The latest edition of the 'Boundary Bulletin' is now available for fans to purchase.
The Leyton Orient programme (priced at £3) contains an in-depth interview with Sido Jombati, a retro rewind of Latics' 3-1 win at Elland Road in 2007 and former first-team physio Ian Liversedge recalling his time working under Joe Royle at Boundary Park.
Whilst you're here...
Despite this change in the league rules, Latics will continue to produce a 64-page programme for home league games and a reduced edition for cup matches - but it needs your backing once more, especially with games being behind-closed-doors.
While our club partners continue to support us, and fans still buy the programme in sufficient numbers, we will continue to produce a programme for the foreseeable future.
How To Buy Programmes
Matchday programmes will be available to purchase in-store at the Club Shop throughout the year.
Additionally, the club is still working hard to make programmes available to buy online, on the Club Shop website to allow fans who can't make it to the ground a chance to get their hands on a copy. When this is confirmed further communication will be published.
The opening times of the Club Shop are as follows, but it will be open this evening (Tuesday 15 September) between 5:30-6:30pm for the families of academy scholars as well as the public.
Please note, for home matchdays the Club Shop will be closed, like the Ticket Office, due to games being classed as behind-closed-doors and in order to prevent fans from travelling to Boundary Park and breaking local lockdown advice.
|Tuesday to Saturday||10am-3pm|
You may also contact the store direct on email email@example.com or telephone 0161 624 3538.
The address of the Club Shop is below with parking available directly outside.
Oldham Athletic Fan Store
Joe Royle Stand
Boundary Park (Off Hilbre Avenue)