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FanZone Information

FanZone Information

The Club launched the FanZone at the start of the 2016/17 season and it has proved a massive success with fans of all ages. In the 2018/19 season, the FanZone won and EFL award for the 'Best Family Zone' which we are very proud of.

What time does the FanZone open?

12pm for Saturday fixtures

6pm for Midweek matches

Where is the entrance to the FanZone?

Gate 1A on Sir Alf Ramsey Way

How do I gain access, and is it free?

Access is free with your match ticket

When does it close?

The Fanzone closes 15 minutes before kick-off

Will it be open post-match?

The FanZone will be open post-match for select games and we will communicate with fans as and when.

What drinks are available?

Fosters, Aspall Cider, London Glory Cask Ale, East Coast IPA, Bottled beer and a selection of soft drinks

What food will be available to purchase?

Suffolk Event Catering (located near the entrance of the FanZone) sell a range of typical 'football' food items such as cheeseburgers, chips, hotdogs etc.

What else is there to do in the FanZone?

We will be showing Live matches on the TV screens

There will be live singers/bands, ex player appearances, along with some themed events which will be advertised in advance

What is there for kids?

Different sports activities each week such as dodgeball, tennis, soft-tip archery etc.

Bouncy Castle

Face Painting

5-a-side football

Penalty shootout

Competitions to win a signed programme

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