Important information for ALL fans coming to Saturday's game against Norwich
It will be the first derby for three years, with the Canaries bringing more than 2000 fans to Portman Road and the gate is set to be the biggest in years at Portman Road. Some areas of the stadium are sold out to home fans and the game is all ticket. There will be no sales on the day.
Programme kiosk outside Churchman’s flats – for those entering Portman Road from Princes Street and entering the Sir Alf Ramsey Stand via turnstiles 1 – 9. Home fans entering via these turnstiles will also be able to purchase programmes inside the Sir Alf Ramsey Stand at the Matchday Essentials kiosk and the programme sales trolley inside turnstiles 59 – 62.
Programme kiosk outside Planet Blue (Portman Road) – for those entering Portman Road from Handford Road / Great Gipping Street and sitting in the Cobbold Stand or Sir Bobby Robson Stand.
Programme kiosk outside Planet Blue (Sir Alf Ramsey Statue) - for those with tickets in the Cobbold Stand or Sir Bobby Robson Stand.
Programme kiosk on corner of Alderman Park – for those with tickets in the East of England Co-Operative Stand or the Sir Bobby Robson Stand.
Programme sales trolley inside East of England Co-Operative Stand turnstiles - further sales to those within the East of England Co-Operative Stand.
Access for fans on the day
Entrance to the Sir Alf Ramsey Stand will be from the junction of Portman Road/Princes Street. Entrance to all other parts of the stadium will be via the Sir Alf Ramsey Way/Handford Road end of Portman Road. Availability of spaces at the Cattle Market Car Park will be greatly reduced.
Town fans who usually use turnstiles 59- 62 to enter the Sir Alf Ramsey Stand (via the maindrive) are unaffected.
“We are working with Suffolk Police to ensure that the derby match is a safe and enjoyable day out for fans of both clubs,” said Town safety officer, Mick Warden.
“Ipswich Town fully supports any activity by the police to minimise disruption and unruly behaviour in and outside the ground.”