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18 February 2022

20,000 plus expected for Brewers visit

Town welcome Burton Albion to Portman Road tomorrow afternoon looking to make it four consecutive home wins in a row. 

The Blues sit in ninth place in League One looking to maintain pressure on the top six, while the Brewers occupy twelfth position and are five points behind Town.

Jimmy Floyd-Hasselbaink's side were in midweek action and defeated Bolton 3-1 at the Pirelli Stadium. The visitors dipped into the free agent market yesterday, signing former Everton striker Oumar Niasse on a free transfer. 

Team news from Kieran McKenna's side can be read here.

The below guide takes you through all you need to know ahead of tomorrow's match:


Just over 20,000 tickets have already been sold. Ticket sales will run up until kick-off. They can be purchased on the day online via or from the matchday ticket office on Constantine Road from 10am.

No on-the-day sales will take place in Planet Blue, with supporters are encouraged to buy their tickets online and in advance of the match.

You will have a recommended entry time on your match ticket, please try and stick to this time as this will help with the flow of supporters. These are only a guide, though, and you will not be denied entry if you miss your slot.

Season ticket holders will not have an allocated entry time, but are still strongly advised to arrive in plenty to time.

The ticket office phone lines (03330 050530) are open from 10am until midday on Saturday. The ticket office is also contactable on email via

The away ticket office on Portman Road will be open from 1pm for any ticketing enquiries, while the disabled entrance on Constantine Road will open from midday.

Mobile friendly turnstiles

Supporters with print at home or mobile tickets can scan them through the below turnstiles tomorrow afternoon. Season ticket holders and phyiscal ticket holders can also scan through these turnstiles.

Sir Alf Ramsey Stand – 4,5,6 & 59

Cobbold Stand– 18, 20 & 21

Sir Bobby Robson Stand – 33, 34 & 35

Magnus Group West Stand – 43, 44 & 57


Covid passes are no longer a condition of entry. The Club encourages the use of face coverings in indoor areas such as concourses and toilets.

We also encourage supporters to stay at home if they are suffering from Covid-19 symptoms.

Please maintain good hand hygiene at all times around the stadium. Use the sanitiser dispensers provided and avoid touching your face, or handles and railings whenever possible.

There will be no lateral flow testing centre in Alderman Park going forwards.


The FanZone will be open at midday tomorrow. *Subject to weather conditions.

Entrance is through Gate 1A on Sir Alf Ramsey Way with a valid match ticket. All home fans are welcome. 

Supporters who sit in the West Stand are now able to scan through turnstile 57 & 58 into the FanZone and then access the West Stand through the double gate opposite the conferencing & hospitality entrance as opposed to exiting the FanZone and queuing up for the turnstiles.

Click here to find out what's on in the FanZone tomorrow.

How to follow

If you're unable to get to Portman Road to cheer the boys on, for UK based fans, audio passes are available to purchase for £2.50 which is BBC Radio Suffolk's commentary.

Overseas fans can watch Town on iFollow. For more information, please click here.

The Club's Twitter feed will also be providing frequent updates so you don't miss a kick! 

Planet Blue
Open from 10am until kick-off and open for 30 minutes after the full-time whistle.

Planet Blue retail unit in FanZone will be open alongside Planet Bluey in the Magnus Group West Stand.

Matchday Programme
The matchday programme will be available to purchase from 10am at Planet Blue, or from 1.15pm at the blue kiosks dotted around the stadium. James Norwood is the feature interview in tomorrow's edition which costs £3.50.

Around Portman Road
Flower beds have been installed at Princes Street end of Portman Road, meaning that supporters parking in the NCP Portman Road car park will need to either turn right towards Handford Road or go straight over down Sir Alf Ramsey Way.

James Norwood vs Burton away.JPG

Previous meetings

Town and the Brewers have met on nine occassions with the Blues coming out on top seven out of nine times. Most recently, Town lost out 2-1 to Burton in August 2021. In the last head-to-head at Portman Road, the Blues won 2-1 with Emyr Huws scoring the winner. 


Referee: Carl Brook

Assistant Referees: Scott Williams and Paul Keely

Fourth Official: Paul Yates

Please click here to read the Club’s Spectators' Code of Conduct


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