ITFC Women's FA Cup Tie Moves to John Smith's Stadium
Wednesday, 15th Jan 2020 16:30
Ipswich Town Women’s FA Cup fourth round tie against Huddersfield Town on Sunday 26th January has been moved to the Terriers’ main ground, the 24,500-capacity John Smith’s Stadium.
The Blues will be playing at the fourth round stage for the first time. The tie, which was originally scheduled to be played a the Stafflex Arena, remains a 1pm kick-off.
Huddersfield are currently sixth in the FAWNL League Northern Premier Division, one level above the Blues.
Admission on the gate only is £5 for adults and £3 for concessions (under-16s and over-60s), while under-16s will be admitted for free with a paying adult).
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