Saturday at Windsor Park
Today’s visitors are Dungannon Swifts for another top half/bottom half Sports Direct Premiership tie. Kick off is at 3:00pm and gates open at 1:30pm for all supporters.
Match Tickets and admission
This game is ALL-TICKET, with Linfield supporters accommodated in The South Stand. Away fans will be in the North Stand.
Tickets are available from the online ticketing section of the club website – follow this link:
Alternatively, home fans can purchase their ticket at the Ticket Office in the Railway End of the stadium.
Match ticket prices are Adults £13, Concessions £9, and ‘Kid for a Quid’ is in operation for Under 12s (must be accompanied by an adult).
Members and Season Tickets
Linfield Members and Season Tickets are valid for today’s game.
Premier seat passes are valid for this game. Passes must be produced to gain access to the premium seated area and lounge.
The Linfield Superstore will be open between1.30pm and kick off and for a short period after the game.
A limited edition 16 page Look at Linfield matchday programme is available for today’s game. Cost is just £2.
The December Junior Blues meeting and annual Christmas Party will be held in the Malcolm Brodie Press Suite from 1:30pm. Food will be served from 1:40 and it is hoped that some special guests will be in attendance.
Forever Blue Meeting
The Forever Blue group meets at 2pm in The Noel Bailie Lounge in The South Stand (2nd floor). The special guest is Matt Devaney, president of Dublin club Bohemian FC.
The meeting should end around 2.30 and tea/coffee will be provided.
Supporters are asked to bring chocolate Christmas selection boxes to a collection point behind the Railway Stand.
All donations will be delivered to children in the local area.
Today’s mascots are Asher Anderson (6.), Zayn Asher (4), Noah Adnett (10) and Lucas Gibson (11).
Today’s game will be refereed by Steven Gregg, his assistants are Bogdan Sfirloaga and Brian Wilson, with Ben McMaster as 4th Official.
Both teams come into today’s game on the back of heavy League defeats. When they met at Stangmore Park earlier in the season, Linfield had the better of a 5 goal thriller with goals from Chris McKee, Joel Cooper and Kirk Millar.