Player Awards Evening Tickets on Sale
Tuesday, 18th Apr 2017 16:53
Tickets to the Supporters Club’s Player Awards Evening, which takes place following the final home game of the season against Sheffield Wednesday on Saturday 29th April, are now on sale.
Doors open at 6.15pm with a meet-and-greet with the current first team squad plus coaching staff in Legends Bar where fans can grab photos and autographs.
Following that the awards themselves, including the Supporters Player of the Year, which was won last season by keeper Bartosz Bialkowski, will be handed out Sir Bobby Robson Suite with Radio Suffolk’s Mark Murphy hosting.
The evening, which is in aid of the ITFC Academy and the Lighthouse Women’s Aid, includes a buffet and is scheduled to finish at around 10.30pm.
Tickets cost £23 each and are available from Elizabeth Edwards by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or ringing 07968 876504.
Voting is online on the Supporters Club’s website and in Planet Blue until 28th April. There will be no voting around the ground.
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