Turnstiles open at 1.00pm and in the build-up to the game there will be balloon modellers and free face-painting for everyone.
The Irish Cup Final has traditionally been a fantastic day out for the family and this season’s showpiece finale should not disappoint.
Over 8,000 fans will be at the Oval tomorrow, with 2000 temporary seats having been installed at the ground to ensure that supply of tickets met the demand and we all look forward to a great day out.
At half-time, three supporters from each club will take to the pitch for their own Irish Cup Final penalty shootout.
The last time the Oval hosted the Final was back in May 1995 when Linfield retained the Cup with a 3-1 win over Carrick Rangers and tomorrow this prestigious Cup will be handed over for the 135th time.
The naming rights for this year’s Final have been given to Marie Curie.
Marie Curie was the official charity partner of the Irish Football Association for two years and were given the naming rights of the 2013 and 2014 Finals.
This provided them with a tremendous platform to raise awareness of the charity and by giving them the naming rights of this season’s Final will allow them to continue to raise awareness of the great work that they do.
To recognise the fantastic work that Marie Curie nurses do for people who are terminally ill and their loved ones, there will be a minute’s applause before kick-off.
The fans at the game can play an important part in making this Final memorable for all the right reasons, so please show your support to not only your team, but to the occasion itself and local football as a whole.