Want to Play at Portman Road?
Friday, 7th Dec 2018 17:30
Town are after players for this season’s Portman Cup in which fans are given the opportunity to grace the hallowed Portman Road turf.
This season’s game takes place on Friday 24th May 2019 and offers supporters the chance to be part of a team playing a 90-minute match managed by a Town legend.
Last summer a side led by Kieron Dyer claimed a controversial 4-3 victory over an Alan Lee-managed team.
As well as the opportunity to grace the Portman Road turf, the day includes use of the dressing rooms and dugouts, personalised kit, award presentations, a post-match meal for the player and a guest, a commemorative DVD and a photo CD.
If you’re interested in taking part in the Portman Cup, which costs £250 + VAT per person, or want more information, call Town’s sales team on 01473 400594 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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