Charlton’s game against Accrington Stanley on Saturday has been switched to an all-ticket match, meaning that tickets will not be on sale to Addicks fans on the day of the game.
Over 600 Charlton supporters have already secured their tickets for the Addicks’ first ever EFL encounter against Accies.
Tickets will remain on sale from The Valley until 1pm on Thursday. They can be purchased in person from The Valley, by phone or by going online. Please click here to purchase your tickets online.
All tickets purchased online or by phone from now can be collected from The Valley. All tickets purchased online or by phone from now that are not collected from The Valley will be sent to Accrington for collection at the Wham Stadium.
Valley Away will be running a service to Accrington, priced at £29. Information on pick-up points and locations can be found below.
Charlton season tickets remain on sale. Adult tickets begin at just £200 and U11s are completely free in the Family Stand when bought alongside a full-paying adult, as has been the case for the last two seasons. To purchase your season ticket online, please click here.
For more information on season tickets and details about pricing, please click here.
Match tickets for Charlton's next two home games against Peterborough United and Fleetwood Town remain on sale. To purchase yours online, please click here.