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Glens face Institute in League Cup

Wed, 29/08/2012 - 15:10


Glentoran have been drawn away to Institute in the third round of the IRN-BRU League Cup.  The full draw is:

Cliftonville v Ballinamallard United
Coagh United v Lisburn Distillery
Coleraine v Linfield
Ballymena United v Harland and Wolff Welders
Institute v Glentoran
Carrick Rangers v Crusaders
Glenavon v Dergview
Bangor v Portadown

Tickets for the Danske Bank Premiership fixture against Linfield are now available

Wed, 29/08/2012 - 14:36

Tickets for our Danske Bank Premiership fixture against Linfield on Saturday 1st September are now available at all our official ticket outlets. 

For a full list of outlets click HERE

Tickets can also be purchased online HERE

Grandstand Tickets are priced at £10 adult and £8 concession.

Sydenham Terrace tickets are priced at £8 adult and £6 concession.

Alan McDonald Trust - NI Legends v QPR Legends

Wed, 29/08/2012 - 13:47


Tickets will be on sale for the Northern Ireland Legends v Queens Park Rangers Legends in aid of the Alan McDonald Trust at Seaview on Monday 10th August from the Glentoran Superstore from Friday 31st August.

Opening hours: Friday 31st August 9.30am to 4pm, Saturday 1st September 12.30pm to 5pm

Tickets for the South Stand (St Vincent Street entrance) are priced at £10 (adult) and £7 (concession).

Hurry and get your ticket for what will be a great night for a wonderful cause.

Shirt Sponsorship 2012-13

Sun, 19/08/2012 - 14:20


As in previous years we are offering supporters and supporters clubs the opportunity to sponsor a players shirt for the 2012/13 season. The cost of this sponsorship is £150.

The 2012/13 Season Shirt produced by Kukri also features Glentoran Community Trust and Phoneticis sponsorship logos on the right sleeve.

Sponsorship includes:

Glenavon 1-1 Glentoran

Sat, 18/08/2012 - 17:49


A late equaliser from Matty Burrows denied Glentoran three points at a sunny Mourneview Park this afternoon.  Manager Eddie Patterson made two changes to the starting line up for last week’s victory over Donegal Celtic, with Eamonn Murray coming in for the injured Jim O’Hanlon, and Jimmy Callacher replacing Richard Clarke, perhaps in response to Glenavon’s reportedly robust approach at Solitude last week.