfield and Larne player Stuart King to talk us through the action.
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You can purchase this stream for £7.50 via the following link: https://www.247.tv/gaa/niprem
Entry & Parking
Home supporters will have access to the main stand and the McKay stand. Away supporters will be situated in the Church End.
Parking facilities will be available at Riverdale Car Park, Laharna Retail Park and First Larne Church (for a small charity donation), all of which are a short walk to Inver Park.
A full 36-page match day programme will be for sale from roaming sellers, priced at £3. We have an interview with Fuad Sule, ‘First & Last’ with Dean Jarvis, a look back at previous meetings with Linfield by Brian Craig, a detailed analysis of the opposition from Mark McKillen and much more.
The club shop will be open from 7pm before the game on Tuesday night, why not call in and check out some of our Nike merchandise, match wear and exclusive 1889 range.
1889 Sports and Social Club
Due to the government guidance the 1889 Sports and Social Club will continue to be closed.
Linfield have made a strong start to the season winning all their games and are joint top of the Danske Bank Premiership, with Tiernan Lynch’s side. In their previous County Antrim Shield performances this season they have scored eight goals with no reply. They go into this game after a 2-1 league win against Crusaders on Friday night.
The Inver Reds
The Invermen have also had a strong start to the competition beating Ballyclare Comrades and Crusaders at Inver Park and head into the game after beating Ballymena United 2-0 in the league. Ben Tilney remains injured while Johnny McMurray and Conor McKendry are still in training, but not yet match fit.