Pick Up Your Pompey v Derby Programme

Portsmouth FC

Fans of blues music can relive the past with a matchday magazine during home games this season.

In honor of Pompey's 125th birthday, the covers have been influenced by programs from the team's past.

In the past, we have focused on designs dating from the 1930s to 2017. This evening's match against Derby takes us back to the 1980s.

The article reminiscences about the 1983/84 season, during which the two teams were vying for victory in the second division.

As a part of our commitment to supporting the local community, the front cover of our publication features a drawing created by a young resident. The artist, Amelia May, attends Warren Park Primary School.

In the program, we get to listen to Colby Bishop, who is a top shooter, talk about his aspirations of getting a promotion. Additionally, Joe Rafferty spills the beans about his fellow team members.

We examine our guests with more attention and have special articles written by Andrew Cullen, John Mousinho, and Marlon Pack.

You can get all of this and more by spending just £3. Keep an eye out for vendors selling programmes throughout the area.

We will have a small amount of the magazine for sale at the club shop located in Anson Road and the Victory Bar. Additionally, the North Stand (specifically kiosk 5), South Stand (kiosk 15), and Milton End for visiting supporters will also have copies available.

No need to stress if you're not going to the match. You can still purchase copies from our memorabilia shop and have them sent straight to your home. We even have past issues for sale.

Please take note that although the sellers of the program will have devices for contactless payment, it has been decided that they will also accept cash payment while we strive to create a more dependable system.

The club shop, Victory Lounge and the kiosks will only accept payment that is contactless for the programmes that are purchased.

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