Tickets for Charlton’s home league fixture against Portsmouth on Saturday, December 9th will go on sale on Monday morning.
The match will mark 25 years since the club’s historic return to The Valley and appropriately the Addicks will take on the same opposition as they did for their first match back in 1992.
On December 5th 1992, Colin Walsh scored after seven minutes to earn Alan Curbishley and Steve Gritt’s team three points on an afternoon that meant so much to the club and its supporters.
And when the Addicks host Pompey next month, the club will be dedicating the game to the Back at The Valley celebrations and marking the anniversary in a number of ways, for which more information will be released in due course.
To celebrate 25 years since the club’s return to The Valley and 25 years of the Charlton Athletic Community Trust, the club is donating 25% of home ticket revenue from the game along with 25% of matchday programme sales to the charity.
The game has been classified as an Addicks Gold match and ticket prices start at:
Adult Disabled: £17
Over 65s: £15
Concession Disabled: £12
Tickets can be purchased online by clicking here, in person from The Valley superstore and by phone.
2017 also marks 25 years since the formation of the Charlton Athletic Community Trust (CACT).
The independent Anniversary Committee have been responsible for organising a number of events, such as the Legends United match, to celebrate both anniversaries and if supporters have any suggestions that they would like to share they can contact the committee via firstname.lastname@example.org