Here is an guide of the stands at Portman Road, so you can choose exactly where to sit at Town home games:
The Sir Bobby Robson Stand
Named after legendary former Town boss Sir Bobby Robson, the stand is situated behind the goal at the far end of the stadium from the tunnel entrance. 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.
The Sir Alf Ramsey Stand
Again a stand named after a Town icon in former manager Sir Alf Ramsey. The stand, fittingly, sits directly opposite the Sir Bobby Robson stand and is situated adjacent to the tunnel. 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 you child(ren) are being subjected to language or behaviour that you don’t want them to hear please tell the nearest steward. 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 under 19 or 12 ticket.
Named after the former owners of the Club, the Cobbold family. This stand is situated opposite the East of England Co-operative stand and has also has a designated family area. If you would like to watch the match from this stand, the whole of lower tier is a designated family area, although they are permitted in the upper tier too. Two points of note in this stand are firstly, the visiting supporters sit in the upper tier of this stand, and also if you choose to sit in the lower tier and it rains, you will get wet!
East of England Co-op Stand
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. You will also find the Junior Blues room in this stand which is open from 1.30pm on Saturday games for fun and games and a visit from club mascots Bluey and Crazee. This room is suitable for children ages from 5 to 15.
How to contact the ticket office?
If you wish to speak to the Club's ticket office, they will be more than happy to speak to you about which stand will be most suitable for your visit to Portman Road. They can be reached via firstname.lastname@example.org or on 03330 050 503.