VALLEY REVIEW | Bumper handbook edition for Derby


Valley Review returns with a bumper 156-page edition on Saturday for the Addicks’ opening home fixture of the 2022/23 campaign against Derby County. 

The meeting with the Rams marks the first competitive SE7 encounter of the Ben Garner era and Saturday’s edition of Valley Review features an exclusive, in-depth interview with the Addicks’ new Manager.

Saturday’s matchday programme also incorporates the 2022/23 official club handbook, including profiles of every men’s first-team, women’s first-team, men’s U21 and men’s U18 player and a review on all four teams’ campaigns last term, as well as all the usual facts and stats about all things Charlton.

Valley Review returns with a fresh look and a host of brand-new features, too.

In celebration of the 30th anniversary of Charlton’s famous return to The Valley, Valley Review speaks to former Addicks about their memories of the club’s home - with Scott Minto the first star of the new feature.

Elsewhere, there is a special Charlton in Spain feature detailing the Addicks’ pre-season training camp in Estepona, with quotes from Ryan Inniss, Eoghan O’Connell and Charlie Kirk and gaffer Garner.

As well as all of the latest news from The Valley, Garner pens his first managerial notes as Charlton boss and we hear from academy coaches Hamza Serrar and Danny Senda, who look ahead to the upcoming U18 and U21 seasons respectively. 

All this exclusive content and more can be found in Saturday’s special, first edition of Valley Review for 2022/23, available to purchase from in and around the ground, as well as the Valley Superstore, for just £5.

Valley Review subscriptions are available for the 2022/23 season, giving UK supporters the opportunity to have every edition delivered to their door. The subscription, priced at £130, is inclusive of matchday programmes for every home league game and the first round of each cup competition. Fans interested should email

Please note, regular Valley Review league programmes will be priced at £3.50 this season due to the vast increase in printing costs and the desire to keep the matchday programme at the standard that supporters want to see.

While some EFL clubs have stopped producing a matchday programme altogether, Charlton Athletic are committed to keeping the tradition alive so long as it remains viable which relies on the continued support of fans. 

The club would like to thank those supporters who continue to purchase their matchday programme and encourage those who may have fallen out of the habit to pick up a copy of Valley Review once again to ensure that this staple of English football remains intact in SE7. 

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