Glentoran FC

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Half-Season Tickets

Sat, 01/12/2012 - 11:47

Half-Season Tickets are now available in the Superstore with prices as follows...

Adult - £65 was £160 
Concession - £30 was £60
Child - £7 was £25 
Family - £80 was £195

As with previous years this half-season ticket covers league matches after Christmas (8/9 games depending on the split).

For full terms and conditions relating to season tickets click HERE 

Please note that the Half-Season tickets will only be valid from 29th December 2012.

December Opening Hours for Superstore

Thu, 29/11/2012 - 19:17


Opening Hours for the Glentoran Superstore during December 2012

Saturday 1st December   -   12:30pm - 5:00pm (Home Match v Ballinmallard)

Wednesday 5th December  -  4:00pm - 8:00pm

Thursday 6th December  -  4:00pm - 8:00pm

Saturday 8th December - 12:30pm - 5:00pm (Home Match v Crusaders)

Wednesday 12th December - 4:00pm - 8:00pm

Thursday 13th December - 4:00pm - 8:00pm

Saturday 15th December - 10am -  12 noon (Away Match v Portadown)

Monday 17th December  -  2:00pm - 8:00pm

Glentoran Academy hosts St Pat's Dublin

Mon, 26/11/2012 - 13:25

On Sunday the Glentoran Academy u14's took on Pat Lynch's St Pats (Dublin) u15's at The Oval. This was to be a test for the boys playing a team a whole age group up, and a fantastic experience to play on the pitch they might one day grace for the senior side. First team manager Eddie Patterson called in to watch the match and gave the boys some words of advice in the changing room before the game.

Coleraine 1-0 Glentoran

Sat, 24/11/2012 - 18:45


An eighth minute goal from Coleraine’s Shane Jennings was enough to give the Bannsiders the three points at the Showgrounds this afternoon.  Glentoran captain Colin Nixon returned to first team action replacing Jimmy Callacher while David Howland returned to the starting XI in place of the injured Stephen McAlorum.

Glentoran v Coleraine- Preview

Sat, 24/11/2012 - 01:43

On the back of back to back league victories against Dungannon Swifts followed by Lisburn Distillery, Glentoran have seemingly put a halt to the poor run of form that plagued October. The consecutive league victories have seen The Glens rise ahead of Linfield and Ballymena Utd into 5th in the league standings. We remain 9 points off Cliftonville at the top but have closed the gap to inside two points of second place Crusaders and just one point on Ballinamallard Utd and Saturday's oponents Coleraine.