What you can expect to see in tomorrow's matchday programme...To celebrate 100 seasons since New Brompton FC changed their name to Gillingham Football Club we’ve given this season’s programme a retrospective theme.
For each home game our designer Paul Turvey has produced a unique cover, putting his spin on a classic issue from the Gills first hundred seasons.
For the visit of Morecambe we’re dipping into the late 70's and tomorrow’s cover is based on an edition used in the 1979/1980 edition. Inside you can turn to the centre pages for an eight page exclusive souvenir mini programme from that season.
The centenary celebrations continue with Chris Lynham’s memorable match feature which focuses on the 1984 FA Cup Fourth Round second replay which saw a crowd of over 17,500 pack into Priestfield.
Andrew Ford continues his series charting Gills progress against the Premiership and this week the spotlight falls on Stoke City who the club played earlier this year in the FA Cup Third Round.
Back to the present and we bring you the exclusive thoughts of Chairman Paul Scally and Gills Manager Martin Allen on our hard fought draws against Cheltenham Town and Plymouth Argyle.
Phill Catterick interviews Gills Northern Ireland U21 International defender Tom Flanagan, and Phill also puts Strength and Conditioning Coach James Russell `On the Spot. `
We've got the best of the action from our previous two games and you can read in depth analysis on this afternoon’s visitors.
All this and much, much more, all for just £3.00. The programme is on sale now, so pick up your copy at the GFC Megastore today, or from sellers all around the ground tomorrow.