Former Town chairman David Sheepshanks has been named the new president of Suffolk FA.
Published Wednesday at 07:46 pm on TWTD.co.uk
Ipswich Town manager Paul Lambert still hopes to finish the season in front of supporters but accepts the campaign may need to conclude in empty stadiums.
Published 7 hours ago on Green Un
In our daily feature, we take a look at what happened on this day in Ipswich Town’s history, selecting one particular year – and today we go back at 2013, when Carlos Edwards scored an injury time winner at Derby.
Published 11 hours ago on Green Un
Owen Garvan decided to call time on his professional football career not long after his 28th birthday. STUART WATSON spoke to the Irishman about that decision, as well his time at Ipswich Town under the management of Joe Royle, Jim Magilton and Roy Keane.
Published 14 hours ago on Green Un
Former Ipswich Town boss Mick McCarthy has insisted he has no intention of retiring after leaving the Republic of Ireland job this weekend.
Published yesterday at 10:06 am on Green Un
Get involved and test your Ipswich Town knowledge with our latest quiz on all things Blue.
Published yesterday at 09:41 am on Green Un
Former Ipswich Town boss Mick McCarthy’s reign as Republic of Ireland manager is over.
Published last Saturday at 09:51 pm on Green Un
How much do you know about Ipswich Town? Well, now is the time to put your knowledge to the test as we hold their first ever virtual pub quiz tonight at 7.30pm streamed live on social media.
Published last Friday at 07:26 pm on Green Un
Football writer Carl Marston has visited 122 Football League grounds, many of them reporting on Ipswich Town. Here he recalls a visit to Barnet’s former home at Underhill
Published last Friday at 06:26 pm on Green Un
It’s been announced that the football season has now been postponed indefinitely for clubs in the Premier League, Football League and top two tiers of the women’s game following today’s meeting between the major governing bodies.
Published last Friday at 04:56 pm on Green Un
Ipswich Town boss Paul Lambert is hoping a lengthy break from football due to the coronavirus crisis can act as a ‘reset button’ for his team.
Published last Friday at 02:06 pm on Green Un