The Hibernian returns for Saturday's SPL game against Inverness at Easter Road (22 September, kick off 3pm, price: £2.50) and will be available to buy from the Clubstore and from vendors outside the stadium before the game with summer signing Tim Clancy the latest cover star.
There is a lot for Hibs supporters to enjoy in the latest edition including:
Pat's Column: The manager evaluates the team's start to the new season
Programme Corner: GPFootball.com review two programmes from the vault
Mount Florida Memories: John Litster revisits a Victory Cup Final programme at Hampden
Virtual Real-ity Madrid: Continuing new series highlighting the launch of the book, Football Manager Stole My Life. Supporter Ciaran Barber tells his tale.
Academy: The under-20s' 1-1 draw at Dunfermline reviewed
Easter Road Gallery: Centre-page poster of the 2012/13 First Team Squad
Plus Neil McGlade interviews unexpected goal machine, Tim Clancy in a two-page feature:
Tim Clancy has already marked the start of his Hibernian career with two memorably contrasting strikes - a beautifully struck free-kick against East Fife followed by an opportunist's goal at Celtic. Not bad for a player who hadn't previously found the net.
But the dark-haired Irishman's career has never been predictable. Approached by Millwall in 2003 with a lucrative pro-contract offer and the chance to embark on a full-time career staring at him in the face, the teenager opted to leave his Irish roots behind and head for the bright lights of London.
The culture shock was inevitable, arriving in a city inhabited by a bustling eight million population, his hometown of Trim, County Meath, appeared to be a million miles away.
The versatile defender, now 28, recalls his first footsteps as a professional, signing from Belvedere, a Dublin-based youth club renowned for showcasing raw schoolboy talent.
"It was a big difference from living back home as it was my first time away." Clancy said. "There were plenty of other Irish players at the club at that time so there was a really good atmosphere.
"The first team were doing really well in the First Division and then when it became the Championship. There were no so called 'superstars', although some of them have gone on to do really well so they were all really approachable.
"Belvedere is a schoolboy team in Ireland where there have been a lot of players who have come through their system and gone on to play in England. When the chance to sign for Millwall came up, I was obviously delighted and jumped at the opportunity."
To read the rest please purchase a copy of the programme (please buy early in order to avoid disappointment - once the print run is sold out, there won't be any more copies available).
If you wish to reserve a copy of the programme please email firstname.lastname@example.org and for postal orders please send a cheque for £3.50 to 'The Hibernian Football Club Limited' to Programme Orders, Easter Road Stadium, 12 Albion Place, Edinburgh, EH7 5QG