Cliftonville return to action in tomorrow night’s Europa League Play-Off Semi-Final with Ballymena United – and the Red Army have a big role to play.
As Barry Gray and his players bid to bounce back from the disappointment of Saturday’s Irish Cup Final defeat to Coleraine, we want our supporters to once again turn out in numbers and get behind the team from the start.
Admission to the game – which will be played to a finish, with Extra-Time and penalties if required – is set at £11 for Adults and £7 for Concessions, so be sure to bring your family and friends along and let’s see if we can generate another memorable atmosphere under the Solitude lights.
Cliftonville are the only team to have participated in the Europa League Play-Offs in every year since their inception, memorably winning the inaugural event when Glentoran were overcome in 2016 before suffering a Semi-Final loss to Glenavon 12 months ago.
Ballymena, meanwhile, were the overall winners of last season’s competition and will be bidding to reach back-to-back Finals when they lock horns with the Reds for the sixth time in the 2017/18 campaign.