A RANGERS XI, led by Graeme Murty, will make the trip over the water next month to face Larne to celebrate the installation of their new state of the art floodlights and artificial pitch.

It promises to be a fantastic night at Inver Park Wednesday 17 October at 7.30pm.

Ticket sales open at the club shop at Inver Park tomorrow for Larne season ticket holders, on Friday for Larne youth and Larne ladies pass holders before the general sale opens on Saturday.

Rangers Academy coach Graeme Murty is looking forward to taking his Gers side to Northern Ireland to continue the education of his side.

He said: “The guys are really looking forward to the trips that we’re going to see. We’ve been all over the place and it’s fantastic learning experiences for the guys.
“We’re going to go out there and hopefully put on a fantastic show because we know, hopefully, there will be loads of people paying good money to come and see us. So it’s important we continue to progress and put on a good performance.”
Tickets will be available for the Main Stand, the Main Terracing and the Church End terracing. There will be a limited number of concession tickets which will be sold on a first come, first served basis.

There will also be a limited number of tickets for supporters with accessibility requirements and they should contact the club directly.

Tickets will be priced as follows:

  • Main Stand (unreserved seating): £15 adults, £10 concession.
  • Main Terrace: £12.50 adults, £8 concession.
  • Church End Terrace: £12.50 adults, £8 concession.

Tickets will only be on sale from the Club Shop at Inver Park.

A range of special commemorative merchandise will also be on sale, and this will go on sale on Saturday. Special match scarves (£10), polo shirts (£15) and hoodies (£25) will be available in the Club Shop.

Larne Club Shop opening hours for the coming days will be:

Wednesday: 5pm-9pm

Thursday: 5pm-9pm

Friday: 3pm-9pm

Saturday: 12pm-3pm.

Further opening hours will be announced in due course.

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