Championship club Ipswich Town are nicknamed the 'Tractor Boys' and they play their home games at Portman Road, Ipswich. Managed by Mick McCarthy, Ipswich Town wear royal blue shirts with red trim with white shorts and royal blue socks and the shirts are sponsored by Marcus Evans the clubs owner and manufactured by Mitre who have produced their shirts for over five seasons. Ipswich Town last appeared in the Premier League in the 2001-02 season and since then they have played in the Championship and they have won the English title once in the 1961-62 season.
Nicknamed the 'Tractor Boys' and founded in 1878 Ipswich Town play at the 30,300 capacity Portman Road in East Anglia.
Championship play-off pushers Ipswich Town unveil their stunning kit collection for 2016/17. Hoping for a final push towards the play-off spots within the Championship, Ipswich Town officially release their all-new home and away shirts for next season which both feature elegant designs to stand o [...]
Ipswich Town's hopes of showcasing a Barcelona-esque away strip falls short as an orange alternative is brought in Prior to the 2015/16 season commencing, the 'Tractor Boys' officially released their kit range for the forthcoming campaign which saw a traditional royal blue home strip being displa [...]
Yesterday Ipswich Town revealed their new home & away shirts made by adidas for next season [...]
Earlier this season Championship side Ipswich Town FC announced a new kit deal with Adidas, seen here, and a few weeks ago released their new away kit for next season [...]
Here is the new Ipswich Town FC away kit, made by Adidas. Earlier this month, Championship side Ipswich Town FC announced a new kit deal with suppliers Adidas [...]
It was under manager Bobby Robson that Ipswich won their only FA Cup Final, beating Arsenal 1-0 in 1978, the team went on to be runners up in the English league in 1981 & 1982 and win the clubs only European trophy, the UEFA Cup in 1981. The clubs only other major trophy was winning the English league championship in 1962, led by soon to be world cup winning manager Alf Ramsey.
Home shirts for Ipswich are blue, with white shorts and blue socks, where they have had that combination since their beginnings of the club.