Charlton supporters can now relive some classic moments from the Addicks' 1990/91 and 1991/92 seasons on the Valley Pass archive.
Every match from those two campaigns have now been added to the unrivalled archive, meaning that every competitive Charlton goal scored in the last 27 seasons can been viewed at the touch of a couple of buttons.
In the 90/91 season, Charlton finished 16th. After only recording one win in the first 13 games, the Addicks faced an uphill task. However, the squad managed to finish eight points above the drop-zone and in mid-table.
91/92 was the debut season of joint-managers Alan Curbishley and Steve Gritt. The former, of course, took sole control in the summer of 1995.
The Addicks finished seventh in the league in 92, just missing out on the play-offs. They fell three points short of Blackburn Rovers in sixth. Fans can view some classic encounters - including a dramatic 4-3 win over Newcastle at St. James Park - as part of that season.
Valley Pass' archive gives fans the opportunity to re-live all the highs and lows of the past 27 years and more season are set to be added in the coming weeks and months.
Valley Pass - the club's premium subscription service - also offers exclusive matchday commentary as well as quick-fire and extended video highlights.
Subscribers also have exclusive access to behind-the-scenes footage from the training ground every week and coverage of every press conference.
Please see below for information on Valley Pass subscription packages:
- 12-month pass (monthly payment): £6 per month
- 12-month pass (annual one-off payment): £60 per year
- Matchday Pass - Giving you 48 hours of access to Valley Pass: £4
Article by Charlie Palethorpe