Stadium Seating Guide
Here is a guide to the stands at Portman Road, so you can choose exactly where to sit at Town home games:
This is our biggest stand, which has three tiers. The whole of the lower tier is a dedicated family area, but areas F, K and L are also family friendly if you like to watch the game from higher up. This stand backs onto the FanZone area which makes it ideal for soaking up the pre-match atmosphere and is only a short walk to your seats. The large FanZone area is open at half-time which allows plenty of space for children to run around in to tire themselves out!
Also be aware that to ensure the designated family areas retain a family friendly atmosphere, matchday tickets are sold to a ratio of no more than two adults to one U19 or U12 ticket.
Magnus Group West Stand pictured above:
Sir Bobby Robson Stand
Named after one of the Club's legendary managers, Sir Bobby Robson.
This is not the ideal stand for families, and children below the age of twelve are not allowed in sit in the lower tier. The language in this area can be a little vociferous and the volume in this area of the ground is at its loudest here.
Sir Bobby Robson Stand pictured above:
This stand is situated on Portman Road, opposite the Magnus Group West Stand. Two points of note in this stand are firstly, the visiting supporters sit in the upper tier of this stand, and if you choose to sit in the lower tier and it rains, you will get wet!
Outside of Cobbold Stand pictured above:
Sir Alf Ramsey Stand
Although this does not have a specified family area, you will see lots of children sitting in here. The facilities in the stand are the same as in the others, and it provides an opportunity to watch the game from another angle.
Please rest assured that we adopt a zero-tolerance attitude to foul mouthed or abusive comments. If you feel that your child(ren) are being subjected to language or behaviour that you don’t want them to hear please tell the nearest steward.
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