Matchday Programme: Have Your Say

By SFC Media time Tue 28 May Club

Take the opportunity to tell us what you’d like to see more (or less) of in our official matchday programme.

Production of the official 2013/14 Southampton FC programme is already underway, with another exciting new design lined up for the season ahead.

But what content would you like to see inside it?

Last year’s publication stood out from the crowd, and won acclaim for its sleek and modern design.

Popular features within it included the gaffer’s notes, as well as the views from club captain Kelvin Davis, whilst our centre spread picture has proved to be the perfect showcase for our fantastic action photography.

Alongside our regular features, last season saw the introduction of some new and exclusive content:

- #MarchingIn – Where YOUR photos on social media told the story of our Barclays Premier League matches, both home and away. 

- Off the Record – A behind-the-scenes look at matches before, during, and after the 90 minutes of action.

- My Life Story – An illustrated biography of 19 players, with one profiled in each edition across two colourful pages.

- Stat Attack – Opta Stats collated data on each team to impress your fellow supporters with!

What were your thoughts on these additions?

How does the programme compare in general, and where else do you think the publication could be improved?

Give us your views on next season’s matchday programme by emailing thoughts and suggestions to our editorial team: [email protected] 

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