Video: Make Some Noise for the Tractor Boys and cheer on the Super Blues as they take on Millwall this weekend

Ipswich Town football players Anthony Wordsworth, Luke Chambers, Cole Skuse and Paul Anderson hold c

Ipswich Town football players Anthony Wordsworth, Luke Chambers, Cole Skuse and Paul Anderson hold clap-banners that will be given out at Saturdays home game against Millwall. - Credit: Archant

Will your voice be heard this season?

Cameron and Holly Cook, Bluebell Carr, Charlie McCarthy, Jayden Youngs-Debenham, Jude Carr and Brand

Cameron and Holly Cook, Bluebell Carr, Charlie McCarthy, Jayden Youngs-Debenham, Jude Carr and Brandon Youngs-Debenham, a season ticket holder, celebrate the new season with clap-banners in Ipswich town centre. - Credit: Archant

We want you to #MakeSomeNoise and cheer the Super Blues on to victory - and to give you a helping hand to raise the volume inside Portman Road we will be giving away 10,000 free Clap-Banners this weekend.

Wave your cardboard poster, brought to you by the EADT, Ipswich Star, Ipswich Town Football Club and William H. Brown estate agents, to show the strength of support in the homestands and then bang it against your hand as the excitement builds and let the squad know we are behind them all the way.

With your encouragement, Town could secure an all-important three points against Millwall on Saturday afternoon.

This week Town stars Luke Chambers, Cole Skuse, Paul Anderson and Anthony Wordsworth tried out the Clap-Banners following a training session at the Playford Road site and are now waiting to hear just how much noise the fans can make.


You may also want to watch:


Hopes were high for the first league game of the season at Reading, but Town were unable to withstand the onslaught from the home team.

And despite proclamations from the boss that they would be taking the Capital One Cup seriously, the Blues bowed out at Stevenage midweek after failing to find the net.

Most Read

But it is still early on in the season and with Mick McCarthy at the helm there is every chance the Blues could be a top-six contender.

A spokesman for the club said: “The fans were magnificent at Reading and Stevenage. We are sure they will make some noise and get right behind the team again on Saturday for the first home game and throughout the season.”

The free Clap-Banners will be given out on a first-come-first-served basis at the turnstiles on Saturday and will be included in our goody bags, available from our promotions team before matches, over coming weeks.

Make sure you take yours along to every match and #MakeSomeNoise for the the Tractor Boys.

Show your backing for our new campaign by adding #MakeSomeNoise to your Tweets.

And after the match, why not log on to our Match Centre on the Green ‘Un24 website for post-match anaylsis, manager reaction and our new rate the player feature which allows you to score each player out of 10.

Visit http://www.greenun24.co.uk/ipswich-town for more details.

Become a Supporter

This newspaper has been a central part of community life for many years. Our industry faces testing times, which is why we're asking for your support. Every contribution will help us continue to produce local journalism that makes a measurable difference to our community.

Become a Supporter
Comments powered by Disqus