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Collection of Reserved Cup Final Tickets

Sun, 28/04/2013 - 20:03

Can all fans, supporters clubs and academy teams who have reserved adult or concession tickets for this weekend's Irish Cup Final please collect and pay for these by Tuesday at 8pm through Ruth at The Superstore. Any tickets not collected by this point will be re-distributed. To date, our ticket allocation is sold out therefore it is essential that these tickets are collected.

On Tuesday evening, the club expects to have the Railway Stand tickets on sale as well. These will be sold on a first come, first served basis.

More Irish Cup Final Tickets Available

Sun, 28/04/2013 - 15:31

Following extensive negotiations and a review of the exit and entry requirements the club are delighted to announce that temporary seating will be installed in the Railway End for Glentoran supporters for next Saturday's Marie Curie Irish Cup Final against Cliftonville. There is an allocation of 500 seats and we expect to have tickets on sale in the superstore by Tuesday evening. Please contact Ruth at the Superstore to reserve your ticket

Superstore opening hours this week

Sun, 28/04/2013 - 14:00

The Superstore will be open this week in the lead up to Saturday's Irish Cup Final as follows:

Monday 5pm to 8pm

Tuesday 4pm to 9pm

Wednesday 4pm to 8pm

Saturday 9.30am to 11.30am

We will be open on Thursday and Friday in Connswater Shopping Centre as follows:

Thursday 9.30am to 8pm

Friday 9.30am to 6pm

A few Irish Cup match prepared shirts for sponsorship at £100 are still available.  Anyone who is interested please see Ruth in the Superstore.

Irish Cup Final Countdown

Sun, 28/04/2013 - 13:37

As part of the build-up for next Saturday's Irish Cup Final against Cliftonville at Windsor Park, glentoran.com will be reliving some of the greatest Cup Final memories in the club's 130 year history. Glentoran have won the Irish Cup on 20 occasions starting all the way back in 1914. Since then Glentoran established themselves as one of the best sides in the country, consistently winning the famous competition. In the 1980s and 1990s, The Glens won The Cup an incredible 8 times, four of which in a row from 1985-1988.

Andy Waterworth wins coveted award

Sat, 27/04/2013 - 20:58

At today's game the 'Player of the Year' award, organised by Castlereagh GSC, was won by Andy Waterworth. In 42 starts this season Waterworth has netted 23 goals and now has scored 64 in 213 matches.

Waterworth, whose grandfather, Noel McCarthy captained a very successful Glentoran side in the 50's, topped today's poll with Jay Magee finishing second and Elliott Morris third. 

Congratulations Andy from everyone at Glentoran. 

Nixon finishes in style

Sat, 27/04/2013 - 17:25

The script couldn’t have been written better in this final League game of the season as Glentoran legend Colin Nixon came off the bench to score a late equaliser in his final game at the Oval for Glentoran.  Nicky had made his way to the dugout before the game via a guard of honour from both teams hoping to be given the chance to make his 793rd appearance for his beloved Glens.

Elliott Morris Testimonial

Sat, 27/04/2013 - 09:51

 

As part of his Testimonial season this year, Elliott Morris is offering 2 lucky Glentoran Supporters the chance of a unique IRISH CUP EXPERIENCE, which will inlcude:

Pre Match meal at the Oval with Players and Staff

Travel both to and from the Match

2 x Adult Tickets for North Stand

Post match meal with players on return to the Oval

Glentoran FC Statement

Fri, 26/04/2013 - 16:20

We wish to confirm that despite rumours to the contrary, neither the Chairman of Glentoran Football Club nor anyone connected to the club have invited deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness to attend the Irish Cup Final as a guest of the club. 

Board of Directors, Glentoran FC

Bar information for Saturday

Fri, 26/04/2013 - 16:10

 

Well, the last home game of the season sees us welcome Coleraine to East Belfast and hopefully  the team can end the League season on a high.

The Premier Lounge will open at 12:30pm and we will have live coverage of Man City v West Ham (KO 12:45pm). We then have live exclusive coverage of the Glens v Coleraine match on all screens in the bar from 3pm and we finish the season with another  big game as Newcastle host Liverpool at 5:30pm.

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