Dates for EFL Trophy Games Confirmed
Friday, 19th Jul 2019 15:11
Town have confirmed the dates of their EFL Trophy group games against Colchester, Gillingham and Tottenham’s U21s.
The Blues will host the Spurs youngsters at Portman Road on Tuesday 3rd September (KO 7.45pm), with the Gills in Suffolk on Tuesday 8th October (KO 7.45pm).
Town’s only away game in the group will be against the U’s at their JobServe Community Stadium on Tuesday 12th November (KO 7.30pm).
The club has confirmed that prices for the two Portman Road matches will be £10 for adults, £5 for 65+ and under-23s and £1 for under-19s. Full ticketing details will be released nearer the time.
Further details on the EFL Trophy, which the Blues will be competing in for the first time, can be found here.
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