Tonight’s Premiership match at home to Larne

Posted : 22nd November 2022 at 09:41:40

Linfield return to Windsor Park this evening for a rearranged fixture with Larne in the Danske Bank NIFL Premiership.

Members and season tickets

Linfield members and season tickets are valid for this game.

Premier seat passes

Premier seat passes are valid for this game

Match Tickets and admission

Tickets remain on sale for all supporters using this link

Match tickets are priced at Adults £12 and Concessions £8.

Linfield fans will be seated in the South Stand for this game with Larne fans housed in the upper tier of the North Stand.

Gates open at 6:15pm for both sets of supporters.

Windsor Superstore

The Linfield Superstore will be open from 1:30pm-5pm and 6:30pm-7:45pm.

Match day Programme

Look at Linfield returns for this evening’s game priced at £3 and contains an interview with Chris McKee, visitors’ article, and much more. It is also part of a double issue programme for Saturday’s Premiership game with Crusaders.


The Junior Blues mascot is 10-year-old Cienna Montgomery whose favourite player is Chris Shields.

Match officials

This evening’s game will be refereed by Ross Dunlop. His Assistants are Stephen Bell and Kristian Hanna, with Raymond Crangle as fourth official.

Live stream

There will be No live stream of this game

The Visitors

Larne come into the game top of the league. They extended their unbeaten run on Friday evening by overcoming Dungannon Swifts after an early scare, thanks to a Paul O’Neill brace. The Larne team was as follows: McIntyre, Want, Randall, O'Neill, Bonis, Doherty, Donnelly, Gordon, Bolger, Millar, Cosgrove subs Ferguson (not used), Kelly (not used), Sule (replaced Randall 87), Kearns (not used), Scott (not used), Hughes (not used), Sloan (not used)

The Blues

Linfield will be looking to extend their unbeaten run to 8 games. We come into the game on the back of Friday night’s victory over Ballymena Utd which saw goals on either side of half time from Chris McKee and Jimmy Callacher on his 350th club appearance. The Linfield team was as follows: Johns, Roscoe, Shields, Callacher, Millar, McDaid, M. Clarke, McKee, Finlayson, Mulgrew, Palmer subs Walsh (not used), Newberry (not used), McClean (replaced Palmer 67), Devine (replaced McKee 84), Fallon (not used), Vertainen (replaced McDaid 87), Pepper (replaced Millar 84)

Last meeting

The last time these two sides met, the visitors ran out 4-2 winners at Windsor Park. Linfield’s goals came from Cameron Palmer and an Ethan Devine free kick.

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