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The 200 Club

Thu, 06/02/2020 - 19:23

Glentoran 200 Club

Thanks again to all the members of the 200 Club over the last five seasons. We really appreciate your continued support.
Thanks must also go to Ruth McCreery and Graeme Norris for their continued hard work with the admin side of the 200 Club.

Thanks to everyone who takes part, your support is greatly appreciated. To join please email

All Island Football: Special Glentoran information meeting

Wed, 05/02/2020 - 22:39

While a full All-Island League has been ruled out by the Irish FA, the conversation continues about whether some form of cross-border competition could be introduced to bring greater finances and public interest into the game. Glentoran representatives have attended all relevant neetings and - while the club has not taken a view on the concept - we feel our loyal supporters should have the opportunity to hear for themselves and to fully debate the idea with it's strongest advocates.

Message from the Board of GFC 1882

Tue, 04/02/2020 - 21:21

The Board of Directors of the Glentoran Recreation Company confirmed this week that is delighted to announce that effective from Friday 31st January 2020, the club has discharged all obligations to the final historic creditor.

This could not have been achieved without the support and generosity of the Glentoran Family.

Curtis Allen: An Appreciation

Mon, 03/02/2020 - 21:41

If you were going to pick a time in the history of Glentoran to sign for the club, safe to say it wouldn’t have been December 2013. We were the Irish Cup holders, but in the seven months following the final, that team had lost quality players of the level of Colin Nixon, Stephen Carson, Andy Waterworth and Sean Ward, with Jimmy Callacher and Richard Clarke about to leave in the upcoming window. The club was mired in historic debt and top players were hard to tempt to East Belfast.

Queens University 2-3 Glentoran

Sat, 01/02/2020 - 19:26

Glentoran are through to the quarter finals of the Sadler's Peaky Blinder Irish Cup following a nervy but deserved 3-2 win over Queens University thanks to a Robbie McDaid hattrick. The small capacity ground was completely sold out however there were as many Glentoran supporters outside, watching the game from various vantage points.

Curtis Allen Departs

Sat, 01/02/2020 - 00:08

Glentoran can confirm that Curtis Allen has departed the club to join Coleraine on loan. Everyone at the club would like to put on record our sincere thanks to Curtis for everything he has done for the club over the past 6 years. Scoring 110 goals in what were tough years for the club, Curtis is and will remain a Glentoran legend.

Welcome Ruaridhri Donnelly

Fri, 31/01/2020 - 16:22

Glentoran is delighted to announce the deadline day signing of Ruaridhri Donnelly from Cliftonville, on a contract until May 2023.

Mick McDermott: "I am very happy to have secured Ruaridhri for Glentoran. It seemed a bit of a long shot when we first decided to enquire to Cliftonville about him, but he was very keen to come here to be part of our climb. Ruairidhri has played at a much higher level in England and has given Glentoran trouble every time he has faced us since returning home.