Ipswich Town Football Club has a proud history. Founded as an amateur side in 1878, Town turned professional in 1936 and die Blues boast an impressive record of achievements at the highest level. Before winning the World Cup with England in 1966. Alf Ramsey really put Portman Road on the map when his 1962 team became champions in Towns first season in the top fight. There was more glory to follow when Bobby Robson's golden era was crowned by winning the FA Cup in 1978 and the UEFA Cup in 1981. This exclusive programme highlights all the Blues greatest achievements - including the promotion winning seasons of 1991/92 under John Lyall and George Burley's Wembley winners in 2000.