Midfielder Ben Sheaf is the cover star and main interview in Friday night's programme versus Birmingham City.
The matchday programme is now available online for Friday night's, while you will also be able to buy around the ground too - including in the Superstore and at concourse kiosks.
Sheaf talks about his season so far in the interview, including his form and being awarded the Captain's armband in recent matches.
We also hear from Manager Mark Robins and Captain Liam Kelly in their regular columns, plus Chief Executive Dave Boddy following news that he has decided to leave the Sky Blues at the end of January.
We also speak to Fabio Tavares after the striker returned to action with the Under 21s last week, while Sky Blues in the Community and Coventry City Women and Girls FC have the latest news and information about their range of activities.
Friday's game see us supporting the 16 Days of Action campaign, highlighting the issue of domestic abuse. In the programme there is information about the campaign and the 'Safe to Talk' help that is available, with the White Ribbon displayed on the front of the programme too.
Regular feature 'He's One Of Our Own' profiles Gary McSheffrey, who starred for both of Friday's sides, while 'On This Day' looks back at Friday's date in the history of Coventry City.
Jim Brown continues his Sky Blue Story with a look back 50 years at the 1973/74 season - plus there's lot more to read and see in our matchday programme!
BUY YOUR PROGRAMME:
Fans will again be able to purchase their new-look programme for £3.50 from cashless food and drink kiosks around the ground, as well as from the Club Shop too plus the new East Stand concourse retail kiosk - all vastly increasing the purchasing options for supporters.
The programme will be available at the following kiosks: 1 (West Stand), 3, 4, 5 (North Stand), 10, 11, 12 (East Stand) and 15 (Singers Corner).
Fans will also be able to purchase outside the ground too (cash only), which is where the JSB programme vouchers will be accepted.