by hibs.admin / September 21, 2023 / Categories: News

Hibernian Supporters are delighted to be working with The Hibernian – the club’s fan-run match programme – for the 2023/24 season, with a regular page in all issues throughout the season.

The Hibernian is written, edited and designed by Hibs fans and all monies raised from sales of the programme are directed to Hibs-related charities, including the Hibernian Community Foundation.

With regular features, trips down memory lane, updates from around the club and a look at our opponents every week, The Hibernian offers fans young and old the opportunity to continue to purchase a matchday programme.

Hibernian Supporters director Gordon Smith is pleased to support The Hibernian this season:

“We are really proud to be working with The Hibernianfor the 2023/24 season. As fans we are passionate about working together for the benefit of our club and our community – and we believe Hibernian Supporters and The Hibernian share these values.

“The work which is carried out by a group of dedicated volunteers is excellent and it’s brilliant that supporters have the chance to continue to buy, read and collect a match programme as part of their visits to Easter Road.”

The Hibernian Supporters page in the programme will be updated throughout the season to keep fans up to speed with the latest news and information on all things to do with the club’s second largest shareholder.

We are run by fans, for the fans, and we are committed to ensuring our members and the wider fanbase are informed about our activities throughout the year.

Supporters looking to stay up to date with The Hibernian are encouraged to join the programme’s Facebook group by clicking here or searching ‘The Hibernian Match Programme’ on Facebook.

Priced at £2 per issue, fans can pick up a copy of The Hibernian from the club shop at Easter Road, Almondvale Programmes, the Alhambra Bar, Edinburgh City FC Social Club and from the gates of the East Stand before kick-off.

Fans looking for updates about The Hibernian and anyone who is keen to get involved is encouraged to contact:

Eddie Henry:

Brian Johnston:

Stephen Young:

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