DON'T miss out on our Black Friday subscription offer which guarantees you half a year's worth of unlimited Wanderers articles for just £6, which ends tonight!

Our special offer runs until midnight, and will make sure you don't miss a single word of our coverage all the way up to the end of the season.

We’d like to thank the many readers who have subscribed already, enabling us to continue round-the-clock coverage of Wanderers, in print and online.

Of course, we will continue to offer some BWFC stories for free – our Matchday Live blog brings all the build-up, pictures, action and reaction from every single game, and we guarantee out match report will be filed straight after the whistle for all to read.

Even without a subscription, we’ll bring you up to date with injury news, plus cover all the items that you’d expect as the only daily source of Wanderers news.

But if you choose to become a subscriber, there is another level of coverage that we are very proud to produce.

Every week we bring the Big Match Preview and the Big Match Verdict – in-depth analysis and opinion from our chief football writer Marc Iles on the big game of the day.

Our digital reporter, Dan Barnes, brings exclusive access to Ian Evatt’s press conference, plus video interviews with players.

We catch up with local reporters from around the country in From The Press Box, getting insight from Bolton’s League One opponents.

And we bring features and interviews that are unavailable online to anyone else – including this six-parter from Wanderers legend Kevin Davies, and these from former Bolton Wanderers managers Colin Todd and Bruce Rioch.

And if podcasts are your thing – then we have an exclusive series called Stop Press: BWFC in the 90s, which will be returning very soon with three new episodes.

We also have plans for brand new video coverage in the New Year, and special extended editions of our popular Buff Podcast, which will only be available to subscribers.


Subscribing to The Bolton News allows you to read unlimited articles online and see the website in ad-lite form – which means no more annoying pop-ups. You also get access to a special app for your phone or tablet which is currently ad-free, and also allows you to read the whole paper in digital form, plus download back editions to read later.

You get access to reader competitions and offers and – most importantly – you make sure the newspaper continues to cover the issues that matter across the whole town, football or otherwise.

Since Kenny Davenport’s very first goal against Derby County, we have covered Wanderers through thick and thin, and we have some really exciting plans for the future. So for less than the price of a coffee, why not test out our online subscription and see what the fuss is all about?