Guide To The Game | Cray Valley PM


The Addicks are in FA Cup action on Sunday, hosting local side Cray Valley PM in the first round (KO 5.30pm GMT)

Click here to purchase your tickets for this weekend's clash. Tickets go offline two hours before kick-off but can be purchased on the gate in SE7 

Visiting The Valley for the first time? Click here to read our Visitors’ Guide

Armed Forces Day

As part of the club’s annual remembrance, a minute’s silence will take place ahead of Sunday’s FA Cup tie with Cray Valley PM at The Valley (KO 5.30pm GMT).

The club’s players will wear poppies on their shirts and an on-pitch, pre-match ceremony will include the laying of a wreath and buglers playing Reveille and The Last Post. 

Official Charlton and Royal British Legion poppy badges are close to selling out in the Valley Superstore. However, supporters can purchase online by clicking here

Get a special FA Cup programme

Fans can collect a special FA cup edition of Valley Review on Sunday when Cray Valley PM visit SE7.

Inside, find an exclusive interview with an excited Kevin Lisbie ahead of what he describes as the dream first-round tie. The former striker began his career with the Addicks and ended it at Eltham-based Cray Valley, where his son Kyrell now plays. The 19-year-old has scored 13 goals in 17 games for the Millers so far this season.

Head Coach Michael Appleton looks back on Tuesday's 3-2 win at Wigan Athletic and previews this weekend's cup clash, while Manchester City loanee Slobodan Tedić features in the latest edition of The Last Word.

The matchday programme gives an overview of Cray Valley PM's campaign to date, as well as an insight into their history, current squad and gaffer Steve McKimm.

Meanwhile, there is also an in-depth look back at the Addicks' first ever FA Cup tie back in 1914 - a short train ride down the line to Dartford.

As always, Valley Review rounds up all of the latest news from the men's U21s, U18s and the women's team.

All that and more can be found in Sunday's matchday programme, available for just £3 from in and around the ground (cash only). Those paying by card can purchase the programme from the club shop.

Head over to the Meantime Fans’ Bar

The Meantime Fans’ Bar will be opening its doors to supporters from 3pm and will serve a range of food and drink options in the build up to kick-off.

  • Pies
  • Sausage rolls
  • Hot dogs

Grab a picture with Floyd and Harvey

Charlton’s popular mascots can always be found in and around the ground in the build up to kick-off. 

Make sure to snap a picture with the duo and share your images on social media using #cafc for the chance to feature on the big screen during the match.

Get your 2023/24 gear from the club shop

All three of the club's 2023/24 Castore kits can be purchased in-store and online, as well as the training and travel ranges.

The Valley Superstore will be open from 11am until kick-off (5.30pm) on Sunday.

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