Don't forget to pick up your copy of The Wanderer ahead of Saturday's clash with Preston North End at Macron Stadium.
Priced at £3 for 84 pages of exclusive content, our latest edition features an in-depth interview with academy graduate Josh Vela and a pull-out poster of our No.6.
The 24-year-old joined Wanderers at Under-9 level and has since gone on to make over 150 appearances for the club to date, in turn becoming firmly part of the furniture at Macron Stadium.
Ahead of the visit of our local rivals meanwhile, he sat down for an exclusive chat with the club's matchday programme to reflect upon his exploits with the Trotters so far since turning professional at BL6 in 2011.
Alongside Vela's interview, we've also got an extensive look at our visitors from Deepdale.
With player profiles on their key men and a full roll call for Alex Neil's men, there's also 'We've Met Before', 'One Of Each' and 'The Other Side Of The Fence' amongst various other features to ensure that you're clued up about our counterparts from Lancashire.
Prostate Cancer UK
Bolton Wanderers are delighted to welcome Prostate Cancer UK to Macron Stadium this Saturday.
Volunteers will be collecting money outside the ground this afternoon and with your generosity will be raising money to beat a disease killing 1 man every 45 minutes in the UK.
Prostate Cancer UK is the Official Charity Partner of the EFL. Their “Man of Men” logo sits proudly in the squad numbers of every one of our player’s shirts.
But what does it mean? Prostate Cancer UK’s “Man of Men” represents everyone who wants to stop prostate cancer being a killer. It’s a badge proudly worn by Sky Sports presenter Jeff Stelling and his fellow pundits week in week out on Soccer Saturday.
Last year Jeff Stelling walked with football fans Kevin and Lloyd two inspirational men, living with incurable prostate cancer who are doing everything they can to raise money to beat a disease killing one man every 45 minutes in the UK.
This June, Prostate Cancer UK will again be recruiting an army of walkers across the country after new figures have shown the number of men dying from prostate cancer has overtaken the number of women dying from breast cancer, making prostate cancer the third biggest cancer killer in the UK.
To combat these latest stats the charity will be heading to a number of locations, including Nottingham, on 30 June 2018 at Colwick Country Park. Providing a choice of distances – circa 2k, 5k, or 10k - participants are encouraged to fundraise through sponsorship in their own bid to beat the disease.
If you’re interested in joining one of the marches and putting your best foot forward, then visit Prostate Cancer UK’s website at www.prostatecanceruk.org/marchformen to find out more.
You can also show your support like Kevin, Lloyd and Jeff Stelling by wearing your Prostate Cancer UK badge with pride.
Text BADGE to 70004 to donate £5 to help stop prostate cancer being a killer (and get your own Prostate Cancer UK badge to wear with pride).
All this plus the usual columns from the manager, captain and chairman and updates from our Under-18s, Under-23s are waiting for you inside the latest copy of the Whites' programme.
Sellers will be situated both inside and outside Macron Stadium ahead of the game.