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Ipswich can point to a history of sporadic trophy success and for that reason are always remembered in the English game. While the club has never consistently locked down a place in the top flight, they have had enough of a presence in the Premier League for them to be recognised by fans all over the world.
Currently playing in the Npower Championship, Ipswich are one of the most liked clubs in the league with football fans wanting to see them live online. We offer the best live coverage of the Tractor Boys in 2012 with their live matches streaming for free to your PC, or Mac. Next up on is Ipswich v Wigan live online.
Successful Years and Famous Players
Ipswich enjoyed their most successful period between 1962 and 1982 and while this was not a prolific run the club managed to win the league championship, the FA Cup, and the UEFA Cup in this time. Ipswich were helped in the late 1970s by a talented team that included Terry Butcher, John Wark and Dutch pair Arnold Muhren and Frans Thijssen.
Ipswich Town also enjoy close links to the English national team having supplied its two most successful managers. Firstly World Cup winning manager Alf Ramsey took the national job after winning the league with the Tractor Boys, while World Cup semi finalist Bobby Robson also came from Ipswich Town.
In modern times Ipswich have found it hard to escape the Championship and now find themselves as a mid table club. With the club unlikely to be relegated they must look to the Premier League and take one game at a time, starting with the Ipswich v Wigan live match.
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