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Glentoran 2-3 Ballymena Utd

Sat, 10/12/2016 - 21:08

On what was an exceptionally mild December afternoon and following last Saturday's entertaining game against Crusaders, the Oval seemed the obvious destination to avoid the pre-Christmas rush. 

Chris Lavery started the game, with James Ferrin moving into defence to replace the suspended Calum Birney.

Match Preview

Fri, 09/12/2016 - 20:11

Glentoran face Ballymena United at the Oval on Saturday looking to build on last weekend’s very encouraging performance against Danske Bank Premiership leaders, Crusaders. Over the past few seasons the teams have met 10 times with Glentoran’s record showing 6 wins, 2 draws and 2 defeats. One of those defeats came earlier this season and ironically the team produced their best 45 minutes of football of the season.

Tomorrow's Gazette

Fri, 09/12/2016 - 16:09

Treat yourself to an early Christmas present with a copy of tomorrow's Glentoran Gazette.  Another bumper edition includes the concluding part of Brian McClelland's story of Sammy Hughes, two interviews by Eddy Patrick, one with the guys behind Glens TV and another with winger Chris Lavery, there's news of lots of community work being carried out by members of the Glentoran family plus great photos, news, views and stats.  The Blanch is off on a jolly tomorrow but you'll still need to get them while they last!


Detroit Tour Information

Wed, 07/12/2016 - 23:11

The club is delighted at the high level of interest shown by our loyal supporters in travelling to Detroit in May 2017 to join in the celebrations of the 50th anniversary of the Cougars Tour.

The club would like to provide the following information to those planning to travel:

The Team will arrive in Detroit on Thursday 25th May and depart Sunday 28th May.

The match with Detroit City will take place on Saturday 27th May with a probable kick off of 7pm.

Crusaders 2-2 Glentoran

Sat, 03/12/2016 - 22:06

Glentoran secured a hard fought point at Seaview on Saturday thanks to a Curtis Allen brace.  After a minute's silence was held for the victims of the Colombian plane crash that claimed the lives of many players and staff from Brazilian side Chapecoense, it was Crusaders who started brighter.  Just a minute had passed since kick-off and Michael Carvill flashed an effort just wide of the upright.  Carvill should've scored two minutes later too, as he found himself one on one with Elliott Morris, but luckily for the Glens it was the latter who came out on top.

Supporters' Open Meeting

Thu, 01/12/2016 - 18:05
All Glentoran supporters are invited to an end of year open meeting with the Board of Directors.
The meeting will give supporters the opportunity to ask questions of the board on matters of importance both within and relating to the club and to have a general discussion on all things Glentoran.
All Glentoran supporters are welcome to the meeting which will take place:
                                 McLean Suite,