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13 March 2013

Blues' fans from around the globe heading to Portman Road

The fourth annual ITFC Supporters’ Day takes place on Saturday with Blues fans from around the globe heading to Portman Road. 

Supporters will have the chance to meet Club management and players, plus take part in a number of other activities, all in a social setting.  

At lunchtime Town’s new joint managing director Ian Milne and two first-team players will be at the Mulberry Tree pub on Woodbridge Road.  They’ll meet with fans and take part in a question and answer session.  

The Supporters’ Day will continue after the game with a range of activities in Legends Bar, with a bar extension to 7pm.  

Come along and find out about the ITFC Charitable Trust’s archive project – Town memorabilia with be on display with a chance to talk to Pat Godbold (secretary to Sir Alf and Sir Bobby!) and representatives from the archive project.  

Find out also how you can get involved and contribute to creating a record of the Club’s history.  There will also be special guest appearances from ex-players and a current first-team player and a chance to pitch your skills against other Town fans on the Wii.  

The Wales v England Six Nations decider will be shown on the screens.

The events are organised and run by the Ipswich Town Supporters' Club. 

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