Ticket details announced for Linfield Irish Cup clash

Jan 18, 2022 | Archive

Tickets for our home tie against Linfield in the Samuel Gelston Irish Cup on Friday 4th February have now gone on early access sale, with Season Ticket holders receiving a purchase link via email.

The game at Inver Park, which is eagerly anticipated by supporters of both the Inver Reds and David Healy’s side, has been dubbed ‘the tie of the round’ by many media outlets and is sure to be an enthralling clash at Inver Park with demand for tickets guaranteed to be extremely high.


While Season Ticket passes are not valid for this game, supporters who have purchased a Season Ticket and normally avail of the benefit of early access can do so for this game. An email has been sent out to all Season Ticket holders with a purchase link, which is now active and can be used. Tickets are priced at £12 for adults and £8 for concessions.


Non-Season Ticket holders are advised that there will be no online sales for this game after the conclusion of the early access window. Instead, tickets can be purchased from Monday 24th January at both The Cliff and 1889 Sports & Social Club. Please see the below opening hours:


Tickets will be available during normal business hours, which are 10am to 4pm, Monday to Friday. These will be available until the game sells out.


Tickets will be available here from 6pm to 8pm, Monday to Sunday. These will again be available until the event of a sell out.


As the television cameras arrive at Inver Park once again, over 2,500 supporters are expected to attend what is certain to be a hard-fought clash, between two of the best sides in the country. We are once again encouraging supporters to bring at least one extra person to this game, to show what a match under the lights at Inver is all about. With your help, we managed to sell out Inver Park the last time around and we hope to do the same once again!

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