The Week Ahead: Ipswich sell-out on Saturday

After a free weekend due to the Morecambe postponement, the U's are back in action this Saturday for the most highly-anticipated match of the season to date...

Ipswich Town are making the trip West to the Abbey and the match is a complete sell-out, with 7944 tickets sold. It's the first sell-out since the visit of Leeds United in 2017 and is likely to be the biggest crowd at the Abbey Stadium in over 20 years.

Season Ticket Holders who can't attend the game can release their ticket by contacting the Ticket Office via email or Twitter. The Ticket Office Twitter Account will be posting updates if any tickets become available.

Looking ahead to the following week, Sheffield Wednesday are the visitors just a few days later on Tuesday 19th October with another bumper crowd expected. U's fans should secure their ticket now to avoid disapointment. 

Cambridge United's Youth Development October Half Term Camps are taking place w/c 25th October and spaces are going fast. Girls' Holiday Camps, Goalkeeper Training Camps and mixed Soccer Schools are all running across Cambridgeshire.

As ever, Cambridge United Community Trust has a wide range of sessions and activities available for the community to take part in, such as Premier League Kicks, Man v Fat Football - which is taking place at the Abbey Leisure Centre tonight from 6pm - Walking Football and Mental Health Football. Check out the Trust's Twitter feed for the latest on their upcoming sessions.

It was a winning weekend for Cambridge United Women, who travelled to Hertfordshire where they beat local rivals Stevenage 2-0 on Sunday. The Women have a short break between fixtures now, who next play King's Lynn Town Ladies at 2pm on Sunday 24th October.

The U18's return to league action tomorrow afternoon with a trip away to MK Dons, which comes following a 5-0 friendly victory over St Neots Town FC on Friday evening.

Finally, Cambridge United Stadium Manager Ian Darler B.E.M is aiming to raise £10,000 for Shout 85258 - the mental health support charity - by taking a million steps before the end of the year. Click here to read his story and to donate to the cause.

United in Endeavour.