The A-Z of Ipswich Town - P is for Portman Road

A general view of the ground during the Ipswich Town v Stevenage (EFL Cup First round) match at Port

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Every week during the off-season we’re bringing you a video series looking at the A-Z of Ipswich Town history – and today we’ve reached the letter P.

P, of course stands for Portman Road, the home of Ipswich Town Football Club since 1884.

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The Blues were originally based at Broomhill Park, but for the last 135 years, Portman Road has been their home.

As well as hosting some classic football games - including a visit from David Beckham and the England national side in 2003 - the famous old stadium has also been home to concerts from some of the world's biggest pop stars.

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Ross Halls takes a dig into our archives to bring you some rarely-seen pictures of the stadium.

What are your best Portman Road memories? Let us know below!