While we look forward to the day we can open the doors to the Riverside, we’re once again inviting supporters to take part in the next best thing - our virtual concourse.
The virtual concourse takes place as a zoom video call, starting from an hour prior to kick-off of each home match.
Hosted by Gordon Cox, it’s chance to mingle with other fans, talk about tactics and team news, give your thoughts and score predictions, and generally enjoy the excitement and anticipation that only matchdays can bring.
And in recent weeks, Gordon has been joined by surprise guests including the likes of first team stars Marcus Tavernier and Ashley Fletcher.
But don't just take our word for it - here's some of the fan feedback from our first two matchdays:
"I really enjoyed my time and the hour passed so quickly. There was plenty going on to entertain and build up and make everyone feel involved."
"I thought the Zoom call was faultless, everyone did an amazing job and I look forward to the next one."
"I really enjoyed the experience, it was really nice to meet and share with other fans."
"I loved it and if I get a chance to take part again I certainly will!"
"I never dreamt that when I started supporting the Boro way back in the 1950s that I would still be here supporting them on a laptop and using a thing called Zoom!"
Pukka Pies, who are sponsoring the Virtual Concourse, have also pledged to make one participating supporter a lucky winner - a season’s worth of Pukka Pies with one free pie every home matchday once we can welcome you back home to the Riverside.
If you would like to take part in an upcoming virtual concourse meet-up or would like more information please email email@example.com.