Blues fans can take a trip back in time by picking up a matchday magazine at home games this season.
To celebrate the club's 125th anniversary, the covers are inspired by programmes from throughout Pompey's history.
Previous issues have been based on designs from the 60s through to 2017 and we travel back to the 1970s for this evening's League One clash with Bolton.
The publication recalls the 1978/79 campaign, when the Blues were embarking on their first campaign in Division Four.
Inside the programme, you can read an interview with Christian Saydee on playing a deeper role, while Conor Shaughnessy dishes the dirt on his team-mates.
We take a closer look at our opponents from the north-west and there are exclusive columns from Andrew Cullen, John Mousinho and Marlon Pack.
Plus, the centre of the magazine features the official 2023/24 team photo that you can pull out and put on your wall.
All this and much, much more is available for just £3, so look out for programme sellers around the ground.
We will also have a limited number of copies available in the club shop in Anson Road and the Victory Bar, as well as selected kiosks in the North Stand (kiosk 5), South Stand (kiosk 15) and, for away fans, the Milton End.
Please note that while programme sellers will have contactless payment devices, a decision has been made for them to also accept cash payments while we work to ensure a more reliable system.
Only contactless payment will be accepted for programmes bought in the club shop, Victory Lounge and kiosks.