Date: 1st May 2018 at 7:22pm
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The EFL will meet this summer to discuss the possibility of ending the requirement from all clubs in the Football League to provide a matchday programme.

 Programme sales have been on the decline in recent years with the internet and social media being blamed for the decline in sales.

Every club in the league currently must provide a matchday programme but a number of clubs have asked the EFL if they must produce a publication for every home game with sales on the decline.

The EFL has confirmed that they will continue to produce a matchday programme for its five competition finals. The Carabao Cup, Checkatrade Trophy and Sky Bet Play-Offs for all three divisions will continue to have a programme printed.

The EFL will meet in June at their annual summer meeting to discuss the matter.

Do you still buy a programme?

Would you be disappointed if clubs stopped producing a matchday programme?