Ipswich FC, also known as Ipswich Town, is a professional football club based in Ipswich, England. The club was founded in 1878 and currently plays in League One, the third tier of the English football league system. Ipswich has a rich history, having won the English league title once, the FA Cup once, and the UEFA Cup once. The club's home ground is Portman Road, which has a capacity of over 30,000.
Throughout its history, Ipswich FC has produced many talented players and had successful periods. In the 1960s and 1970s, the club was managed by two England Managers in Sir Alf Ramsey and Sir Bobby Robson and enjoyed its greatest success. During this time, Ipswich won the English league title in 1962 under Ramsey, the FA Cup in 1978, as well as reaching the final of the UEFA Cup in 1981. The team was known for its attractive style of football, and players like Kevin Beattie and Mick Mills became club legends.
In recent years, Ipswich has struggled to replicate its past success, and the club has been relegated from the Championship to League One twice in the last decade. However, the club has a loyal fan base and continues to compete at a high level in the English football pyramid. In 2022, Ipswich appointed Kieran Mckenna as their new manager in the hopes of revitalizing the team's fortunes winning promotion back to the Championship in the 22/23 season.