Watch Reading tie live in the UK and worldwide


The Addicks travel to Reading in the Bristol Street Motors Trophy round of 32 on Wednesday and fans all over the world - including those in the UK and Ireland - can watch all of the action live on CharltonTV (KO 7pm GMT).

EFL broadcast rules permit the club to stream midweek league games and Bristol Street Motors Trophy Trophy ties worldwide, meaning that all Addicks have the opportunity to watch Wednesday's clash live.

CharltonTV will be providing match-only coverage of the fixture, with the production starting shortly before kick-off and concluding at full-time.

Match passes for the knockout fixture are priced at £10 and supporters who purchase one can enjoy single-camera coverage with replays and commentary from former Addick Steve Brown and CharltonTV stalwart Terry Smith.

Click here to purchase your match pass.

Alternatively, overseas supporters can set themselves up to watch every game this season by purchasing a CharltonTV LIVE subscription for just £220 per annum or £35 per month recurring.
These subscriptions will grant fans access to live stream EVERY league and Bristol Street Motors Trophy game during the 2023/24 campaign. The cost of the annual subscription breaks down to less than £5 per match.
Click here to purchase your CharltonTV LIVE subscription as an overseas supporter.

The above subscriptions are only available to purchase outside of the UK* and Ireland, in accordance with EFL broadcast rules. 

All fans are reminded that annual and monthly CharltonTV subscriptions, which are priced at £65 and £7 per month respectively, do NOT include the live streaming of league or Bristol Street Motors Trophy matches. Supporters with one of these subscriptions can listen to live audio commentary of Wednesday's cup tie.

If you live in the UK or Ireland then the only way to watch Wednesday's game on CharltonTV is by purchasing a match pass.

*The UK is classed as England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland, Guernsey, Jersey and Isle of Man.

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