The Addicks head to Cambridge United this weekend and fans outside of the UK and Ireland can watch every kick of Saturday's clash live on CharltonTV (7.45pm KO GMT).
Dean Holden's men travel to the Abbey Stadium on the back of a convincing 4-1 triumph at Morecambe in midweek.
Host Scott Minto will be joined by Steve Brown and Kevin Lisbie in the CharltonTV studio, presented by DNEL Ltd, with the trio going live on air from 2.15pm GMT – 45 minutes before kick-off.
Supporters will be treated to a host of features, debate and exclusive interviews before the action gets under way at 3pm.
Addicks overseas can enjoy all this, plus the game itself, half time and full-time analysis by purchasing a live streaming match pass for just £10.
Click here to purchase your live streaming match pass for Cambridge v Charlton.
Alternatively, overseas supporters can set themselves up to watch every game this season by purchasing a CharltonTV LIVE subscription for just £220 per annum or £35 per month recurring.
These subscriptions will grant supporters access to live stream EVERY league game during the 2022/23 season. The cost of the annual subscription breaks down to less than £5 per game.
Click here to purchase your CharltonTV LIVE subscription as an overseas supporter.
Fans in the UK or Ireland, meanwhile, are not permitted to live stream Saturday’s game at Cambridge due to EFL broadcast rules. They can, however, listen to live audio commentary of the game on CharltonTV.
Annual and monthly CharltonTV subscriptions are priced at £65 per year and £7 per month recurring and they grant fans access to live audio commentary of every competitive first-team match. Subscribers can also live stream a host of matches as part of their subscriptions but this does NOT include the live streaming of competitive men’s first-team games.
Click here to purchase your CharltonTV live audio commentary subscription.
Supporters all over the world will also be able to watch the build-up to Saturday’s match against the U's live on the club’s YouTube and Twitter channels.