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New Away Kit Goes On Sale This Weekend!

Tue, 22/08/2017 - 22:26

The 2017/18 Away Kit will be launched for sale this SUNDAY 27th AUGUST AT 1PM.

The Glentoran Superstore will be open as follows

Sunday 27th August      1pm - 5pm

Monday 28th August     4pm - 7pm

Thursday 31st August   4:30pm - 8pm

Prices are as follows:


Adult £42

Kids £32



Adult £20

Kids £18



Adult £9

Kids £8


On This Day...

Tue, 22/08/2017 - 12:00

On This Day Glentoran.
As from tomorrow (Wednesday 23rd August), the @Glentoran Twitter and Facebook feed will have a new and very interesting asset for its 14,000 followers – “On This Day GFC”. 
All the work of lifelong Glenman Robert Johnston (with some help from “Glentoran: The Complete Record”), this will each day at midday update with key landmarks in Glentoran history that occurred on that date some time in the past 135 years. Some fresh in the memory and some a bit more distant! All of them will mean something to Glentoran supporters of all ages.

Match Preview - Carrick Rangers

Thu, 17/08/2017 - 23:27

Glentoran v Carrick Rangers

Saturday 19 August 2017, 3.00pm.

This Saturday we look to continue our encouraging start to the season, at home to Carrick Rangers.

Carrick come to East Belfast hot on the heels of a very encouraging 1-1 home draw with Ballymena on Tuesday night, following on from an opening 2-0 loss to Linfield at the National Stadium.

Shirt Sponsorship Opportunities 2017/18

Wed, 16/08/2017 - 18:16

2017/18 Sponsorship Opportunities

As in previous years we are offering supporters and supporters clubs the opportunity to sponsor a players shirt for the 2017/18 season. The cost of this sponsorship is £150.

The package available to this season’s sponsors will include:

A signed photo taken with the player.

Sponsor details in the shirt sponsor feature in the GFC matchday programme.

End of season presentation.

Glentoran 2-0 Dungannon Swifts

Tue, 15/08/2017 - 23:55

Glentoran’s early season blend of speed and pressure proved too much for Dungannon Swifts on Tuesday night. Second half goals from John McGuigan and Curtis Allen were enough to give Gary Haveron’s men their second win in as many Danske Bank Premiership games. Haveron stuck with the same starting 11 from Saturday’s win at Ballinamallard, whilst Rodney McAree made three changes to his Dungannon side following their opening day defeat to Coleraine with Teggart, Harpur and Addis coming in for McElroy, Brennan and the suspended Coleman.

Tonight's Gazette

Tue, 15/08/2017 - 12:55

A new season and a new look for your multi-award winning Glentoran Gazette.  Our answer to Michael Parkinson, Eddy Patrick, has interviews with both players and fans, history men Brian McClelland and Roy Downes both have the first of two part stories looking back to the 1940s, there's a fan's view of our 50th anniversary trip to Detroit, Gary Haveron's thoughts on our opening day win at Ballinamallard and Philip Stevenson looks at a remarkable piece of memorabilia which includes the oldest Glentoran team photograph dating back to the 1880s.  All that plus a look at our opponents Dungannon S

Match Preview

Mon, 14/08/2017 - 22:58

On Tuesday evening we welcome Dungannon Swifts to the Oval for our first home game of the season.

Last season our form against Swifts was very mixed with two wins, a draw and a defeat late in the season that effectively handed Swifts the last place in the UEFA play offs.

For the new season Swifts will be without star men Andrew Mitchell (now Glenavon) and Jamie Glackin (Crusaders) but have added Ryan Mayse from Ballinamallard Utd (always a thorn in our side last season),  Liam McMenamin (ex Strabane Athletic) and Nathaniel Ferris (ex Portadown).