Supporters should note that two turnstiles will be open for card payments at the home end for Friday night's Premiership game against Cliftonville.
The Glentoran revival hit a bump in the road today as an in-form Crusaders put in a strong second half display to win the match very comfortably and extend our long winless record at Seaview.
With Gavin Peers still injured, we started unchanged from the team that beat Warrenpoint Town at the Oval last week. The match kicked off following a minute’s applause for journalist and Crues supporter Colin McAlpin who died recently.
A cash gate will now be available at this afternoon's Premiership game at Seaview.
Saturday 28th September 2019, Kick Off 3.00 pm
On Saturday we face one of the big acid tests of our season, with our first visit to Seaview, the venue where we have our worst win performance over the past few years.
Crusaders currently lead the table, three points ahead of Coleraine and Cliftonville and four ahead of us, but they lost their first game of the season last week at Coleraine Showgrounds.
Treble Cup Winners Glentoran finished the season as they've played most of it with a convincing 7-1 away win over Cliftonville Ladies at Solitude.
Cliftonville took an early lead but a hat trick from Samantha Kelly (above), two from Rachel Rogan and further goals from Yasmin White and Emma McMaster all contributed to the Glens victory.
The Glens finished third with 36 points from 18 games. An end of season review will be published shortly.
Full match report will appear here
(Left to right: Mark Smith, Jordan Wray, Alan Crooks and Stephen Lowry)
The executive committee of European football’s governing body has chosen Glentoran Disability FC as a silver prize winner in its annual Grassroots Awards.
Tickets for our fixture against Crusaders at Seaview on Saturday 28th September remain available from the secretary's office at The Oval between 9am-3pm from Monday-Friday and are also available online at http://www.crusadersfc.com/static_page/page/future_ticketing.
Adults priced £12 and Concession £8.
Glentoran produced a stunning second half display at Milltown today that blew Warrenpoint away in what was a very accomplished display from the very young Glens team. containing only two players with any first team experience.
Prior to Saturday's Danske Bank Premiership win over Warrenpoint Town, the Glentoran Supporters Committee (1923) presented a cheque for £5000 to the parent club.
The Glentoran Supporters Committee (1923) are responsible for the production and selling of the multi award winning matchday programme, the Glentoran Gazette.
Glentoran Women defended their Electric Ireland Women's Challenge Cup crown with a 1-0 win over Linfield Ladies on Saturday night.
In what was a repeat of last year's final, Emma McMaster's early goal proved the defining moment in the showpiece decider.
A long-range strike from Demi Vance wasn't gathered by Linfield goalkeeper Lauren Perry, and McMaster reacted quickest to poke the ball home.
The win saw the Glens add the Irish Cup to their Co Antrim Shield and League Cup successes this season, completing an impressive trophy treble.