Mark Fish will be calling in to the CharltonTV studio via Zoom when we play AFC Wimbledon on Boxing Day (3pm KO GMT).
In what will be the club’s second overseas edition of its popular 'Memory Lane' feature, the former Addicks defender will follow in the footsteps of his fellow countryman Shaun Bartlett in chatting live to Scott Minto and Alan Curbishley in the CharltonTV studio, presented by DNEL Ltd.
Cult-hero Fish - whose name, of course, still echoes around The Valley to this day - made up one quarter of the club's famous Young-Fish-Costa-Fortune back-line and on Sunday he'll be reflecting on some of his favourite Charlton memories.
Sunday's game against AFC Wimbledon is available to watch worldwide, meaning that supporters all over the world will have the opportunity to watch Fish's live edition of Memory Lane.
Presenter Minto and Curbs will also be joined in the studio on Sunday by the club's Head of Recruitment Steve Gallen, who will be looking ahead to the upcoming transfer January window.
A live streaming match pass for Sunday's game, which includes 45 minutes of build-up, the match itself and 30 minutes of post-match analysis and interviews, is priced at just £10.
CharltonTV LIVE subscriptions (international only)
International supporters can also watch the fixture by purchasing a CharltonTV LIVE half season pass, which is priced at just £100. Over the course of the second half 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 for international fans to purchase 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 subscriptions are only available to fans OUTSIDE of the UK* & Ireland due to EFL broadcast rules.
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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.