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Kings of Anglia Issue 9 Magazine Offer

Key summer dates for your Ipswich Town diary

PUBLISHED: 06:00 02 June 2018 | UPDATED: 11:28 21 June 2018

Ipswich Town fans queuing up to get into Portman Road for the annual Open Day last summer. Photo: Paul Geater

Ipswich Town fans queuing up to get into Portman Road for the annual Open Day last summer. Photo: Paul Geater

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It’s nine weeks until the start of the new Championship season. Here’s how the Blues’ summer schedule is shaping up.

Monday, June, 18 – Paul Hurst’s first official day as manager

Thursday, June 21 – 2018/19 Championship fixtures released (9am)

Monday, June 25 – Players return for start of pre-season training

July 2–8 – Pre-season training camp in Spain with behind-closed-doors friendly

Saturday, July 14 – Braintree Town (a), 3pm

Tuesday, July 17 – Crawley Town (a), 7pm, at East Grinstead Town

Saturday, July 21 – Barnet (a), 3pm

Tuesday, July 24 – MK Dons (a), 7.45pm

Thursday, July 26 – Ipswich Town Open Day

Saturday, July 28 – West Ham (h), 3pm

Saturday, August 4 – Opening game of the season

Thursday, August 9 – Transfer window (for permanent signings) closes at 5pm

Tuesday, August 14 – Carabao Cup first round

Friday, August 31 – Transfer window (for loans) closes

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