Red Review is on sale to supporters tomorrow around the ground, in the club shop and hospitality.
After, new boy, Martin Smith featured in our opening programme of the new season, Red Review has met with Jermaine McGlashan - another summer addition to the Robins squad.
McGlashan speaks about his development through non-league football, how it's shaped his career and how his first six weeks at the County Ground have been.
Phil Brown talks about 'change' in his notes - change of personnel, but also changing the mentality of the players.
Olly Lancashire has his Captain's notes with Steve Anderson and Adam Wainwright contributing with their regular columns and insight into the club.
Away fans and those who want the inside on our visitors can find player profiles and a look at long-serving manager, Micky Mellon.
Don Rogers is back with his 'From the Don' space - he looks back at the 68/69 season and sees how the current vintage compare. He believes that Phil Brown has got the team playing some really attractive football and left the Macclesfield game thinking: "If it's like that every week, I'll be happy."
For our Junior Reds, we have the puzzles section complete with 'spot the ball', a wordsearch and lots of fun and games for the younger generation of Town fans.
We take a look through the camera lens in our Match Action sections - looking back at the trip to Lincoln and the visit of Forest Green Rovers.
Paul Ploman contributes to the programme with another edition of 'Fifty Years On' as well as a history of head-to-heads with Tranmere - he also covers our Youth Team's opening weekend.