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NEWS: Coventry City and Curtis Sport announce new programme partnership

New look programme to launch on 4th August...

25 July 2018

Coventry City are delighted to announce a new partnership with Curtis Sport.

The new agreement sees Curtis Sport become the producer of the Sky Blues matchday programme, working on the design and content of the 64-page publication.

Curtis Sport have over 25 years experience in the Sports and Print industry, working with clubs both in England and Scotland in a range of sports and previously worked successfully with the Sky Blues from 2014 to 2016.

The 2018/19 PUSB will continue to see club Head of Marketing & Communications Mark Hornby and Press Officer Alex Lowe contribute to the programme, alongside external writer Rob Mason and Club Historian Jim Brown, on a range of content and features from around the club.

The team at Curtis Sport, which includes former CCFC Publications Editor and Graphic Designer Carl Newell, have been working on a refreshed design for the 2018/19 programme which will be in place for the Sky Blues opening game of the season at home to Scunthorpe.

Stuart Curtis, of Curtis Sport, said: “We are delighted to be working with the club again.

“The design team are busy putting together a publication that we hope City fans will enjoy.”

Dave Boddy, Coventry City Chief Executive, said:

“We’re very pleased to announce our partnership with Curtis Sport.

“The programme came on leaps and bounds last season, and we look forward to that continuing.

“It is a time when some clubs are reducing their commitment to a matchday programme, but Coventry City has always been an innovator in programmes and we remain committed to the programme as a key part of matchdays.

 “We have been very impressed by what Curtis Sport will bring to the programme, and we are already looking forward to the first edition against Scunthorpe.”

Supporters will be able to buy the programme for £3 around the ground on matchdays, and buy online at

Fans will also be able to subscribe to the programme from £95 – just click here.

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