Tuesday’s Sponsors

Glenavon FC is very grateful for the support of our sponsors for Tuesday’s game against Crusaders. We’d ask you to support them whenever possible.

Dr. Stephen Best of SB Mental Health, sponsors of the Match, pictured with Glenavon Treasurer Frazer Follis. Photo by Philip Hawthorne

Dr. Stephen Best of SB Mental Health, sponsors of the Match, pictured with Glenavon Treasurer Frazer Follis. Photo by Philip Hawthorne

Eddie Drury with Ball Sponsors Jo-Ann Dobson MLA and Colin McCusker, Deputy Mayor of Craigavon. Photo by Brian Bain

Eddie Drury with Ball Sponsors Jo-Ann Dobson MLA and Colin McCusker, Deputy Mayor of Craigavon. Photo by Brian Bain

Glenavon Director Ken Cardwell presents Jordan Dane with his Man of the Match Award on behalf of the sponsor David Cromie who unfortunately was ill and unable to attend the game. Photo by Brian Bain

Glenavon Director Ken Cardwell presents Jordan Dane with his Man of the Match Award on behalf of the sponsor David Cromie who unfortunately was ill and unable to attend the game. Photo by Brian Bain

Very Sad News

Everyone at Glenavon Football Club is deeply saddened to hear of the passing of Mandy Glendinning, wife of our former player Mark who was a member of our 1997 cup winning team.

Mandy had been in hospital in recent times and our thoughts and prayers are with Mark, his sons Ross and Reece, and the entire family circle at this very sad time.

Ticket News – Update

Latest news: The club has received the second batch of Upper Deck tickets and these will be available for sale tonight. In addition it would be greatly appreciated if those who supporters who ordered upper deck tickets earlier in the week could collect them tonight.

A reminder that BlueZone is open on Thursday from 5-7 pm for the sale of Irish Cup Final tickets. Note that credit and debit cards cannot be accepted.

From tomorrow both Lower and Upper tier tickets will be available from Moutray’s filling station and Skelton Travel, Lurgan.

Linfield Game No Longer All-Ticket

Considering Tuesday’s results in the Danske Bank Premiership which saw Cliftonville retain the title and following discussions between the Club and Craigavon Borough Council, it has been decided to downgrade Saturday’s game and it is no longer designated as ‘all-ticket’.

Anyone already having acquired a ticket can use it to gain admission and those without tickets can pay at the turnstiles.