Your Irish League post-split game-by-game guide to every club’s fixtures

Northern Ireland Football League officials have confirmed the post-split fixture list as follows across the top and bottom sections of the Danske Bank Premiership:


Saturday, May 1 (3pm unless stated): Coleraine v Cliftonville, Crusaders v Larne (5.30pm), Glentoran v Linfield.

Tuesday, May 4 (all 7.45pm): Cliftonville v Larne, Glentoran v Coleraine, Linfield v Crusaders.

Glenavon and Linfield players will feature across the two post-split Danske Bank Premiership fixtures sections. Pic by Pacemaker

Saturday, May 15 (3pm unless stated): Crusaders v Coleraine (5.30pm), Glentoran v Cliftonville, Linfield v Larne.

Tuesday, May 25 (7.45pm unless stated): Cliftonville v Crusaders, Coleraine v Linfield, Larne v Glentoran (7.30pm).

Saturday, May 29 (all 5.30pm): Cliftonville v Linfield, Glentoran v Crusaders, Larne v Coleraine.


Friday, April 30 (7.30pm): Dungannon Swifts v Carrick Rangers.

Saturday, May 1 (all 3pm): Ballymena United v Glenavon, Portadown v Warrenpoint Town.

Tuesday, May 4 (7.45pm unless stated): Carrick Rangers v Ballymena United (7.30pm), Dungannon Swifts v Warrenpoint Town, Glenavon v Portadown.

Friday, 14 May (7.30pm): Glenavon v Warrenpoint Town.

Saturday, May 15 (all 3pm): Dungannon Swifts v Ballymena United, Portadown v Carrick Rangers.

Tuesday, May 25 (all 7.45pm): Ballymena United v Warrenpoint Town, Carrick Rangers v Glenavon, Portadown v Dungannon Swifts.

Saturday, May 29 (all 5.30pm): Ballymena United v Portadown, Glenavon v Dungannon Swifts, Warrenpoint Town v Carrick Rangers.

The provisional European play-off dates are as follows:

Tuesday, June 1: 6th v 7th.

Friday, June 4 June: semi-finals.

Monday, June 7: final.


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