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Ipswich Town FC Info

Ipswich Town haven't played top-flight football for more than two decades but the Blues are determined to make a grand return to the Premier League in 2024.

Town have wasted no time upon their return to the EFL Championship. They were in strong contention for promotion to the Premier League at the halfway point of the 2023/24 Championship season, challenging the likes of Leicester City, Southampton and Leeds United.

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Ipswich Town FC History

Ipswich Town has a long and storied history, spanning more than 145 years.

Early Years

The club was founded in 1878, initially under the name 'Ipswich A.F.C.', before the current name was adopted in 1888.

Only in 1938/39 did Ipswich Town compete in the Football League for the first time, earning a commendable seventh-place finish on debut in the Third Division. This happened to be the last full season before WWII broke out.

Rise to Fame Under Alf Ramsey

Following the War, Ipswich gradually improved and eventually won the Third Division title in 1954 but they were immediately relegated from the Second Division. The Blues returned to the second tier in 1957 and, just four years later, they won the league to earn top-flight status for the very first time.

Things got even better for the Suffolk-based team as manager Alf Ramsey guided Town to a remarkable First Division title, at the first time of asking. This was the first time a club had won the English top-flight in its first-ever season competing in the division, with the exception of Preston North End in the inaugural Football League campaign.

Ramsey stepped down from his role as Ipswich manager in 1963, having accepted the job to lead the England national team. He famously steered the Three Lions to World Cup glory in 1966.

Resurgence Under Robson

In 1969, Ipswich appointed a young Bobby Robson as the new head coach. Still just 35 years-old at the time, and taking up just his second full-time managerial position, Robson went on to wow everyone associated with English football.

A slow start to his reign was finally vindicated as Ipswich regained its place towards the top end of the First Division table and asserted itself as a force to be reckoned with in the English game.

Town won a maiden FA Cup title in 1978 before earning back-to-back second-place finishes to Liverpool in the First Division. The FA Cup triumph came three years after a heartbreaking semi-final exit at the hands of eventual winners West Ham United.

Ipswich captured a maiden European title in 1981, hoisting the UEFA Cup (precursor to the Europa League) with a 5-4 aggregate victory over Dutch side AZ Alkmaar in the final. Like Ramsey before him, Robson left Ipswich to take up the job as England boss.

Ipswich Town reached the last-four of the FA Cup again in 1980/81, losing to Manchester City. Since then, the Blues' best performance in the FA Cup was a run to the quarter-finals in 1993.

Premier League Era

Town was a founding member of the Premier League in the early 90s, surviving two seasons before finishing rock bottom in 1995 as the top flight downsized from 22 teams to 20. The Blues returned in 2000, but dropped back down to the second tier two years later.

In more recent times, Ipswich progressed to the EFL Cup semi-finals in 2010/11. The Blues even won the first leg, 1-0, against Arsenal, though the Gunners would ultimately claim a 3-0 victory at the Emirates Stadium. This came three decades after Ipswich had been defeated by Liverpool, also in the League Cup semis.

Following the arrival of Kieran McKenna as head coach in late 2021, Town stormed League One in the 2022/23 campaign, earning 98 points and scoring a total of 101 league goals to earn automatic promotion to the Championship.

Ipswich Town Famous Footballers

-John Wark

-Paul Cooper

-Eric Gates

-Terry Butcher

-Paul Mariner

-Alan Brazil

-Richard Naylor

-Luke Chambers

Ipswich Town Top Managers

-Alf Ramsey

-Bobby Robson

-George Burley

-Mick McCarthy

Ipswich Town Rivalries

The main rivals of Ipswich are Norwich City. The Canaries hail from Norfolk, a neighbouring country to Suffolk.

These teams have shared a pitch on more than 100 occasions, though their last top-flight meeting came in the 1994/95 Premier League.

Ipswich Town Stadium

The Blues had initially played their home matches at Broomhill Park, until moving into the Portman Road ground in 1884.

Portman Road has remained the home of Ipswich Town more more than 135 years and it has a present-day capacity just below 30,000.

The 'North Stand' was renamed in honour of former manager Sir Bobby Robson following his passing in 2009. The opposite facing South Stand had its name changed to the Sir Alf Ramsey Stand in 2012, attributed to another former manager of Ipswich Town.

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SeatPick is currently able to provide 1 Ipswich Town tickets across three different events. Ipswich Town vs Huddersfield Town is the next home match on their calendar, and you can buy tickets from $284 on our platform.

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SeatPick is the perfect platform for those hoping to buy cheap Ipswich Town tickets. We scour the ticket market to provide Ipswich Town fans with the best available options. Currently, SeatPick has Ipswich Town home tickets starting from $284 for the Ipswich Town vs Huddersfield Town event. The encounter is set to take place on May 4, 2024 at Portman Road, with the cheapest tickets located in the Shortside Zone.

Ipswich Town Schedule and Cheapest Ticket Prices

Apr 27, 2024HullKC Stadium-
Apr 30, 2024CoventryRicoh Arena - Stadium-
May 4, 2024IpswichPortman Road-

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Ipswich Town will be playing at the following cities and venues in the upcoming 2023/2024 season, if Ipswich Town currently has any scheduled games then you can scroll up this page and find the full Ipswich Town Fixtures list, pick the event you are looking for and buy your Ipswich Town match tickets.

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