First Team Star
Jan 10, 2017, 3:01 PM
Team(s): Not any more
Post #6 of 8
A good approach is to do what Crawley Green have done for ages (and Biggleswade United) also do. A static outer shell with adverts and club info, and anything directly related to the game in question (fixtures, results, line-ups and League news) on a removable typed insert which shouldn't cost much to redo in the event of a postponement.This has been standard practice for years outside the top two divisions of rugby union. I can't understand why so few non-league football clubs put their programmes together this way. Is it a stigma thing? Are issues of this type seen as somehow less valid? Interestingly, in rugby union, even at lower levels, programmes appear to be alive and well. Possibly because this (presumably much cheaper) approach is adopted. Given the size of some outer shells I've come across, the clubs must do pretty well out of advertising sales.
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(This post was edited by Feversham Lens on Jan 10, 2017, 3:20 PM)