Programmes 2019/20

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After a season of just having a fold-out A2 programme, (essentially 16 pages) costing £1.50, we've gone back to a full 48-page publication for next season; though at £3 a pop, whereas the 17/18 season programmes were 64 pages for £3 and the 16/17 programmes were 48 pages but only £2.
 

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I've never bought a programme in my life. Got a couple from 95/96 when I went to a a few games with my dad.
 
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I have to say our programme is great. It’s adapted well in the 24 hour information era as it’s more of a magazine with different columnists and writers.
 

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I have to say our programme is great. It’s adapted well in the 24 hour information era as it’s more of a magazine with different columnists and writers.
Our programme covers are a massive hit! Superb with the art work last season.
 

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Barnet stopped printing programmes. They release an online version on the day of the game. Seems to have been a success with three times as many people downloading them than people who brought a printed copy the year before. The older generation don't seem to like it and one fan even prints them himself and sells them. Will be interesting to see if other clubs follow us and stop printing them.
 

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I used to get a programme from every game, got hundreds still kicking about at my Dads house in my old bedroom but now I only get one if I’m doing an away game.
 

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Ours are generally quite good. You get a free one for every home game if you have a season ticket as well.
 

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Barnet stopped printing programmes. They release an online version on the day of the game. Seems to have been a success with three times as many people downloading them than people who brought a printed copy the year before. The older generation don't seem to like it and one fan even prints them himself and sells them. Will be interesting to see if other clubs follow us and stop printing them.
I got my version from our game last season printed professionally by a friend, it was nicely presented. However, most of the content in it was adverts!
 

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As far as I'm aware, Stevenage are the only club in this league who have an online only version this season. However, unlike Barnet who at the very least made theirs free for everyone Stevenage will be charging a small fee.

A shame, as I have every Orient home one since 1995 and every away one since 2004 that clubs will eventually pack these in, but the reality is that the world moves on.
 

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