Attending the Addicks' Easter Monday clash against Burton Albion at The Valley on Monday? Here are five things to look out for.
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The Meantime Fans’ Bar will be opening its doors to supporters from 12pm on Monday - with a variety of food and drink options available to purchase.
CharltonTV’s popular pre-show will be screened from 2.15pm, with Alan Curbishley and Jason Pearce accompanying host Charlotte Richardson in the studio, presented by DNEL Ltd.
The Meantime Fans’ Bar will also be showing Monday’s early kick-off in the Championship as Huddersfield Town host Blackburn Rovers (12.30pm KO).
Fans can take advantage of huge discounts in the club shop on Monday.
This season's popular third kit has been marked down by 70%, while the home and away shirts, along with a range of training and leisure wear, have been reduced by 30%.
The Valley Superstore will be open from 10am until kick-off (3pm) and will then open for an additional 30 minutes after the full-time whistle.
All young Addicks are invited to join us in the Family Activity Zone (FAZ) ahead of Monday's meeting with Burton.
Our indoor FAZ - located in Valley Central - will be open from 12.30pm until 2.30pm, while our outdoor FAZ - located in the West Stand car park - will be open from 12.30pm until 2.15pm.
Join the fun inside the FAZ and take part in various activities such as pool, table football and table tennis. Younger fans have the opportunity to show off their artistic skills or draft a letter to their favourite Charlton men’s or women’s player in our letters to players box!
Outdoors, you can jump into our two-v-two panna cage and take a shot at our inflatable target shooter and target donut games. You can also put your football skills to the test against fellow young fans, with high scorers rewarded with a special prize!
Floyd and Harvey can always be found in and around The Valley before kick-off.
Pose for photos with the duo and be sure to share your pictures with us on social media using #cafc for your chance to be featured on the big screen.
During half-time, the club will be paying tribute to Head Groundsman Paul Geary, who is set to leave the Addicks at the end of the season following a remarkable 29 years of service.
(Article by Alex Forrest)