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Adnams ITFC Man of the Match App

By Sarah Groves, also posted in News on

Adnams Man of the Match App ITFCWe've joined forces with Ipswich Town Football Club to launch a new Man of the Match App. The App will be in use for the first time at Ipswich’s next home game against Cardiff City on Saturday 6th October 2012. Fans can download the App free of charge and will be able to access the latest team news as soon as it is published. Available on the itunes app storeIf you've got an iphone, you can download the app here. Available on Google PlayIf you have an android phone, you can download the app here. Voting for the ‘Adnams Man of the Match’ can take place from the start of the match up to the 75th minute. Fans who vote for the Adnams Man of the Match will have the opportunity to win a signed framed photo of the player. Adnams' Victoria Savory explains, “Apps are a great way to involve fans with your brand. The Adnams pub quiz app has proved incredibly popular since we launched it two years ago. When we signed the pouring rights agreement in 2009 our aim was to ensure that our partnership is more than simply having our beers in the bars at Portman Road. We have enjoyed working with the Club on a number of projects with the Adnams Man of the Match app being the latest example.” Mike Rieder Head of Conferencing and Club Catering at Ipswich Town Football Club said, “I’m really pleased to be able to offer this to our fans. It shows that the partnership with Adnams is all about engaging with the fans, not just about selling their great beers. The app is really easy to use and free so I hope the Town fans get behind it to support their favourite player for that match. As far as I am aware this hasn’t been done for any other football club, so it's great to be first!” If you're at the match on Saturday, you can also download the free app using a special QR code which will be available around the ground on match day.


Sarah Groves