For over 50 years now the programme has been as much a part of the matchday experience as squeezing through a rusty turnstile. It wouldn't be quite the same without flipping it over and checking the back page for the team line-ups, or reading the manager's excuses for the week before's away defeat or his hopes for what will happen that day.
Programmes from before 1960 are collectors items of some value, in reality though of little substance. An introduction by the "editor", a few snippets of news, half a page on the opposition, the line-ups and the stats for the season so far was pretty much all you got until the mid to late sixties when clubs realised that programmes were in great demand by the fans and that they could cash in on the selling of them.
Since then programmes have grown and grown to a point where today's programmes often feature 80 plus pages.
This site was conceived, designed, developed and is run by real football supporters. It has been a great pleasure to work on this site and we are looking forward to continue building it.
We hope in the near future to allow our visitors to add comments and reviews on games they attended and generally make the site more interactive. If you have any comments on the site please send them to email@example.com.
The future of this project is to try and build the largest database of football programmes in the world, certainly in the UK. To do this we will be opening the site up for affiliates to sell their own programmes through this website.
If you have surplus programmes and are tired of re-listing on eBay, then contact us for more information on how to become an affiliate.
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