More names have been confirmed for the Valley Centenary Dinner, with Lennie Lawrence, Robert Lee, Colin Walsh, John Humphrey and Bob Bolder all set to attend the event on November 24th.
Former boss Lawrence managed the club for nine years between 1982 and 1991 and led Charlton to promotion to the top flight during a turbulent time for the Addicks as the club were exiled from their home.
And he will be joined by some of the starts who played under him, with Lee, Walsh, Humphrey and Bolder all playing a big part for Lawrence's successful side, while Walsh, of course, holds a big place in SE7 history as the man to score the first goal back at The Valley following the seven-year exile.
The evening, organised by the Valley Centenary Committee, will give supporters the opportunity to meet Charlton legends who have made so many memories of The Valley possible over the last century and the latest names will join Alan Curbishley, Steve Gritt, Chris Powell and Lee Bowyer who have already been confirmed for the event, with even more still to be announced.
As with all Valley Centenary events throughout the season, a percentage of the proceeds will be going to Charlton Athletic Community Trust, as well as the committee itself, to help fund initiatives such as the rebranding of the Covered End following its official name change.
There will also be an auction with exclusive, money-can’t-buy items to bid on, in aid of Charlton Athletic Community Trust.
Individual tickets for the special event are priced £96, while tables of 10 can be purchased for £900. Tickets include a three-course meal, welcome drink and tea or coffee. Click here to book.
Meanwhile, sponsorship packages for the event are also available. Click here for more details.