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GOALS ON FILM

7 December 2012

200 Town crackers on DVD plus launch of new Download to Own option

Just in time for Christmas there is a new DVD treat in store for Blues fans with the launch at the weekend of Goals 2002-2012, a brilliant collection of Town's greatest goals over the past decade.

From brilliant match-winners against Norwich to spectacular strikes from a whole host of goalscorers, Goals 2002-12 features 200 of the best and most significant over that period, including many previously unseen on DVD. 

This is the long-awaited sequel to the hugely popular 200 Great Goals DVD that featured great Blues strikes from 1962 to 2002...
…and now you can Download To Own your favourite Town DVDs straight to your computer, smartphone or connected TV.

When it comes to new technology Town have made a giant leap to the top of the table by becoming the first football club in Britain to offer our DVD catalogue via a brand new Download To Own (DTO) online store.

Planet Blue have embraced the digital revolution by launching their own dedicated service that will bring you the best of the Super Blues at the click of a button.

The top titles like Goals 2002-12 will remain available on physical DVDs because they are still a popular gift item, especially at Christmas. But now you can build your own digital library that you can watch on your laptop, PC, mac, smartphone or connected TV. 

Boys of 81, Official History of Ipswich Town, Match of the Seventies, Road to Europe and the brand new Goals 2002-2012 are the titles available as digital downloads on day one of this new service. And more great titles will be made available soon at itfcshop.co.uk.

The beauty of download to own (DTO) is that fans can download the complete DVD - including the extras and interactive menus - direct to their own computer or enabled device. This overcomes the streaming issues of variable broadband connection speeds because once the digital file is downloaded it gives you exactly the same experience as having the physical DVD.

Fans can choose between a full licence which enables you to play the file on up to five devices and even burn your own physical copy of the DVD, or a 24 hour rental (just like hiring a DVD from Blockbuster without the hassle of leaving home). 

The Download To Own service is provided by the club's DVD production partners VSI Enterprises who will be making the most popular titles in their back catalogue available online. 

Check it out now by visiting www.itfcshop.co.uk.


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