- Pocket schedule
A pocket schedule or fixtures card is a small card or foldable paper guide which typically fits in a
walletor sports clubs or their sponsorsfor marketing purposes, in addition to displaying the team's scheduled matches.
A typical pocket schedule may contain a full season match schedule for the team, venue information, contact information for purchasing tickets, promotional events, and major sponsor advertising. It may also include radio and television broadcast data.
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