WHAT DO YOU THINK OF IT SO FAR? SUPPORTERS’ TRUST LAUNCHES SURVEY OF IPSWICH TOWN FANS

Following lots of discussion and controversy throughout the 2013/14 season over ticket pricing, ticket sales and other aspects of the club’s relationship with its supporters, Ipswich Town 1st has launched a survey of Town supporters to find out more about fans’ concerns.

The survey, which can be found here, covers a variety of issues, including the range and prices of tickets available, the quality of catering and other elements of the matchday experience, and ITFC’s attempts to raise attendances. The survey is open to all Ipswich Town fans, whether or not they are members of Ipswich Town 1st.

Alasdair Ross, chair of Ipswich Town 1st, said “Several of our members have raised concerns with us this season about how easy – or not – it is to buy tickets at Portman Road, and how expensive those tickets appear to be. We wanted to get supporters’ views on these and other issues, so that we can raise them with the club in our role as a Supporters’ Trust”.

“We’ve had several hundred responses within the first few hours of the survey being open. We hope to get a lot more so that we can build a really useful picture of how Town fans are feeling at the moment”.

The survey is open until 31st January, and all respondents will be entered into a draw to win a free copy of Ipswich ‘Til I Die, a book by and about Ipswich Town supporters.

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