Shirtliff and Brown to star on CharltonTV for Morecambe

Peter Shirtliff and Steve Brown will be starring on CharltonTV when the Addicks head to Morecambe on Tuesday (7.45pm KO GMT).

Brown - who is normally stationed in the commentary box on matchdays - will be swapping his regular commentary position for one in the CharltonTV studio, presented by DNEL Ltd.

As a result, Shirtliff will be stepping in to fill Brown's shoes in the commentary box. Shirtliff - who played more than 100 games for the club in the late 1980s - will be joining Terry Smith and Greg Stubley at the Mazuma Stadium to provide co-commentary of Tuesday's encounter.

In the studio on Tuesday, Brown, Scott Minto and Alan Curbishley will look back at Saturday's cracking win over Plymouth Argyle and we'll also hear exclusively from Johnnie Jackson, U23s coach Anthony Hayes and Sam Lavelle, who of course joined the club from Morecambe in the summer.

Tuesday's match is available to watch worldwide on CharltonTV and match passes for Tuesday’s game are priced at just £10.

Click here to purchase your match pass.

CharltonTV LIVE subscriptions (international only)

International supporters can also watch the fixture by purchasing a CharltonTV LIVE subscription, which is priced at just £195. Over the course of the season, the aforementioned subscription’s cost-per-match equates to less than £5 per game.

A monthly CharltonTV LIVE subscription is also available to international fans and it is priced at £35 per month recurring.

These subscriptions also provides fans with everything else that CharltonTV has to offer such as audio commentary of every competitive first-team game and unlimited access to all on-demand videos.

These subscription are only available to fans OUTSIDE of the UK* & Ireland due to EFL broadcast rules.

Click here to purchase your subscription.

All supporters are reminded that annual and monthly CharltonTV subscriptions, which are priced at £60 and £6.50 per month respectively, do NOT include the live streaming of league games.  

Fans all over the world will also be able to watch the build-up to Tuesday’s game live on the club’s YouTube and Twitter channels.

Supporters who have purchased a pass for the game can watch all the action LIVE by clicking here.

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