West Ham United supporters simply cannot afford to miss the 2009/10 official matchday programme.
Jam-packed with exclusive interviews and photographs, the all-new matchday programme contains everything a fan could want to know about their club.
Saturday's visit of SSC Napoli for the Bobby Moore Cup will be no different, with a competition to win a shirt signed by Saturday's guest of honour Sir Trevor Brooking.
Inside, Sir Trevor speaks about his life and times as a West Ham player, caretaker manager and director on the day the North Stand is re-named in his honour. Stephanie Moore MBE also discusses the legacy of her late husband Bobby and the charity she set up in his honour.
On the playing side, Danny Gabbidon talks about his joy at making a scoring return from injury at the Barclays Asia Trophy, while Robert Green reveals his sporting ambitions in the new 'Talking Football' feature.
Valon Behrami has donned his manager's coat in 'My Dream Team' while, from days gone by, former Hammers striker Florin Raducioiu talks about his time at the Boleyn Ground in 'Where Are They Now?'
Manager Gianfranco Zola speaks about his hopes ahead of the new season in his exclusive column, while there are also profiles of the club's summer signings Luis Jimenez, Frank Nouble, Fabio Daprela and Jack Lampe.
The first edition of the new season will also showcase a host of interesting and exciting new features, including:
*Meet The Visitors - A colourful and insightful look at SSC Napoli, with extensive pen-pictures and new 'Scouting Report' and 'Talking Tactics' sections giving a closer look at our opponents.
*Learning His Trade - An in-depth interview with defender Matt Fry, who signed his first professional contract in June.
*Team Behind The Team - A chat with Stijn Vandenbroucke, a new member of the club's medical department.
*Recipe For Success - Head chef Tim De'Ath with his own take on Italian meatballs.
*Cypriot and Blue - A closer look at Cypriot First Divison Club Enosis Paralimni, who have played in claret and blue ever since Bobby Moore sent them a West Ham United kit 38 years ago.
With ticket news, appearance records, league tables, supporters' messages and much, much more, fans cannot afford to miss the all-new official matchday programme.
The 84-page West Ham United official matchday programme will be available in and around the Boleyn Ground on Saturday, priced £3.50.