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Get Peterborough Programmes Delivered To Your Door

Order your issues for next home league game

25 November 2020

Pompey fans can feel closer to the action this season by having the official matchday magazine delivered straight to the door on a matchday.*

Despite games continuing to take place behind closed doors, you can still get the usual mix of fascinating features, exclusive columns and behind the scenes news.

Fans will be able to read the thoughts of chief executive Mark Catlin, manager Kenny Jackett, skipper Tom Naylor and broadcaster Ian Darke.

As well as plenty of interviews with current members of the squad, we will be taking a regular dip into the club’s archives.

Programmes are priced just £3.50 (plus £1.99 for postage and packing) and can be ordered online from our memorabilia store.

Alternatively, you can subscribe for the season and have all 23 League One issues** delivered for the discounted price of £69 (plus £45 for postage and packing).

To ensure you receive your copy in time for the next home game against Peterborough, please place your order by midday on Wednesday, December 2.

Fans wanting to buy signed copies of programmes or cover sheets from earlier games this season can do so from the memorabilia store.

We have also got a December bundle available, which includes programmes for the games against Peterborough, Fleetwood and Swindon.

Fans who want to collect programmes in person can use the Anson Road store's 'Click & Collect' service. Click here for more details.

*Please note that programmes will be produced and sent out for arrival on a matchday, but this is subject to Royal Mail delivery schedules and the club cannot guarantee that your matchday magazine will arrive on the day of the game. Any orders made after midday on Wednesday, December 2 will arrive after the day of the game.

**This includes programmes for the previous League One games this season.

Please note that a programme is not being produced for the Emirates FA Cup match against King's Lynn.

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