Digital Programmes Now Available To Purchase Via MatchDay Digital
Blackpool Football Club is delighted to announce that fans can now purchase a digital version of the matchday programme via MatchDay Digital.
MatchDay Digital is the world’s first, football first, digital magazine platform, bringing together premium paid content from Club’s matchday programmes, popular football magazines, newspapers, and high-quality fan-produced fanzines.
Speaking about the new partnership, Matchday Digital Founder, CEO, Damian Woodward had this to say:
“We have been developing Matchday Digital over the last 18 months with a view to really finding a way of bringing traditionally printed-quality longer-form journalism to a single platform dedicated solely to football.
“Simply speaking MatchDay digital is a one stop shop for all of your favourite football titles. I am absolutely delighted to be showcasing the app with Blackpool FC.”
You can download the free MatchDay Digital app from the Apple App Store and Google Play.
Apple devices can download MatchDay Digital here.
Google and Android devices can download MatchDay Digital here.
Once in the app, you will see Blackpool’s Matchday programme displayed in the top left corner of the home screen page. Click on the image of the cover and then select one of the subscription options.
Alongside the programme you will find your regular weekly fix of The League Paper and popular monthly titles such as WSC, FourFourTwo and Late Tackle, plus some well-known fanzines and books and loads of other gems.
The downloadable digital programme is priced at £2.99 per issue, or £59.99 for a seasonal subscription (home league programmes only) both of which are paid for within the app
As well as the new digital programme, supporters can still purchase a printed copy of the matchday programme from the Club Shop, or via the online store. Programme sellers will also be placed in and around the ground.
Saturday’s programme for the match against Cardiff City includes interviews with Shayne Lavery and Oliver Casey, as well as regular columns from Head Coach Neil Critchley and captain Chris Maxwell.