Season Ticket Holder Event Ahead of Swansea Match
Friday, 12th Apr 2019 20:39
Town are hosting another event for season ticket holders in the FanZone ahead of the Easter Monday game against Swansea, this time focusing on the academy.
Last month nearly 500 season ticket holders were at the first event before the Nottingham Forest match to hear boss Paul Lambert speak about the Blues’ future.
Lambert is set to attend the next event, this time alongside academy staff including Lee O’Neill, who remains the academy manager as well as club’s general manager of football operations, where they will outline the importance of Town’s youth set-up. A number of Blues legends will also be appearing.
The event runs from 11.30am with a complimentary Portman Pie and a drink on offer.
Places are available on a first-come, first-served basis and places can be secured by visiting itfcdirect.com and logging in using the customer number on season tickets from Monday 15th April until Thursday of the same week and is only open to season ticket holders who weren’t at the Forest event.
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