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A small number of Ipswich Town fans will return to Portman Road for the first time since March when the Blues host promotion rivals Portsmouth next week - but it will be a very different experience. Here’s everything you need to know...

Under-fire Ipswich Town boss Paul Lambert’s job is safe, according to the club’s general manager Lee O’Neil.

Ipswich Town fan Karl Fuller offers his thoughts on Paul Lambert, Marcus Evans and the state of play at Portman Road....

Ipswich Town’s Cole Skuse will be an “inspiration to students” when he turns his hand to teaching after joining the staff at St Joseph’s College, the school has said.

Relaxed coronavirus rules which could see 4,000 Ipswich Town fans allowed back at Portman Road after a nine-month absence have been welcomed - but some “unanswered questions” remain, supporters have warned.

It’s a huge week ahead for Ipswich Town. MIKE BACON says the Blues needs to be bullish and set their own agenda...

More than 2,000 readers voted in our Ipswich Town season so far polls. Here are the results...

In the second of this series, following on from his top five keepers, football writer Carl Marston compiles his top five Ipswich Town right-backs of the last 40 years

Ipswich Town goalkeeping coach Jimmy Walker has branded League One ‘very average’ - and said that if the Blues can’t at least finish in the top four ‘we might as well rap up.’

Following a respite in League One action, Ipswich Town are preparing for a potentially season-shaping six games. STUART WATSON looks ahead and makes some predictions.

In his latest Ipswich Town column, Karl Fuller laments the club’s attitude towards cup and trophy competitions, at a time when many fans are struggling to pay for season tickets...

Janoi Donacien remains determined to make his mark at Ipswich Town despite acknowledging the uphill battle he faces to break into the Blues’ league side.

With Ipswich Town enjoying their first blank weekend of the season, Mark Heath takes a look at what we’ve learned from the campaign so far...

Even though Ipswich Town haven’t had a game this weekend, there’s still been plenty going on this week - here’s our most-read stories from the past seven days....

Paul Lambert is excited by the progress being made by a trio of homegrown midfielders but has warned they still have plenty to prove.

He’s ‘Captain Fantastic’, the skipper who guided Ipswich Town to their best-ever top-flight finish in recent times in 2000/01. MATT HOLLAND was an inspiring leader. 20 years on, MIKE BACON caught up with him to talk about that wonderful ‘season in the sun’.

Stickers for our brilliant new Ipswich Town album are on sale now and selling like hotcakes - here’s where you can get yours.

Ipswich Town have their first break of the 2020/21 season this weekend – so we want to know how you’re feeling about the campaign so far, and Town’s chances going forward.

The League One award winners for October have been announced this morning - here they are...

Football writer Carl Marston takes advantage of a blank weekend ahead to compile his top five Ipswich Town keepers of the last 40 years, a tough task

Ipswich Town are recruiting more match day stewards as the club prepares to welcome fans back to Portman Road.

Ipswich Town’s FA Cup clash with Portsmouth at the weekend was the most-watched game streamed live on the BBC, with more than a quarter of a million viewers tuning in.

Ipswich Town winger Gwion Edwards has been nominated for October’s League One player of the month award.

Ipswich Town fans have been reacting to the club’s exit from the Papa John’s Trophy at Crawley tonight - here’s a taste of what they’re saying...

Ipswich Town and Luton are said to be interested in Concord Rangers striker Temi Babalola.

Ipswich Town face Crawley tonight in a crunch clash in the Papa John’s Trophy - here’s how you can watch it live...

In his Ipswich Town column this week, Karl Fuller laments the Blues’ early exit from the FA Cup, shares his sympathy for Paul Lambert and names a couple of players who he thinks should feature more going forward...

In his latest look at life at Portman Road, MIKE BACON says the Blues must not let poor refereeing decisions determine their fate...

Sunderland boss Phil Parkinson says referee Peter Wright got both big decisions spot on as his side beat promotion rivals Ipswich Town 2-1 in a controversial clash last night.

Ipswich Town have confirmed that they are appealing the red card shown to midfielder Andre Dozzell in last night’s 2-1 defeat at Sunderland.

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