Charlton will make their first ever EFL trip to Accrington Stanley on Saturday and below is a quick-fire travel guide for supporters who are making the journey to Lancashire...
The travelling Addicks will be situated in the Coppice Terrace at one end of the ground. The terrace is a decent height and close to the action, which means fans are afforded a good view. It is an uncovered terrace, so check the forecast in case of rain!
The usual burgers and pies are available inside the ground, while the Oaklea Fish and Chip shop is nearby. The town centre offers plenty of options including the likes of McDonalds.
The Accrington Stanley Sports Bar is located in the Blackrock EMI Stand at the ground and welcomes all supporters. The closest pub to the ground is the Crown Inn which is run by the club itself and also admits away fans, while the Grey Horse pub is just a five-minute walk from the ground.
The postcode for the ground is BB5 5BX. Car parking is available at the ground, but there are only 59 spaces available which need to be pre-booked for £5. To pre-book your space please call Jessica on 01254 356950. Otherwise, there is street parking in the surrounding areas.
There are no trains running from Euston, so supporters looking to travel by train should begin their journey at London Kings Cross to Leeds where you can change for a train to Accrington. Accrington Station is approximately one mile from the ground.
Accrington informed the club this week that they would not be selling tickets on the day to Charlton supporters. Around 650 Addicks have secured their tickets for our first ever EFL meeting against Stanley.