Our rebranded Matchday Programme will be unveiled for the first time on Saturday so make sure you pick up a copy of The Blue Print on your way in to Victoria Park.
We’ve absolutely packed the opening issue of our popular match publication with all-new content and we’re confident that fans will love what they see this term.
We’ve got an exclusive interview with Nicky Deverdics who gives us in the inside story on his former club Dover Athletic who are our visitors this weekend.
There are columns from Chairman Pam Duxbury, new boss Craig Harrison, newly-appointed Club Captain Carl Magnay as well as our most famous fan, Jeff Stelling!
There is also a new featured called ‘What’s In A Name’ which is given a trial run by Carl Magnay on Saturday as we find out a little more about the Pools defender.
Padraig Amond also takes part in another new feature where we ask the players to talk about something other than football – and our Irish front man opens up on his Hurling career!
Phil Dunn’s popular offering moves in to the 2000s as he looks through a decade where the Club began to taste regular success, while fellow contributor Colin Foster goes right back in time in his new column, Way Back When.
We’ve got images from training and pre-season games to round-up the Club’s warm-up campaign, plus we introduce you to the first of our Season Ticket holders who are #InTheSquad this term.
As well as that, we’ve got the full lowdown on our guests, Dover, including a focus on the four key players, as well as all the information you need ahead of kick-off.
So make sure you buy your copy of The Blue Print - which is still the same amount of pages and remains at just £3 – while stocks last this weekend.