HALL OF FAME | Choose the class of 2024


Charlton supporters now can vote for the first ever women's Hall of Fame inductee.

The elected entrant will become the first woman in the club's Hall of Fame and will be listed on the Hall of Fame board in the Charlton Athletic Museum.

Women's Hall of Fame

Kim Dixson (2004-2018)

Appearances: 273

Goals: 49

An academy graduate who joined Charlton at the age of nine and gave more than two decades of service to the club, Dixson led the Addicks to the FA Women's Premier League Southern Division title in 2010/11 and the FA Women's National League play-off final in 2017/18, when they beat Blackburn Rovers to seal a place in the FA Women's Championship. 

The former midfielder also went on to win various other cup finals, including the Capital and Ryman Cups, most memorably the FA Women's National League Cup in 2014/15.

Karen Hills (2001-2007)

Appearances: 156

Goals: 4

A former centre-back who joined Charlton from Wembley Mill Hill (now QPR) in September 2001, Hills was named Manager's Player of the Year in 2001/02 following an impressive debut campaign.

During her time with the Addicks, she reached the final of the FA Cup four times in five years between 2003 and 2007, and lifted the trophy in 2005 after beating Everton 1-0. Hills was also part of the Charlton side that won the Premier League Cup in 2004 and 2006.

Pauline Cope (2000-2007)

Appearances: 155

Goals: 0

An England international goalkeeper who received 60 caps, Cope signed for Charlton in 2003.

Like Hills, Cope helped the Addicks win the FA Cup in 2005 as well as the Premier League Cup in 2004 and 2006.

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Men's Hall of Fame


Ralph Allen (1934-1936)

Appearances: 54

Goals: 48

Charlton's all-time leading scorer for a single season who fired 33 goals in 30 matches in 1934/35 to fire the Addicks to promotion.

Allen also played in the 1935/36 promotion-winning campaign.

Jackie Horton (1926-1933)

Appearances: 272

Goals: 58

A winger who hardly missed a match for six seasons, Horton played 272 games for Charlton before being sold to Chelsea in 1933.

He was one of the stars of the 1928/29 side that won promotion to Division Two, scoring 16 goals during that campaign.

Scotty Kingsley (1911-1922)

Appearances: 105

Goals: 7

A crucial figure in Charlton's early history, Kingsley was a regular player before World War One, proposed reforming the club after the war and helped identify The Valley as the club's new ground in 1919.

In 1922, he allowed himself to be sold to Fulham, against his wishes, to save the club from bankruptcy.


Cyril Hammond (1950-1957)

Appearances: 208

Goals: 4

'Mr Reliable', Hammond was a wing-half who was known for his tremendous energy and endless running.

He was an ever-present in Charlton's most successful post-war league season in 1952/53.

Billy Kiernan (1949-1960)

Appearances: 401

Goals: 93

A very talented winger who is one of only eight players who have amassed more than 400 games for Charlton.

Kiernan scored nearly 100 goals for the Addicks, the majority of which cane in the First Division. A one-club man.

Brian Kinsey (1956-1970)

Appearances: 418

Goals: 26

418 league and cup appearances for Charlton over a 14-year period as an Addick, Kinsey started on the left wing but was converted to a full-back.

He was a reliable and consistent presence throughout the 1960s and was very unlucky never to play in the First Division. Another one-club man.

1986 to date

Matt Holland (2003-2009)

Appearances: 215

Goals: 14

An outstanding midfielder and swashbuckling captain who played 215 matches for Charlton and was voted Player of the Year in 2008.

A Republic of Ireland international, Holland skippered the club to a seventh-place finish in 2003/04, the Addicks' highest placing in the Premier League.

John Humphrey (1985-1996)

Appearances: 267

Goals: 4

A classy full-back, Humphrey was part of the team that was promoted to the First Division in 1985/86 while in exile at Selhurst Park.

He was remarkably named Charlton's Player of the Year in 1988, 1989 and 1990.

Scott Minto (1988-1994)

Appearances: 205

Goals: 10

An academy graduate who made his first-team debut aged 17 in 1988, Minto made more than 200 appearances for the club and received Charlton's Young Player of the Year award in 1989 and 1990.

The full-back, who received six caps for England U21s, was named in the PFA's First Division Team of the Year in 1993/94 and was then sold to Premier League side Chelsea.

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