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Ipswich Town Open Day set for Thursday, July 26

Fans can meet their heroes at the Ipswich Town Open Day on July 26. Picture: GREGG BROWN

Fans can meet their heroes at the Ipswich Town Open Day on July 26. Picture: GREGG BROWN

The annual Ipswich Town Open Day will be held on Thursday, July 26 this year, the club have announced.

Left to right, Kaicee-Jai Bentley and Kaiden Bentley enjoy last year's Ipswich Town Open Day. Picture: GREGG BROWNLeft to right, Kaicee-Jai Bentley and Kaiden Bentley enjoy last year's Ipswich Town Open Day. Picture: GREGG BROWN

Supporters will get a chance to watch new boss Paul Hurst and assistant Chris Doig put the players through their paces in a training session on the main pitch at Portman Road, as a new era at the club gets underway.

There will also be a signing session with the first-team squad plus a full range of activities in the FanZone.

Club mascots Bluey and Crazee are likely to take on all-comers in the mascot race, with youngsters also able to take part in fun football coaching sessions as well.

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Entry is free, with food and drink available.

Full details of the activities will be released nearer the time, along with confirmation of when gates open, which is likely to be around 9.30am, with the event running until around 2pm.

Last year’s event saw almost 5,000 fans flock to the stadium, and this year will likely be more popular.

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