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Match Preview: Glentoran Women v Mid Ulster Ladies

Thu, 23/05/2024 - 23:20

Friday 24th May

Kick Off 7.45pm

Tomorrow evening the champions welcome Mid Ulster Ladies to the Blanchflower for our second game in this season’s Sports Direct Women’s Premiership.

The Tyrone based visitors finished ninth in last season’s table and the fixtures haven’t been kind to them so far, as they’ve started the new term with heavy defeats to Crusaders (away) and Cliftonville (home).

Club Statement: The Northern Ireland Football Fund

Wed, 22/05/2024 - 20:00

Glentoran Football Club welcomes the announcement from Minister Gordon Lyons on his plans to release funding under the Northern Ireland Football Fund programme. We are pleased the Minister has emphasised both need and social value. Our need has been established and we are confident our plans are in alignment with the Minister’s vision of a legacy project for East Belfast and for football in Northern Ireland.

Coaching: Welcome back Tim

Mon, 20/05/2024 - 19:00

The club is very pleased to welcome Glentoran legend Tim McCann back to the role of first team coach with immediate effect.

Declan Devine said of his decision to appoint Tim: “Tim is Glentoran through and through an outstanding coach and someone who knows the values of the club. In my opinion he has been associated with some of the best Glentoran successes in recent years and brings a desire and work ethic to help us build  the squad moving forward. I’m delighted to welcome Tim to the coaching staff and look forward to working alongside him.”

Sligo Rovers Women 1-5 Glentoran Women

Sun, 19/05/2024 - 21:51

Glentoran finished a disappointing 2024 Avenir All Island Cup campaign with this much better away win at Sligo Showgrounds.

Kerry Beattie gave the Glens the lead after 18 minutes when she finished off from a blocked shot from Demi Vance.

Rovers equalised 5 minutes before the break through skipper Muireann Devaney, but the stalemate lasted just 2 minutes before the fleet footed Kelly Bailie brought the ball down before firing home for her third goal in three games. Advantage Glens at the break.

Coaching: Mark Ferguson

Thu, 16/05/2024 - 17:03

First Team Coach Mark Ferguson has left the Club. Fergie joined Glentoran in September 2023 and we thank him for his contribution over the past season. During his time at the Bet McLean Oval Fergie has been a popular figure among players, staff and volunteers, we wish him well in his future endeavours.

Season Tickets 2024-25

Wed, 15/05/2024 - 10:19

We are pleased to announce that 2024/25 Season Tickets will be available from Monday 20th May 2024  for supporters to purchase via our ticket page from Monday next (20th May).

  • There will be no increase in costs for this season
  • There will be no Away Scheme membership

This season supporters will have 2 options:

NI call-up for Casey

Tue, 14/05/2024 - 20:53

Congratulations to Casey Smyth who has been selected for the Northern Ireland Under 17 squad to face England and Morocco in international challenge matches next week. The games will be a Tri-Nations Tournament at St George’s Park, The FA’s National Training Centre in Staffordshire.

This is great recognition for Casey, who made his first team debut for Glentoran  in September of last season v Crusaders at Seaview in the County Antrim Shield before spending the latter half of the season on loan to Dundela in the Playr-Fit Championship.

Comber Rec Ladies 0-18 Glentoran Women

Tue, 14/05/2024 - 00:18

The free scoring Glens commenced their quest for this year’s Toal’s Women’s County Antrim Cup with this heavy away win over NIWFA Championship side Comber Rec this evening. No fewer than 11 Glens players hit the scoresheet.

Kim Turner used this evening’s game to give first team debuts to young players Lily Jeffrey, Rhianna Brady, Kirsten Farley, with Clodagh Maguire, Sophie McKnight, Beth Donnan and Amy Majury on the subs bench.

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