Change of venue for Stevenage friendly means Town fans can attend
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Ipswich Town’s planned pre-season game with Stevenage will now be played in front of a crowd following a change of venue.
The Blues had been due to take on the League Two club behind-closed-doors at Stevenage’s training ground on Tuesday afternoon, but the game will now be played at Needham Market, with supporters able to attend.
The match will kick-off at 1pm, with adult tickets costing £10 and concessions £5.
Tuesday’s game will be the first opportunity for supporters to watch new signings Joe Pigott and Scott Fraser in action, following their arrivals this week.
So far in pre-season, the Town first-team have won 1-0 at Dartford, with Paul Cook’s senior players featuring for 45 minutes at Princes Park.
A Town XI lost the Martin Swallow Challenge Trophy on penalties at Bury Town on Tuesday night, with exiled players Kayden Jackson, Teddy Bishop and Myles Kenlock featuring.