Charlton boss Karl Robinson has praised the club’s away support at Bolton Wanderers and has asked for the same again in our upcoming clash against Northampton Town on Saturday, March 4th.
It will be our first competitive game at Sixfields Stadium and with that in-mind the club requested and have received the maximum allocation of 1,430 tickets for the game.
In addition, for the third time this season the club will put on free coaches – having been in operation for our fixture at Bolton Wanderers and the upcoming game against Rochdale – and on this occasion supporters can also enjoy a free breakfast from The Valley.
Manager Karl Robinson said: “The support the team have received since I joined the club has been fantastic and up at Bolton a couple of weeks ago the fans were brilliant. They gave us so much encouragement and played a big part in helping us to record an important victory in difficult circumstances.
“Hopefully with the free travel put on, we can get big followings at Rochdale and Northampton and get a few more good away performances to make the fans’ journeys worthwhile."
The club were delighted with the atmosphere generated by our supporters at Bolton and have been really pleased with the level of interest in taking up free travel around the Rochdale game, which is why we are putting on free coach travel to Northampton.
We know how important it is for fans to visit a new stadium, which is why we requested extra tickets from Northampton, and we are grateful to them for providing us with the maximum allocation.
We’ve had some really good support and good results on the road lately and we want to keep that momentum going in the coming weeks.
Match tickets and free spaces on Valley Away will go on restricted sale on Thursday, February 9th and full details on the ticketing, coaches and restrictions will be published on Thursday morning.
Robinson asks for large away support as club secure maximum allocation for Northampton game
February 8th, 2017
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