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Away Kit Launch on Friday

Tue, 06/11/2012 - 14:16


Glentoran FC will be launching this season’s Away Kit on Friday 9th November 2012 in the Superstore at the Oval.

Oval gates open at 6:30pm, kit launch at 7.10pm.

There will be a BBQ for supporters who make a purchase on the night.

10% discount hour !!!    From 7.10pm – 8.10pm there will be 10% discount off the new Away Shirt only.

The Milk Bar will also be open for anyone wanting to purchase tea, coffee, soft drinks, sweets etc

We look forward to seeing everyone on Friday 9th.


Glens out of Irn-Bru Cup

Tue, 06/11/2012 - 00:22

A disappointing night at Mourneview Park has seen Glentoran exit the Irn-Bru Cup at the hands of Glenavon at Mourneview Park. The Glens named an unchanged side from that which performed well on Saturday and things seemingly got off to a decent start tonight as well with a quick tempo about our play. The first real opportunity of the game fell to Andy Waterworth as he used his pace to break clear of the Glenavon defence only for his powerful shot to be straight at Glenavon goalkeeper Andrew Coleman.

Glentoran v Glenavon- Preview

Mon, 05/11/2012 - 16:11

Just two days after a gruelling league encouter with Cliftonville at The Oval, The Glens are back in action tonight against Glenavon in the Quarter Final of the Irn-Bru Cup at Mourneview Park. Throughout the competition, Glentoran have fielded a relatively strong side showing how this season we want to take each competition seriously as we search for success in the form of silverware.

Colin Nixon has resumed training and played for the seconds alongside Calum Birney at the weekend however Monday's game may still come a week too soon for both players. 

Glentoran 1-1 Cliftonville

Sat, 03/11/2012 - 17:33


It was honours even at the Oval this afternoon as League leaders Cliftonville fought back from a goal down at half time.  The Glens welcomed back leading scorer Andy Waterworth and midfielder Eamonn Murray from injury while young centre back Willie Garrett made his debut alongside Jimmy Callacher.

Glentoran v Cliftonville- Preview

Fri, 02/11/2012 - 14:37

After last week's disappointing result at Suffolk Road against Donegal Celtic, our chance to bounce back with a win couldn't be a more difficult fixture. Glentoran play league leaders Cliftonville at The Oval where three points would be a huge boost to the club's title ambitions however defeat would leave us 12 points off the pace. After a recent blip in form, The Glens have slipped to 5th in the table, 3 points behind Crusaders in 4th position and now just 2 points ahead of Linfield despite their stuttering start to the campaign.

Bar information for Saturday

Fri, 02/11/2012 - 08:48


We welcome the League leaders Cliftonville to the Oval for the first time this season and hopefully they will be leaving East Belfast pointless.

The Premier Lounge will be open from 12:30pm as normal and what a day of live football we have for you. We kick of the day with live coverage from Old Trafford as Manchester United take on Arsenal in the lunchtime kick off (12:45pm). We then will valve live coverage from a Glentoran v Cliftonville shown on all the screens in the bar and we round the day off when West Ham host Man City at Upton Park.