FA Cup Date and Prices Confirmed
Friday, 25th Oct 2019 16:45
Town have confirmed that the FA Cup first round tie against Lincoln City at Portman Road will take place on Saturday 9th November (KO 3pm) with tickets at reduced prices.
Adult seats for the Blues’ first game at this stage of the competition since they beat Hastings United 4-0 in 1956 are £10, 65-plus and under-23s tickets are £5 and under-19s £2.
The game, a chance for the Blues to avenge the Imps' 2016/17 third round replay victory at Sincil Bank, has not been chosen for live TV broadcast.
Town last won an FA Cup tie back in January 2010 when they beat Blackpool 2-1 in the third round at Bloomfield Road during Roy Keane’s time in charge.
Since then they have played 14 matches in the competition, four draws and 10 defeats.
Last season they were beaten 1-0 by last Sunday’s opponents Accrington Stanley at the Crown Ground.
Please report offensive, libellous or inappropriate posts by using the links provided.
You need to login in order to post your comments
Blogs 269 bloggers
The Story Behind the Billy Kee Banner by ThatMuhrenCross
Sunday's defeat to Accrington Stanley was the first real low point of what has been a fantastic season following Ipswich Town. The performance on the field was nowhere near the standards we'd expect of a team that was flying high at the top of the table.
History Boys and Renaissance Men by Stowmarket
How many of us who were fortunate enough to have followed ITFC back in 1980 realised at the time that we were indeed blessed to be around to witness the greatest ever Ipswich Town side?
Round Three: Eagle by Kropotkin123
Par was set at five points from one win and two draws. We managed to get a haul of seven points, which means we were two under par. Google promises me that this is an eagle.
Stick With It by Moggasknockdown
Last season, following our most recent derby day disappointment, a late Monday afternoon discussion in the office had prompted a colleague to wonder what he might say to Marcus Evans if he were stuck in a lift with him.
Ipswich Town Polls
[ Vote here ]