Charlton supporters planning to attend Saturday’s anniversary fixture against Portsmouth are advised to purchase their tickets in advance in order to avoid long queues on matchday.
The game - where the club will celebrate the 25th anniversary of its return to The Valley – will see the highest attendance of the season so far in SE7.
More than 16,000 spectators are expected to be inside The Valley, meaning that matchday sales are likely to be higher than normal. Therefore, the club would ask that fans buy their seats in advance to reduce the amount of queuing for tickets.
Fans that buy in advance will also be able to take advantage of the early-bird rate. Saturday’s 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 or by phone. Please click here to purchase yours online.
25 per cent of all matchday ticket and programme sales will be donated to the Charlton Athletic Community Trust, who are celebrating the 25th year since their formation. Thanks to sponsor Regular Cleaning, CACT will be guaranteed an attendance-based donation – for more information, please click here.
Meanwhile, the club would also ask supporters to take their seats early on Saturday in order to enjoy the pre-match entertainment, which is due to get underway from 2.15pm.