The online version of our joint matchday programme for the home league games against Salford City and Colchester United this week is on sale now.
Supporters can click here to buy for £3 from the Issuu digital platform, but please note you need to set up an Issuu account first.
Fans are also able to buy a physical version (while stocks last) from our online club shop by clicking here, and it will be posted out ASAP by shop staff (subject to reduced working hours and when the programmes arrive with us from Ignition). Alternatively, if we still have copies they will be on sale from the club shop on Wednesday when it reopens again between 10am and 3pm. Unfortunately we can't reserve copies so buy online to guarantee it.
The programme contains exclusive notes from first team manager Neil Cox, an extensive interview with midfielder Jake Taylor, features with Mason O'Malley, Harry Jessop, former midfielder Ian Morris, profiles of our opposition, statistics, plus much more besides.
12th Man members who opted to receive a physical copy in our recent COVID-19 questionnaire should have received a copy in the post from Ignition Publications, who print and design our matchday magazine, back when the fixture was originally scheduled.
If your current home address or email details have changed from what the club has on record, please send an email as soon as possible to email@example.com.
12th Man members should also have received an individual code via email back in October to access an online version of the programme, but please note you need to set up an Issuu account first. When season ticket holders click here it will take them through to register, to gain access they’ll be asked for their code and to sign up to Issuu (as a one-off). We strongly encourage those supporters to add firstname.lastname@example.org to their address book to try and avoid the emails going into their junk mail.
Under current government guidance relating to the re-opening of stadiums to spectators during the COVID-19 pandemic, when crowds return clubs are being strongly discouraged from distributing physical programmes in their grounds on a matchday so we see this as a measure to still provide the memento of a matchday programme to 12th Man members and supporters during these unprecedented times.
On occasions when we have two home league matches in quick succession (a Tuesday followed by a weekend one for instance) there will be a joint programme to cover both games due to the much earlier print deadlines caused by this situation, which would result in vast sections of the latter programme being out of date if they were being produced individually.
The club will review the programme situation on a weekly basis throughout the season.