Don’t miss out on a copy of Fleetwood Town’s official matchday programme this weekend!
Fleetwood Town supporters are reminded that they can get their hands on the full print 76-page edition of CODARMY from all around Highbury Stadium in the build up to this weekend's top of the table clash against the current league leaders Rochdale.
The official matchday programme will provide all the up-to-date news, views, features and interviews to keep you in the best possible knowledge with the events occurring around Highbury Stadium.
CODARMY is released for every home game and is packed full of exclusive content, making it a must read for Town fans of all ages, and this week’s edition includes:
Graham Alexander’s comments: Town’s manager reflects on Tuesday's 3-1 victory over Bristol Rovers and calls for the fans to be the 12th man when his side take on Rochdale.
All the talk from the boardroom: Andy Pilley explains why he believes Fleetwood can still catch the current top three and claim automatic promotion this season .
Captain’s notes: Mark Roberts looks back on a 'massive' victory over Bristol Rovers and insists that he is confident Town can put an end to this weekend's opponents' recent good form.
Main Interview: Upcoming Town prospect Jamie Allen is the latest player under the spotlight as he spoke in great depth with David Mitchell about life before Fleetwood as well as THAT goal against Northampton Town last season
Paul Collier speaks to the man behind the voice of Fleetwood Town and Highbury Stadium.
An extensive look at this weekend's opposition as well as regular insight into the players who have played for both clubs.
Sam Gilliland spoke with Leighanne Coyle from the Rochdale media department on what to expect from Dale at Highbury.
Striker David Ball spoke to the matchday programme after making a goalscoring return to the starting line-up against Rovers on Tuesday night.
Get the latest news from the Fleetwood Town youth set-up as Academy manager Steve Carlin talks about the next step of their development.
Tweets of the Week: Have your tweets made into the latest edition of CODARMY?
With all that and much more for just £3.00, Fleetwood Town’s official programme really is an essential matchday accessory.