Charlton supporters attending Saturday’s game against Blackpool at The Valley are advised to plan their journeys in advance, due to planned engineering work on nearby train lines.
A number of stations will be closed from Saturday, December 23rd until Monday, January 1st inclusive, as part of Network Rail’s rebuilding work on London Bridge station.
As a result, Charlton station will only be served by trains to and from London Victoria on a revised timetable on Saturday.
The following stations; London Bridge, London Cannon Street, London Charing Cross, Waterloo East, Deptford, Greenwich, Maze Hill, Westcombe Park, New Cross and St Johns, are all closed and replacement bus services will run between Lewisham and Charlton.
For more information, please visit Network Rail’s website by clicking here
Similar disruptions will be in place when Charlton host Gillingham at The Valley on New Year’s Day.
Valley Express, the club’s home matchday coach service, will be transporting fans to and from SE7 for both fixtures, as it does for every home league game of the season. For more information and to book a place, please click here.
Tickets for Charlton’s next three home league games, against Blackpool, Gillingham and Oldham Athletic, are all on sale, with the latter fixture seeing our Kids For A Quid initiative returning to SE7. Please click here to visit our ticketing website.
Half season tickets are also still available, with adult prices starting at just £125. A half season ticket becomes active from the Blackpool game on Saturday, December 23rd and will secure your place at our remaining 12 home league games.
For more information and to purchase yours, please click here