ITFC On the Road in London
Tuesday, 8th Jan 2019 15:16
The second ITFC On the Road event of the season is taking place in London on Tuesday 29th January.
The venue is the Horseshoe Pub, 24 Clerkenwell Close, London, EC1R 0AG, where a fantastic welcome from Everton fan Rob and his team is guaranteed.
The evening, which starts at 7.30pm, will include a question and answer session with some of the current first-team players plus members of the off-field management team, as well as a raffle and auction in aid of the ITFC Academy.
Tickets, which cost £5 each, can be obtained from Liz Edwards by email via email@example.com, by phone on 07968 876504 or in person in the FanZone before home games, Legends Bar (Sir Alf Ramsey Stand) after home games or at away games. Please reserve tickets as soon as possible to give an idea of numbers.
The final two ITFC On the Road events of the season will take place at the Gladstone Arms, Combs Ford and at the Dove Street Inn, Ipswich. Dates will be confirmed in due course.
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