Today's matchday programme is a 'special' edition copy celebrating the new Sky Blues Third Kit which was released on Friday, representing the 2 Tone music movement.
The 2 Tone music movement originated in Coventry, fusing traditional ska and reggae with musical elements of punk rock and new wave music – and was made famous by bands including Coventry’s The Specials and The Selecter, plus Madness, The Beat, Bad Manners and others.
The new kit commemorates the 40th anniversary of 2 Tone and the impact the music and movement had on society. At a time when racial tensions existed in Britain, many 2 Tone bands featured a mix of black, white, and multiracial people.
The black and white commemorative third kit brings together elements that made the 2 Tone movement famous to create another bespoke iconic design from Hummel.
Manager Mark Robins, captain Liam Kelly and defender Brandon Mason front today's programme with an indepth interview with Brandon inside.
We also speak to Mark Robins, Liam Kelly and Chief Executive Dave Boddy who discusses the process and the meaning of the new third kit.
There are several features to keep you entertained, including 'Decades of Destiny' as well as Jim Brown's regular PUSB Sky Blues Story feature.
All this and more, including taking a look at Sky Blues in the Community, the Under 23s and the Under 18s - for just £3.
You can get your copy of the programme around the ground for £3 - or buy online by clicking here.