The latest edition of the 'Boundary Bulletin' is available for fans to download and save, free of charge.
The Stevenage online 16-page supplement features written notes direct from the new Head Coach Keith Curle, an in-depth look at the visitors, a tale from club legend Joe Royle about Ian Marshall from the anniversary videocasts about his time at Latics and an OAFC quiz.
The change from a printed version to an online programme is a decision that has been made as a result of fixtures continuing to be behind-closed-doors and an understandable reduction in the number of sales.
Alongside the printing company and their associated costs, this means until crowds can return to Boundary Park in some form, programmes will now be downloadable PDFs.
Once supporters are back, when government guidelines allow, the club will look to resume the production and printing of a 64-page programme for home league games and a reduced edition for cup matches.
Despite league rules allowing clubs to stop the production of programmes, the club feels this is a key component of the matchday experience and will endeavour to continue to produce a publication where possible.
The club would like to thank supporters who have purchased programmes direct from the Club Shop this season before lockdown.