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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, 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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Sourdough added 18:04 - Jan 8
Any money raised should go to the Beattie fund, not into the disgusting owner's pocket.

Bad call Liz.

linhdi added 19:34 - Jan 8
It was agreed with ITFC at the start of the season that first team player events would support the Academy, as per the last decade or so. But Liz is on the Beat Goes On fundraising committee, and there will be many special events to raise funds, some of which we hope to promote at the London 29th Jan evening. Horry is running a fundraiser in London to watch the Norwich away game, and that is well worth supporting if you're not at the match.

coolcat added 22:19 - Jan 8
I'm a London based season ticket holder & go to the London events every year.. However, circs are against me that eve, so will be the first time I am going to miss most of it. But as these events are so rare in London, will make an effort to get there, even if only for 5 mins. Like many other London based supporters, I travel by public transport to all the matches. I think it's a privilege to meet players and staff from the club you support & this time with the bonus of being in the area, especially now as the club is going through a difficult time..

Due to cost and travelling on my own late at night, I don't get to go to the majority of on the road events being as they are based in and around the Ipswich area. Pity they don't do at least two in London. There are many London based fans who miss out on this. There is always a great turnout at the London events, as well. Going to these matches regularly (missed just 3 this season) I do feel like you're with them every step of the way & I think Paul Lambert has made a real difference. I will be buying a ticket anyway and fingers crossed will be able to make it.

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