Our matchday programme The Mariner will be on sale tomorrow for the visit of Port Vale to Blundell Park (Kick Off: 3pm).
Whether it’s exclusive first team interviews, quizzes and games to entertain the kids or a bit of Mariners nostalgia you’re after, tomorrow’s 64-page programme is packed full of interesting content for supporters of all ages. Inside the Port Vale edition of The Mariner you will find...
Utility man Elliott Hewitt speaks to Media Officer Ryan Petterson about being happy playing full-back or in midfielder for the Mariners. The summer signing also features as the pull-out centrefold.
Programme editor Jack Johnson speaks to Kingsley Black, the super sub who scored the equaliser against Bournemouth in the Auto Windscreens Shield Final at Wembley in 1998.
Jim Connor explains how an adopted chant ended up becoming synonymous with the club for 40 years.
Michael Jolley shares his thoughts on his side’s spirited comeback against Colchester United on Tuesday.
We’ve got four pages of ‘Mini Mariners’ content including a Q&A with James Hanson and photographs from the midweek’s matchday activities.
There’s an interview with Paine Proffitt and another exclusive GTFC-themed piece by the renowned football artist.
Rob McIlveen tells the story of four more games from Town’s 1979-80 title-winning season.
There are also updates from the Mariners Trust, Grimsby Town Sports & Education Trust and Grimsby Town Women’s FC.
And we have the lowdown on our opponents, Port Vale, past encounters between the two sides and football photographer Roy Stuart Clarke talks about his favourite photo of our opponents from his vast - and stunning - collection.
The Mariner will be available around the ground priced at £3 - make sure you pick up your copy before you go through the turnstiles!