Here's what's coming up in tomorrow's match day magazine
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 Rochdale, we’re dipping into the 80's and tomorrow’s cover is based on the one used for Dale’s visit to Priestfield in 1989/90 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 pay homage to the free-scoring 1974 side while Richard Day looks back at Gillingham’s 2008/09 play–off winning campaign in The Good, the Bad and the Gills.
Andrew Ford continues his series charting Gills progress against the Premiership, this week the spotlight is on Sunderland, and Nigel Clark explores the history of Rochdale’s home stadium, Spotland.
Back to the present and we bring you the exclusive thoughts of Chairman Paul Scally and Gills Manager Martin Allen on our victories over Southend and Port Vale plus the club’s new Charity Take Heart Mercy Mission.
Phill Catterick interviews Gills ever-present full-back, Joe Martin and goalkeeper coach Carl Muggleton answers our quick fire questions in On The Spot.
We've got the best of the action from the epic ten man home win over Southend and last weekend's top of the table triumph at Vale Park.
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.