Club to match tickets donated by fans for West Brom fixture
Town will be matching the number of tickets donated to charity by fans for our fixture against West Brom next Friday.
Blues fan, Karl Fuller originally offered two tickets to the game against the Baggies to somebody who couldn't otherwise afford to go and his fellow supporters, heartened by the gesture, soon did the same, culminating in £2,400 being donated.
Re my last tweet...It's not much but I'd like to buy someone a pair of tickets for @Official_ITFC v WBA for Friday 23rd Nov who couldn't ordinarily afford to go. I know it's a ticket promotion game, but would still like to help someone. Please reply if interested. #itfc— Karl Fuller (@fullerflavour) November 10, 2018
These tickets will be donated to local charities & schools.
Town are now matching the generosity of the supporters and will be offering the same amount of tickets to the four main charities the Club are working with this season: EACH, Suffolk Mind, Samaritans & The Elena Baltacha Foundation, meaning hundreds tickets will have been distributed to charities/schools for the game on Black Friday.
This is absolutely amazing work by @fullerflavour & the #itfc fans!— Ipswich Town FC (@Official_ITFC) November 16, 2018
We are delighted to be able to confirm that we will be matching the amount of tickets & donating them to @EACH_hospices, @samaritans, @SuffolkMind & @ElenaFoundation!
Yesterday, the Club announced a new school ticket scheme which will see free tickets given away to local primary schools, which will also kick-off at the West Brom fixture.
Tickets are still available at a heavily discounted rate for next Friday's game, with entry at £10 or under for everybody. Buy Now.