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League One Travel Guide
Wednesday, 26th Jun 2019 17:01

Town’s supporter liaison officer, Liz Edwards, has compiled a comprehensive guide to following the Blues away from home during the 2019/20 League One campaign.

The Blues will be visiting some unfamiliar towns and grounds covering 8,200 miles during their first season in the third tier for 62 years.

The guide can be found in PDF format here.

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Hipsterectomy added 17:54 - Jun 26
I bet she’s been working hard on this for years

alfromcol added 20:34 - Jun 26
Good bit of work, Thanks

monty_radio added 20:42 - Jun 26
This is a great piece of work.

StNeotsBlue added 22:06 - Jun 26
Peterborough will happily give us a much larger allocation if required, the whole end if we want it and they'll relocate season ticket holders.

ronnyd added 22:36 - Jun 26
Very good read in itself. Thanks for that.

bobble added 23:27 - Jun 26
we managed to get to league one perfectly with out a travel guide last year...

NorthLondonBlue2 added 00:13 - Jun 27
Really good guide - thanks!

We're going to sell out our allocation to all the smaller clubs, including Southend, aren't we?

What's the best chance of getting away tickets, without signing up for an away match passport, which I can't do?

SamWhiteUK added 09:57 - Jun 27
Great work, but is this an official ITFC document?

Because if it is, it looks like crap

JewellintheTown added 10:44 - Jun 27
This is brilliant info, well organised and laid out! I don't care about the "design", its the clear and well organised info I'm after, and I'm a graphic designer by trade.
Liz, if you're reading this, we love ya! Great work! Thanks for this.

NotSure added 12:16 - Jun 27
It looks great and a good read but technology has made these sort of guides redundant nowadays.

linhdi added 14:00 - Jun 27
Re getting tickets for low capacity / high demand games. If you're a season ticket holder, get a gold card membership. If you are not a season ticket holder, get a silver membership. If you don't live in Ipswich, you have a good chance of being able to buy in the home end at some, but not all, grounds. If desperate or flush, early booking of hospitality or matchday sponsorship works - and it should be cheaper in League One than in the Championship.

TimmyH added 20:44 - Jun 28
Down the long and winding road that leads to nowhere...

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