The Hibernian, the club's award-winning match programme, is now available to purchase ahead of today's Clydesdale Bank Scottish Premier League match against Dundee United. The Hibernian will be available to buy from vendors outside the stadium before kick-off and also in the Club Store.
In a 52-page edition (price: £3) bursting with must-read articles - with all the regular popular features plus much more - there is plenty for The Hibernian readers to savour including:
The Dugout: Colin Calderwood's exclusive column
Glorious in Green & White - Richard Payne recalls the Hibernian career of Jimmy O'Rourke.
Chairman's Column: Rod Petrie gives his viewpoint
Plus in a three-page feature titled 'Bright Spark', editor Andrew Sleight chats to cover star and loan recruit Leigh 'Sparky' Griffiths about what it means to him to wear the green.

The feature begins as follows:

Buzzing like a wasp and stinging like a diehard Hibee, Leigh Griffiths has brought a gust of invigorating fresh air to the team's attack since joining the club on loan.
Having supported Hibernian from the stands as a boy and after playing for the team in green at junior level - before spells with Livingston and Dundee - Griffiths must have felt like he was coming home.
But his transition from Leith Academy to the Leith San Siro has not been a smooth ride, although the Scotland under-21 striker says he is glad he got there in the end.
Griffiths said: "To play for Hibs at Easter Road was a dream come true - words cannot explain it to be honest.
"It is something that I've wanted to do since I was a wee boy and, even though I'm from the area, I've had to go a long way in order to make it happen."
As a seven-year-old, Griffiths was invited to play for his local boys club, Leith Athletic and he scored twice on his debut against Hutchison Vale down at the Links; instantly proving he had a priceless knack for finding the net.
Playing alongside Sean Welsh and former Hibernian midfielder Lee Currie, Griffiths provided the firepower that took Leith under-12s to the Scottish Youth Cup final at Airdrie in May 2003.
Facing Hutchison Vale - with Paul Hanlon and Danny Galbraith in their ranks -Griffiths scored the decisive second goal in a 2-0 triumph at New Broomfield; a feat he still remembers.
Griffiths said: "I remember it clearly; it was us and Hutchy (Hutchison Vale) competing for the league every season.
"It wasn't the best of games and the goals came near the end - it was a good day for me and Welshy, but heart-breaking for Paul and Danny.
"Paul says he still remembers it, but says Hutchy won it the next year. It was a great feeling as an 11-year-old to win the Scottish Cup.
"I'll never forget Leith Athletic for as long as I live. I've still got my trophy I got for scoring over 100 goals in a season. I will always love Leith for what they did for me."
With Welsh and Currie, Griffiths began training with Hibernian and was involved in some Academy games before he was told the horrible news that he was surplus to requirements.
He added: "I'm sure in my last game for Hibs we beat Aberdeen 6-2; that was the last thing I remember about playing for the club.
"That was on the Saturday and then on the Tuesday or Wednesday my Dad got the phonecall.
"I was gutted -my boyhood heroes told me that they weren't interested in me and that was very hard to take.
"But my Dad said to me: You've got to take it on the chin and try to move on from it."
The motto underneath Leith Athletic's crest is Persevere and that was the trait Griffiths called upon in order to make it to the top.
He was constantly reminded about his ultimate goal - to one day eventually play for Hibernian - every time he kicked a ball, especially when he moved schools to join Leith Academy; situated a goal kick away from the stadium.
He said: "I was told that I would never play for Hibs, so to then move from Portobello to Leith Academy meant that I was right by Easter Road.
"Whenever we did PE outside you would look up and see the stand and think: That is where I want to be. I always wanted to play at Easter Road and thankfully I got to do it against Aberdeen."
If you love the team in green then you will enjoy reading The Hibernian, so make sure you get hold of a copy this weekend before they are all sold out.
If you want to pre-order a programme please call the Hibernian Clubstore on 0131 656 7078