All the ways to follow tonight's game against Derby County at Portman Road
Town take on Derby County at Portman Road in the Sky Bet Championship tonight and you can keep up to date with all the action from the build up to kick-off, the 90 minutes itself, as well as reports and post-match interviews after the final whistle.
Here’s how to follow the game:
Ipswich Town’s official website will keep you updated throughout the week, as well as every matchday throughout the season. We bring you interviews from within the camp, team line-ups, match report of every single game and reaction from Mick McCarthy and one of his players after the final whistle.
Don’t forget the website will also keep you up-to-date with everything that happens at the club, from signings, interviews, information about opponents, in addition to the Academy and any off-field events.
If you want to get closer to the action on matchdays, our premium online service, Ipswich Player, has full live audio commentary- in association with BBC Radio Suffolk.
If that isn’t enough for you, Ipswich Player offers extended highlights of every fixture we are involved in, which are available to view from midday the following day.
Subscribing to Ipswich Player allows you to watch exclusive interviews with the players and the manager as the Club builds up to matchday and special behind-the-scenes videos. The service also has videos from the past and classic matches available.
Remember, for a limited time only, Ipswich Player is absolutely FREE for 14 days! So get yourself signed up now to be at the heart of the action!
Town’s official YouTube channel offers snippets of interviews with the players and Mick McCarthy, match highlights where you can relive the best of the action from the game and exclusive behind-the-scenes features.
Subscribe to Town’s official YouTube Channel to be at the heart of everything that goes on behind the scenes at the training ground and Portman Road.
If you can’t get to a game, or live away from the area, you can still stay updated with every kick by following us on Twitter.
The Town media team run minute-by-minute updates during matches, so you can still feel as if you are live at the game.
Images are uploaded during the match, so you can see action shots of how the players celebrated their goals.
After the match quotes from the manager’s interview will be tweeted as well as player’s thoughts and feelings.
The Club’s Twitter also enables you to keep involved with the club every day of the week, with news stories, events and plenty more updated daily.
Like the Twitter page, Town’s official Facebook offers regular updates and photos during matches.
Like our Facebook page if you want to find out about any events from the Club and receive all the latest stories from our official website.
The page is also a great way to interact with other supporters. You can share your views and opinions on matches, signings and anything else that is Town related.
Another social media channel that is growing rapidly in audience.
Follow us on Instagram to see behind-the-scenes images- something that is proving popular on away trips. We post regular images from matchdays, as well as interviews, behind-the-scenes shots and classic images from our archives.
The latest way to get all the information from your Club. Launched this week, Ipswich Wall can be found via the official Town website or by following the link www.wall.itfc.co.uk/Event/Ipswich_Wall
The Wall brings all of Town’s media channels together – so you can see posts from Facebook, Tweets from Twitter, videos from YouTube and pictures posted on Instagram, all in one place.
The great thing is, it isn’t just information from within the Club, the Wall encourages you to become involved, vote for who you think put in a man of the match performance and much more. Tweet about the Club and your tweet could appear on the Wall!
24 hours a day, seven days a week, 355 days a year- everything you would want to know about Ipswich Town will be posted on the Ipswich Wall.
With all the ways to follow Town, you’re sure to never miss a moment of action.
Come on You Blues!