IPSWICH TOWN FC WOMEN
A message from the Club
“Ipswich Town FC Women are proud to support the #TogetherUnited campaign. United We Stand against racism, abuse, and sexism. United We Stand for equality.”
Kieren Standley | Ipswich Town FC Women's Media Officer & Secretary
Bonnie joined Ipswich Town FC Women in 2021 from the London Bees and was named ITFC Women Player of the Year for the 2021-22 season. A highly experienced midfielder, Bonnie's other previous clubs include Colchester, Fulham, Chelsea, Birmingham, Notts County, Watford, Reading and Yeovil.
#TogetherUnited are delighted to welcome defender Abbie Lafayette as a player ambassador. Abbie joined Ipswich Town Women from Garston Ladies in 2018 and was an integral part of the team that made it to the quarter final of the FA Cup last season.
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Rich Woodward pictured with ITFC Women players, Bonnie Horwood and Abbie Lafayette
#TogetherUnited are delighted that Rich Woodward has accepted a fan ambassador role with #TogetherUnited. Rich is a huge Ipswich Town supporter and runs the popular BlueMonday Ipswich Town podcast.
Rich commented "I'm honoured to be an #ITFC supporters ambassador for #TogetherUnited and it was fun to be hosted on their podcast by @bonniehorwood (no less!)"
We welcome Rich and look forward to see him get involved along side Player Ambassadors sharing player, staff and fan experiences to help to further educate us all on the affects that abuse, racism and discrimination can have.
Rich Woodward, #TogetherUnited Supporter Ambassador, with #TogetherUnited Hosts Bonnie Horwood and Abbie Lafayette joined by fellow player Lucy Egan
TOGETHER against racism
TOGETHER against abuse
TOGETHER for equality
Ipswich stands TOGETHER.