HALL OF FAME | Vote for the class of 2023


Fans can now cast their vote for the 2023 Charlton Hall of Fame inductees.

As always, three eras are represented - pre-1950s, 1951-85 and 1986 to date - and supporters have the choice of three players from each period.

The three elected entrants will join club legends such as Sam Bartram, Keith Peacock, Derek Hales and Clive Mendonca in the club's Hall of Fame and will be listed on the Hall of Fame board in the Charlton Athletic Museum.

Fans can have their say by voting here. Voting closes on Sunday, April 2nd.

This year’s contenders are…


Chris Duffy

Appearances: 183

Goals: 10

A Scottish winger who made almost 200 appearances for the Addicks in the years following World War Two. He scored a Charlton record of 10 goals in the FA Cup in 1945/46 - including both in the 2-0 semi-final win against Bolton Wanderers.

Duffy's greatest achievement was scoring the goal when Charlton beat Burnley to win the FA Cup at Wembley in 1947.

Jack Horton

Appearances: 272

Goals: 58

Another winger, Horton hardly missed a match for six seasons and 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.

Joe Jobling

Appearances: 223

Goals: 5

A midfielder during the period of Charlton's greatest success, Jobling made over 200 appearances for the club and was a regular during the two promotions between 1934-36 that took the club into Division One for the first time.

He played 33 games in 1936/37 when Charlton finished second in Division One. 


Nicky Johns

Appearances: 322

Goals: 0

A goalkeeper who made more than 300 appearances for Charlton and was voted Player of the Year on three occasions.

His 19 clean sheets in 1980/81 remains a club record. Johns played in two Charlton promotion sides and was first choice in goal for over seven years.

Brian Kinsey

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. A one-club man.

Phil Warman

Appearances: 364

Goals: 20

Warman played in two Charlton promotion sides and, like Kinsey, started life as a winger but was converted into a tough tackling full-back.

In 11 years in the first team, Warman managed 364 league and cup matches and would have played more but for three separate cartilage operations.

1986 to date

Matt Holland

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.

Claus Jensen

Appearances: 133

Goals: 17

A classy and skilful midfield player who played 133 games for Charlton during the Premier League era, Jensen was a Danish international and is fondly remembered for his fantastic goal at Highbury in November 2001.

Yann Kermorgant

Appearances: 96

Goals: 31

A strong, brave and combative centre-forward, Kermorgant joined Charlton from Leicester City in 2013, reuniting with Manager Chris Powell.

The Frenchman immediately formed a fruitful partnership with fellow frontman Bradley Wright-Phillips, notching 12 goals to help fire the Addicks to the League One title in his debut campaign.

Kermorgant was club’s joint-top scorer for the two seasons thereafter, though he was much more than just a goalscorer. Indeed, his presence seemed to lift the team whenever he was on the field. 

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