Glentoran FC is delighted to announce that both Paul O’Neill and Navid Nasseri have agreed contract extensions with the club.
First Glentoran goals from Cameron Stewart and Cricky Gallagher – one in each half – helped Glentoran to a hard worked and convincing win at Solitude this afternoon, our first win there in nearly four years. This extended our unbeaten Danske Bank Premiership run to seven matches. In that period, we have taken nineteen points out of a possible twenty-one, representing our strongest league run since the start of the 2012/13 season.
Glentoran FC is delighted to announce the signing of central defender Keith Cowan, and to welcome Keith to the Oval.
Keith, from Ramelton in County Donegal, has spent his entire senior career to date with his boyhood club, Finn Harps in the League of Ireland, most recently as captain in the SSE Airtricity Premiership. He made over 240 appearances for Harps before this week announcing his intention to leave Finn Park.
Saturday 30 November 2019, Kick Off 3.00 pm
On Saturday afternoon we travel to Solitude for the second time in eleven days, this time for our second Danske Bank Premiership meeting with Cliftonville.
The NIFL Premiership game against Cliftonville on Saturday 30th November KO 3pm at Solitude will be a ticketed match.
Tickets will be on sale from the secretary's office at the Oval from 9am to 3pm Monday to Thursday this week, at the Superstore on Thursday 4.30pm to 8pm and at Westbourne GSC on Friday.
Prices are Adults £12 and Concessions £8.
Cash sales only and it would be appreciated if supporters have the correct change as this would speed up the sales process.
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Fresh from his hat trick heroics against Dungannon Swifts on Saturday, Robbie McDaid went straight to the Oval Milk Bar to receive yet another Player of the Year 2018/19 award - this the Victoria Glentoran Supporters' Club Roy Manson Player of the Year Award. Roy Manson's grandsons flew over from Manchester with their parents to present Robbie the trophy in their late grandad's name.
Glentoran made it six wins in seven Danske Bank Premiership games with an emphatic 6-1 win against Dungannon Swifts at the Oval this afternoon. The last time the two teams met, at Stangmore Park in August, the Glens were on the wrong end of a 3-1 score line in what was probably our worst performance of the season. Today was different and although we hit 6 goals you feel that there is still more to come from this side.
Glentoran's Demi Vance has been named Women's Player of the Year by the Northern Ireland Football League.
Demi - who first joined the club as a fifteen year-old - played a pivital role in the season just past, as Glentoran Women won the Irish Cup, League Cup and County Antrim Cup as well as a third place finish in the league. She was also a regular starter in Kenny Shiels' Northern Ireland team.
A full story will appeare here in the coming days.
Glentoran Football Club is delighted to announce that the club’s highly successful Groundhopper Tour initiative has been shortlisted in the Eastside Award for Tourism Experience at the 2020 Eastside Awards.
The initiative was devised and is managed by the club’s Commercial Manager, Simon Wallace. Simon spoke to www.glentoran.com on being told of the shortlisting:
Back to the Oval tomorrow after four weeks away and a jam packed edition of your multi-award winning Glentoran Gazette. Stephen Lowry keeps us up to date on all that’s going on at the Academy, Henry Muldrew is in nostalgic mood as he reflects on the recent visit of the Legends to the Oval and, talking of Legends, Eddy Patrick chats with 250 Club member Barney Bowers. John Grayden interviews recent signing Navid Nasseri and gives his take on Kieran Lucid’s plans for an all-Ireland league, Sam Robinson brings together two Glenmen who are experts in their field and Brian McClelland relates t