John Humphrey will make his CharltonTV debut this weekend starring alongside Scott Minto and Alan Curbishley in the CharltonTV studio, presented by DNEL Ltd, when the Addicks host Crewe Alexandra at The Valley on Saturday (3pm BST KO).
The former full back joined Charlton in 1985 and played 222 games for the Addicks over two spells at the club.
On Saturday, Humphrey and co will be heading down Memory Lane to revisit that day and there will also be a sneak peek from behind-the-scenes at Sparrows Lane in a special feature on training filmed this week.
As well as that, they will of course be previewing the clash against Crewe and all fans can watch the whole build up live on the club’s YouTube and Twitter channels.
Only fans outside of the UK* & Ireland can use the CharltonTV app or www.cafc.co.uk to watch the build-up – and the match itself – on CharltonTV, due to EFL broadcast regulations.
To confirm, if you are in the UK* or Ireland, you can only watch the build-up to the match by heading to the club’s YouTube or Twitter channels.
Who can watch the game live on CharltonTV?
With fans having returned to stadiums, we are no longer permitted to live stream Saturday-3pm matches in the UK* or Ireland due to EFL broadcast regulations.
Fans OUTSIDE of the UK or Ireland can purchase a live streaming match pass for the game for just £10.
Alternatively, as an international fan, you can purchase an annual CharltonTV LIVE subscription, which is priced at £195.
This subscription will enable you to watch all league games live, subject to EFL broadcast rules, and over the course of the season the cost-per-match price will equate to less than £5!
What if I’m in the UK or Ireland?
CharltonTV subscribers worldwide can listen to live audio commentary of Saturday’s game against Wigan.
Audio subscriptions for CharltonTV, which provide live audio commentary of ALL competitive first-team games as well as unlimited access to ALL of CharltonTV’s non-live videos, are priced at just £60 for 12 months or £6.50 per month.
48-hour audio passes are priced at £4.