The Glentoran Superstore is both proud and excited to unveil MODESTO Club Apparel, Glentoran Football Club’s own, bespoke brand of football apparel. Launching at the Glentoran Superstore tomorrow, 9 AM! Coming to Glentoran Superstore Online soon.
Saturday 31st October 2020, Kick Off 3.00pm
On Saturday we look to pick up our first Danske Bank Premiership win of the season when we make a Hallowe’en visit to the Coleraine Showgrounds.
No one is going to suggest this will be anything other than a tough match as Glentoran have failed to win in any of the last 12 league fixtures between the sides - there have been 5 draws and 7 Coleraine wins.
It has been agreed with the relevant authorities that one hundred away supporters will be admitted to our Toals County Antrim Shield semi-final at Solitude on Tuesday 3rd November (Kick Off 7:45pm).
In order to give the broadest possible base of Glentoran supporters the opportunity it has been decided that these 100 tickets (including 20 concession) will go on general sale tomorrow evening from the Glentoran Superstore. It is hoped this will provide an opportunity for supporters unable to attend Premiership matches so far this season.
Robbie McDaid has been voted Glentoran Player of the Year by the club’s supporters for the second consecutive year.
Castlereagh Glentoran Supporters Club hosted the vote for the 63rd consecutive year. It was held at Saturday’s home game and Cup Final hero Robbie came out on top with an incredible 67% of the vote. He will be presented with his award by Castlereagh GSC officials on the pitch before our next home game, Covid restrictions permitting.
It was a frustrating afternoon at the Oval as Glentoran failed to overcome 9-man Glenavon.
Perhaps you could point the finger at Glenavon's 'anti football' approach, but ultimately it was up to Glentoran to put the ball in the net and apart from a penalty, we failed to do that.
Premiership football is back at the Oval and to celebrate the occasion there’s a brand new look for your multi-award winning Glentoran Gazette, thanks to the talents of our new design guru Beth Stafford and Gareth Lyttle from our printers, Print Library of Newtownards.
Saturday 24th October 2020, Kick Off 3:00pm
Tomorrow, we look to bounce back after last week’s defeat at Solitude with a win against our visitors Glenavon, in our belated return to league action at the Oval, after a delay of over seven months.
We have had it confirmed today that restrictions imposed on football due to the increased threat from Covid-19 have meant that the numbers permitted entry to Saturday’s home Danske Bank Premiership match will not be enough to accommodate all of our season ticket holders. This is fewer than was permitted in our last few pre-season games, but this is unavoidable given the necessity for the Northern Ireland Executive to impose more stringent restrictions on all aspects of society.
Glentoran Football Club has teamed up with 247.tv to live stream our home matches in this season’s Danske Bank Premiership. *
The service will start this Saturday (23rd October) when we play Glenavon at the Oval. The game will be filmed by David Kerr of GlensTV, who everyone will agree has done an exceptional job with his highlights packages in recent years. Commentator for the match will be Aaron Agnew, also a veteran of GlensTV who has a wealth of experience in match coverage, both at Glentoran and Northern Ireland’s various youth leagues.
Congratulations to 5 Glentoran players called up to the Northern Ireland women's squad for next week's Euro 2022 qualifier away to Belarus.