Tuesday’s matchday programme – for the visit of Swansea City U21 in the Checkatrade Trophy – will be on sale from the Valley Superstore.
The bite-sized edition of Valley Review, which is priced at just 50p, include Lee Bowyer’s latest set of programme notes as well as the latest club news from SE7.
Both sets of squads are printed on the programme’s reverse and, on the cover, Addicks academy graduate Taylor Maloney stars alongside Swansea’s Brandon Cooper.
Tickets for the match remain on sale and can be purchased online by clicking here.
Supporters are now able to purchase back issues of Valley Review via the club's online ticketing website.
Every edition of the club’s official matchday programme from the 2018/19 season so far are currently available to purchase for any fans who may have missed out, or were unable to attend a game, but want to keep their collections going.
Included amongst the home progammes available is the latest version of the club’s handbook which was produced as part of the 146-page Shrewsbury Town edition of Valley Review in August, priced at £5.
Also available is the special ‘pink’ edition for the clash against Oxford United which sees 50p of every sale go towards Cancer Research UK as part of Lyle Taylor’s fundraising for the charity.
To purchase your back issues of Valley Review head to the online store by clicking here.