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2 November 2021

Event to be live streamed

Ed Schwartz, Paul Cook, Mark Ashton and Mike O'Leary will be in attendance for a fans' forum at Portman Road on Monday, 8 November.

The evening will be the first opportunity for fans to meet Ed, the representative for ORG who own 90% of Gamechanger 20 Ltd, as well as once again having the chance to pose questions to Town's manager, CEO, and Chairman.

Following on from Three Lions fund member, Brett Johnson, attending Town's fixture against Fleetwood last month, Ed will also be in the stands for the Blues' Papa John's Trophy game against Colchester on Tuesday and the following Saturday's League One clash with Oxford.

The event will be free of charge, with 120 tickets being made exclusively available to season ticket holders online from 10am tomorrow [Wednesday, 3 November] on a first come, first served basis.

Each season ticket holder can 'purchase' one place, with paper tickets being sent out to supporters to bring with them on the night.

The Sir Bobby Robson Suite at Portman Road will host the evening, with doors opening at 6.30pm ahead of the forum which is scheduled to take place from 7pm-8.30pm.

Entry will be via the main entrance on Constantine Road, with limited parking spaces available on the night on a first come, first served basis.

The bar in the SBR Suite will be open for supporters to purchase alcoholic, soft and hot drinks.

As per previous fans' forums, it will also be streamed live from the Club’s YouTube channel.

Tickets can be secured from 10am tomorrow [3 November] HERE.

Disabled season ticket holders can secure their place by contacting Club disability liaison officer Lee Smith on or by calling 01473 400566.

Any person aged 11 or over will either be required to provide proof of a NHS negative lateral flow test (no longer than 48 hours prior to the event) or proof of full vaccination (with the second dose administered at least 14 days before the relevant match). The Club will not accept actual lateral flow test sticks as proof. 

For supporters aged 16 or 17, only one dose is required as proof of full vaccination.

For full details on how to report a lateral flow test result, click here.

For full details on proof of vaccination, click here.

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