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Roll back the years with your retro match day programme fix!



As announced earlier this summer, Harriers are excited to be offering their match programme as a digital product for the start of the new season.

As well as hosting all the programmes from the forthcoming 2020/21 season, the MatchDayInfo platform also has the full batch of home programmes from the 2019/20 campaign available for free download, too.

Now we’re pleased to be able to offer something unique, and a real boost for all Harriers fans who love all things old school.

We’ve added an initial batch of historical match day programmes to the platform which are now available to purchase and enjoy. With the intent of adding more and more issues over time, the initial batch covers a huge range of years from across the 1980s and 1990s, and even as far back as the 60s!

If you are an avid collector or just fancy a glimpse into the club’s rich past, this is for you. All issues are for sale at just £1.99 each.

The Match Day Programme App – Download and purchase programmes today

To get started, simply download the MatchDayInfo App on your smartphone or tablet to make purchases – from there you can even then enjoy the great content on desktop, too.

Keep an eye out later this week for a bumper build-up issue of The Harrier, a 50-page publication produced to build-up to the brand-new season.

The issue covers all the key news and information from across Aggborough following a busy summer, an introduction to the new squad and management team plus a whole host of exclusive content.

We’d urge all fans to purchase the publication as all funds generated will play a part in supporting the club during what is an uncertain period for all.

The Match Day Programme App – Download and purchase programmes today


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