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Fly The Flag

Fly The Flag - a matchday experience for 5 - 15 year olds

If you are aged between five and fifteen, this is your chance to take part in the ultimate match day experience at Portman Road. This opportunity sees younger fans at the centre of the action on the pitch with club mascots Bluey and Crazee. It is a unique package which is the perfect treat for any junior Ipswich Town fan.

  • Arrive at Portman Road and collect your official Fly the Flag t-shirt which is yours to keep
  • It’s time for a mini tour of the stadium
  • Get ready to have a photograph taken with your group and an Ipswich Town football player (this is sent to you after the match)
  • Getting in position to announce the teams on the microphone
  • The countdown to kick off and a parade around the pitch with your flags
  • Forming a guard of honour to welcome the teams onto the pitch
  • Taking a well earned rest and cheer the team to victory

Price per participant: Β£30.00 (league matches) which includes a free match ticket for the Junior that takes part in the event. Please note that you will also be able to purchase upto four match tickets at a discounted rate*

There are a maximum of 22 places available at every game, and those taking part will also receive a free match ticket to stay and watch the game, with discounted tickets available for up to four more supporters in your party. Those taking part in Fly the Flag do not have to be Junior Blues members.

All bookings are to be made at www.itfcdirect.co.uk

 

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