Saturday’s matchday programme, which included the club's 2023/24 handbook, sold out, making it the highest-selling programme since before the Covid-19 pandemic.
With demand still high, the club are getting additional copies printed. The programme costs £5 plus postage and packing. Click here to purchase yours now.
About the programme
The 160-page programme features an exclusive interview with summer signing Alfie May and also incorporates the club's official 2023/24 handbook, which includes profiles of every men's first-team, women's first-team, men's U21 and men's U18 player, a review of all four teams’ campaigns last season and much, much more.
The handbook also includes a round-up of all of the pre-season results - including the men's first-team's trip to Marbella, giving fans a comprehensive overview of their preparation.
The guide features a section dedicated to May, detailing the prolific 30-year-old's footballing journey so far and what he hopes to achieve in his time as an Addick.
Elsewhere, Manager Dean Holden shares his thoughts ahead of the upcoming campaign - his first full season in charge - and the overwhelming sense of positivity surrounding the club.
New recruit Terry Taylor reveals his latest 10 lasts in The Last Word and U21s midfielder Harvey Kedwell stars in Academy Ace, while Derek Hales, the club's record goalscorer, features in Cult Heroes, reflecting on an illustrious Charlton career that saw him find the back of the net 168 times.
The 2023/24 season marks the centenary of Charlton’s first overseas trip and so the Charlton Athletic Museum aptly looks back on club tours down the years, starting in Belgium in 1924.