On this day in Town history: Own goals, European nights and more!

Jason Scotland scored Ipswich's second goal on this day in 2011

Jason Scotland scored Ipswich's second goal on this day in 2011

We take a look at what happened on this day at Ipswich Town

Jason Scottland celebrates his goal

Jason Scottland celebrates his goal

Eight years ago today, the Blues beat Cardiff 2-0 at Portman Road as an own goal from Adam Matthews and a goal by Jason Scotland put Town second in the Championship with seven league games played in the 2010-11 campaign.

Pablo Counago celebrates after hooking the ball into the West Ham net for the equaliser on this day

Pablo Counago celebrates after hooking the ball into the West Ham net for the equaliser on this day in 2004

Pablo Counago scored Town’s equaliser in the 1-1 draw with West Ham United at Boleyn Ground on 18th September 2004 as the Blues continued their great start to the 2004-05 campaign.

Town drew 2-2 with FC Twente at Portman Road in the UEFA Cup on this day in 1974

Town drew 2-2 with FC Twente at Portman Road in the UEFA Cup on this day in 1974 - Credit: Archant

In 1974, Town drew 2-2 with FC Twente at Portman Road in the UEFA Cup 1st Round, 1st Leg, with Town goals scored by Bryan Hamilton and Brian Talbot.

Ray Crawford and Ted Phillips scored twice for the Blues as they began their European Cup journey on

Ray Crawford and Ted Phillips scored twice for the Blues as they began their European Cup journey on this day in 1962 - Credit: Archant

Also on this day in 1962, Town began their European Cup journey as they beat Maltese side Floriana 4-1 at the Empire Stadium in Malta with both Ted Phillips and Ray Crawford scoring the goals for Town.


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