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Stadium Tours

Stadium Tours

Get 'Behind the Blues' on an official stadium tour of Ipswich Town Football Club.

The official ITFC Stadium Tour gives you a unique insight into the world of professional football and a chance for you to see parts of the ground which are usually reserved strictly for players and match officials.  

The fully guided tour includes access to the dressing-rooms and tunnel area. You can almost see the greats of Ipswich Town past and present getting ready for action – Ray Crawford, Mick Mills, John Wark, Kieron Dyer, Matt Holland - to name but a few. Take a walk down the tunnel and see the stadium from pitch level as you imagine the roar of the crowd.

Follow in the footsteps of Town's illustrious managers including Sir Alf Ramsey and Sir Bobby Robson as you take up your position in the dug-out. 

Sir Bobby Robson chats with players

The tour will lead you to the Boardroom and the Champions Lounge. Included in these areas are cabinets displaying International caps, FA Cup and Championship medals and replica UEFA Cup, FA Cup and Play-Off final trophies. 

The tour also visits the Directors Box for one of the best views in the stadium, take in the Media Suite where the Manager gives his press conferences after each game and stroll down the Millennium Walkway to find the name of your favourite Ipswich Town star.

To book your tour please visit www.itfcdirect.com or for more information please email sales@itfc.co.uk

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