Five things to do at Oxford match


Attending Saturday's home clash against Oxford United? Here are five things to look out for...

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Compete in the free FIFA tournament!

Given that Saturday's themed matchday is eSports Day, a FIFA tournament will take place in SE7 with a copy of FIFA 23 up for grabs.

The tournament will run from 1pm until 2.15pm in the indoor Family Activity Zone (FAZ) and the winner will be presented with their copy by a men's first-team player.

The outdoor FAZ, located in the West Stand car park, will be open from 12.30pm until 2.15pm.

With a two-v-two panna cage, an inflatable target shooter and atarget donut games, you can put your skills to the test against fellow young fans. High scorers have the chance to win a prize!

Entry and all activities are free of charge, so why not come down and join us before the game…

Pose for a photo with Floyd and Harvey!

The Addicks' popular mascots Floyd and Harvey can be found in and around The Valley ahead of the match.

Pose for pictures with the duo and be sure to share your selfies with us at #cafc for your chance to be featured on the big screen.

Get your 2022/23 Charlton merch from the Valley Superstore

All three of the Addicks’ 2022/23 Castore kits are available to purchase from the Valley Superstore, as well as training and travel wear.

The club shop will be open from 10am until kick-off (3pm) and will then open for an additional 30 minutes following the full-time whistle.

Visit the free Fans' Bar

The Fans’ Bar will be opening its doors to supporters from 12pm and will be showing Arsenal v Tottenham Hotspur (12.30pm) and West Ham United v Wolves (5.30pm).

It will also screen CharltonTV's pre-game show from 2.15pm as well as the post-game show.

Visit the Charlton Athletic Museum

Soak in the club's history in the Charlton Athletic Museum, open from 11am until 1pm on Saturday and located in The Valley's Covered End.

A huge amount of ‘Back to The Valley’ memorabilia is also on show – apt given that 2022 sees the club celebrate the 30th anniversary of its return home – plus much, much more from the founding of the club in 1905 up until the modern day. 

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