Her Game Too Themed Matchday | Charlton Athletic v London City Lionesses

Her Game Too

Join us at The Valley for our Her Game Too themed women’s matchday this Sunday as we host London City Lionesses in the Barclays Women’s Championship (KO 2pm GMT).

The club, Charlton Athletic Community Trust, University of Greenwich and Charlton’s Her Game Too working group have joined forces on a host of activities for both the men’s fixture against Carlisle United earlier this month and our clash this Sunday.

Try the new About Time beer from Meantime

Supporters will be able to purchase a pint or can of Meantime’s new beer About Time on Sunday in the West Stand concourse and Club 1905, every pint sold will see Meantime donate 25p to Charlton Athletic Community Trust for women’s football initiatives in the local community.

Her Game Too warm up shirts

Prior to kick-off, Karen Hills’ side will wear special edition Her Game Too t-shirts for their warm up. Images can be seen across all social media platforms ahead of 2pm.


Also, a number of young girls from local football teams will be in attendance and have been selected as our matchday mascots as we welcome London City Lionesses to The Valley! All 23 mascots will be walking out with the Addicks players ahead of kick-off!

In addition to this, a fan has been selected to read out our squad list pitchside.

Events prior to this weekend

Earlier this month, as part of the club’s International Women’s Day celebrations, Charlton Athletic Community Trust (CACT) invited more than 130 girls to Charlton Athletic’s Training Ground for a Premier League Kicks tournament.

For more information on how the event got on click here!

In addition to this, Charlton Athletic players and staff including Beth Roe and Sian Rogers attended two events earlier this month. 

The first came as Beth Roe accompanied Tracey Leaburn, Charlotte Richardson and Ashar Magoba, as they travelled to Ealdham Primary school. Speaking with the pupils and hoping to inspire a new generation within the sport.

Elsewhere, Sian Rogers and Charlotte Richardson attended one of CACT’s Wildcats sessions for girls aged between 5-11. Providing the younger generation with their first steps within football.

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