The Family Activity Zone (FAZ) which Charlton Athletic Community Trust (CACT) runs on behalf of the Club ahead of every Charlton Athletic men's home fixture, will also be on before Charlton Athletic Women’s game at The Valley against Aston Villa tomorrow.
The FAZ is open to all young supporters who are attending the game, and is a great way to have some pre-match fun.
Bradley Marshall, CACT's SE London Football & Sports Development Officer, said:
"We're delighted to support the Women's game at The Valley on Saturday with the Family Activity Zone.
"We hope to see as many people there are as possible to support the team and have a go on one of our fun activities.
"We're grateful for the support the Women's team provide us in terms of players visiting our programmes and more, and we didn't hesitate when asked to set up the FAZ to help bring more younger fans to the game."
CACT is pleased to have such a positive relationship with the Women's team, with a number of players supporting CACT projects across South East London and Kent.
Katie Startup visited one of CACT's mental health programmes on Thursday 10 October, on World Mental Health Day, to show her support. The 20 year-old was named PFA Community Champion last season for her work in the community.
Kim Dixson, CACT's London Social Inclusion Coordinator, is also Charlton Athletic Women Assistant Coach.