Supporters visiting One Call Stadium for our final home game of the 2016/17 season against Portsmouth this Saturday (29 April, 3pm kick-off) can buy a copy of The Stag for just £3.
In this season's final edition of our official matchday programme, our assistant manager Paul Raynor headlines the feature-length interview.
Raynor focuses on his long-standing managerial partnership with manager Steve Evans, after the duo previously led Crawley Town and Rotherham United to multiple promotions.
The conversation further sheds light on their time in Nottinghamshire so far and the Stags’ promotion hopes this term.
Moreover, The Stag has received commendation from another third party publication. After it was named runners-up in Programme Monthly’s Sky Bet League Two Programme of the Year awards in February, our matchday programme has now gone one better and clinched the division’s top spot as Sports Trader Magazine’s Programme of the Year.
Shifting the spotlight onto the academy, under 18s’ manager John Dempster has proudly praised his charges for successfully retaining the EFL Youth Alliance title for the second year running.
The former Stags’ captain also reflects on the past two seasons, and looks forward to keeping up the academy’s high standards in the coming years.
In under 21s’ news, first-team midfielder James Baxendale shares his thoughts on getting game time in Mike Whitlow’s side as the first team pro was deployed at right-back against Rotherham in midweek.
Do you know how many players from Portsmouth featured in the 2010 FIFA World Cup? Read about that and other statistics from the Pompey’s history in The Stag’s ‘In Numbers’ segment.
There is a large portfolio of information about Saturday's visitors, including the history of the city, stadium and clubs who share Portsmouth's blue jerseys, plus much more.
As our ‘One game wonders’ series comes to an end this term, journalist Tathagata Mukherjee profiles midfielder Layton Maxwell. The former Liverpool hotshot made a brief stop at Mansfield in 2005, featuring for the Stags just once against Rochdale.
Supporters who purchase a programme will also receive a FREE reversible poster, including a montage of a selection of this season's programme covers on one side.
The Stag can be bought for only £3 from out ticket office, merchandise stall or any programme vendor around the stadium on Saturday.