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17 April 2018

U19s entry for a quid, packed Fanzone as Bryan takes charge for first home game again

Tickets are selling well for Town’s clash against promotion-chasing Aston Villa on Saturday in what will be caretaker boss Bryan Klug’s first game in charge at Portman Road.

More than 17,000 tickets have already been sold, with all U19s able to watch the game for £1. U13s will have to be accompanied by a paying adult.

Villa have already sold out their 2000 allocation.

The FanZone will be open at midday and will also be open after the game until 6pm, with loads of activities for all the family.

The Elena Baltacha Tennis Foundation will be present, as will Suffolk Cricket and a Panini 2018 World Cup ‘sticker shop swap’ will be available from midday.

Punk band The Kicks will be performing and live Premier League football (West Brom v Liverpool 12.30 kick-off) will also be shown.

Boots2Africa will be back at Portman Road and are looking for Town fans to donate boots, trainers and old kits providing they are in good condition.
Legends will close at half-time.


Full list of Saturday’s Fanzone activities:

Playing Live – The Kicks

Live Premier League football West Brom v Liverpool 12.30pm kick-off

Greene King vehicle

Suffolk Event catering serving hot dogs, burgers, soft drinks and more

CoffeeLink serving tea, coffee and hot chocolate

Panini World Cup sticker swap shop

Suffolk Cricket

Elena Baltacha Tennis Foundation


Face Painting

Five-a-side football

Penalty shoot-out









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