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East Anglian Derby All-Ticket
Tuesday, 10th Oct 2017 17:43

Town have issued a reminder to fans that the East Anglian derby at home to Norwich City on Sunday 22nd October is all-ticket (KO midday).

Tickets will remain on sale at Planet Blue until 10.30am on the day of the match and on ITFC Direct until kick-off.

Only fans with a previous purchase history at Town will be entitled to buy seats in home areas with the Canaries having sold out their allocation.


The match, which is certain to have Portman Road’s biggest attendance of the season so far, is live on Sky Sports.


Danny Baker Live! Good Time Charlie's Back. Ipswich Regent Theatre, Ipswich, Thursday 10th May 2018 at 19:30. Get your tickets before they sell out.

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uefacup81 added 18:08 - Oct 10
In other news this afternoon:

"Pope in 'is Catholic' shocker"
"You'll never guess what this bear did in the woods..."
"Millions amazed to discover that fire is hot"
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textbackup added 18:45 - Oct 10
If you claim to be a Town fan, and aren't at this game, you aren't a fan (obvious exceptions apply)
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Pumpee1980 added 20:26 - Oct 10
Doing a 350 mile round trip to be at this game so let's have a win please town!
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kallyweed added 20:45 - Oct 10
Coning down from Cov for this!
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Westy added 20:53 - Oct 10
I hope every fan that claims to love the Club makes the effort to go. Kick-off time doesn't help but Naaarwich have sold their allocation. It will be embarrassing if we do not also sell out, but I fear that for the third time running, it won't be.
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kingcarloss added 21:10 - Oct 10
24k if we're lucky.
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Nazemariner added 22:25 - Oct 10
No sh1t Sherlock!
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carsey added 23:09 - Oct 10
I reckon this is our best chance for many years to stick one on Narwich so it would be good to fill the ground. Sadly I doubt this will happen for all sorts of reasons not least because many still find McCarthy an odious, arrogant, individual and until he disappears they will not return.
I happen to agree with those opinions but I still go and support the team if not the clown who coaches it.
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Currie10 added 00:09 - Oct 11
Carsey I feel you're right. We've clear as day for various reasons got many stay away fans from home games now.

Crowds would certainly if in the championship unless we're having a 14/15 season go up immediately a good amount upon Mick's dept.

However, if results aren't good then I'd imagine we'd be back to square one with gates.
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Westy added 07:23 - Oct 11
If you go to one game a Season, then make it this one ! And where the colours - too many Ipswich fans don't.
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trncbluearmy added 08:28 - Oct 11
Round trip of 4000 miles for this
No excuses, everyone who is a Town fan who are able needs to be there

WE WILL WIN
COYB
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clivebleedingthomas added 09:10 - Oct 11
Good on you trncbluearmy.
Round trip of 2000 miles for my son and me. All who consider themselves to be Town fans, and can make it, should put any grumbles about past and present management issues behind them. Get behind the team from start to finish of match and, who knows, we might get that elusive victory - and we will be able to say " we were there".
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DifferentClassDougie added 09:50 - Oct 11
I reckon only 22k this year and 2000 of them Norwich fans. Our support is an embarrassment for this game.
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trncbluearmy added 11:03 - Oct 11
It could be only 5000 and our support would never be an embarrassment against scum,numbers ain`t everything,passion is.

Anyways 25000 plus for this one

COYB
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Seasider added 16:00 - Oct 11
Congrats to those fans who are travelling such vast distances,makes us coming up from Essex like popping next door !
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lightingblue added 17:40 - Oct 11
Can’t we do a 1945 kick the night before good Friday. Can go and get a handy few beers in before the game
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