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Our mission at ITFC Supporters Club is to unite fans from around the world, creating a community of openness and enthusiasm. Since 2000, we’ve been a valuable resource for fans, with important news and updates. We never rest on our laurels, and are always looking to improve and expand our Flag Football Fan Club offerings., right across the Globe!

And if there's one picture that sums up the togetherness between Club and the Supporters Club, Our Vice Chairman with the Club's Chairman Mike O'Leary....


  • ITFC supporters club is a part of ITFC, though run independently by volunteers​

  • Coordinates branches and worldwide membership, and runs a number of events during the season on matchdays and midweek with current and ex-players in Ipswich and the regions.  See below for more information

  • Holds an Annual General Meeting in late October which includes an ITFC Open Evening with on- and off-field representatives

  • Committee meets regularly to organise events and ensure that members' issues are addressed

  • Branches have traditionally invited to attend committee meetings, something we are committed to getting back to in 2024.

  • Club issues are raised and discussed with ITFC on a regular basis


  • Coordinates over 40 branches across Suffolk, UK and the rest of the world – some, especially the smaller or further-away branches – need more help than others. Others, mostly local and well-established, run themselves without central involvement

  • Formal "Official" Branches have committees – some charge membership fees, some don’t. If your branch doesn't handle money on behalf of the Club, there is no need to foramilse.

  • All branches are self-sufficient:

    • Independent financially and in organisation

    • Free to set their own agenda as long as it is consistent with ITFC/ITSC core principles

  • Local branches tend to organise coach travel to home (and some away) games, fund raising activities, socials etc

  • Branches further away tend to do car shares, pre-match meets, and make greater use of social media to keep in touch with far-flung membership.. International Branches tend to meet to watch games and use Facebook more to share interim conversation.

  • New branches are always welcome

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