Order the official Wigan matchday programme online now
The Club are producing a matchday programme for league games only while football is played behind closed doors.
The publication, which will be much trimmed down in size, will only be available to purchase online at a purpose-built website.
Supporters will be able to order a copy or copies of the programme at https://programme.itfc.link and the Club’s media team will endeavour to get the programme in the post first class on the same day.
The mail order service is only available to UK residents but the Club have also produced a digital version of the programme which you can download at https://programme.itfc.link.
The digital version of the programme is priced at £2 while the printed copy is £2.50.
All programmes must be ordered by 2pm on Friday 11 September to ensure that have been posted in time to arrive before Sunday's game.
No programmes will be available to purchase from the Planet Blue store at this stage.
It is intended that as supporters return to games, the programme will steadily be increased in pages back towards the 68 that has been the norm over recent years and that programmes will be produced for all matches.
The first edition of the new season - for Sunday’s games against Wigan - is available to order or purchase now.
New signing Stephen Ward stars on the front of a programme that has a historic feel, including a double-page spread which looks back at Town’s 1981 UEFA Cup glory, 40 years on.
Left-back Stephen is the feature interview and speaks to the matchday programme about the Irish influence at Town, his unwavering hunger for success and much more.
There’s also fun activities for young Town fans on the Junior Blues page.
Also included in the programme is:
- An interview with Aaron Drinan after making his Town debut
- ‘The Best Of’ feature with Kane Vincent-Young
- An in-depth look at Sunday’s opponents Wigan
- And much more...
Limited numbers of the Wigan programme have been printed at this stage so place your order as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.