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8 March 2017

Birmingham game will see Town spotlight on the fairer sex

With International Women’s Day celebrated around the world today, the Club have revealed that the match against Birmingham on April 1 will be designated Ladies Day at Portman Road. 

The Club are looking at hosting a number of activities on the day. Town season ticket holder and athlete, Katy Sealy, who has represented Belize in the Olympics, will be among the Club’s guests at the game and it’s hoped other successful sportswomen who have represented their country at top international level will also be in attendance, while in the FanZone, Town are looking at promoting ladies in the football and entertainment world.  

Town's Community Champions for the Wolves game: Tracy and Kelly 

There will be skill demonstrations from the Ipswich Town Ladies football team, while Planet Blue will have ladies merchandise available at discounted prices. 

There is also a discount drinks offer planned for girls in the FanZone and possibly in Legends after the game, with the Club also looking to honour the fairer sex with other promotions. Full details to follow soon. 

Town's home game against Newcastle on Monday, April 17 will honour the memory of Sir Bobby Robson.  

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