The Charlton Athletic Museum, housed in the Covered End, are hosting their own party as part of the celebrations of the 25th anniversary of the club’s return to The Valley.
Taking place on the actual date of the return, December 5th, the free event is open to all Addicks.
As well as a wealth of Back to The Valley items on display, the museum will be showing a series of videos from the time, including a never before seen film of the derelict Valley.
Roberson Wine have generously donated some of their fine wine and the club will also be providing some free beer and soft drinks, while there will also be finger food.
The event will run from 5pm on the evening of December 5th until 9pm and fans can drop in at any time without any need to book.
Entrance to the museum is via the gate next to turnstile 40 to the left of the big badge behind the North Stand in Harvey Gardens. Fans should then take the lift to the third floor. Street parking will be available.
Tickets for Saturday’s match against Portsmouth, which will see the club celebrate the 25th anniversary of its return to The Valley, remain on sale with adult prices beginning at £20.
Seats are on restricted sale meaning that supporters need to be on the club’s ticketing database and have a purchase history in order to buy. To purchase online, log in to your account, refresh the page and the match will then appear. Please click here to buy online