Charlton Athletic

If you are looking to travel away to watch your team play Charlton Athletic, you will love the atmosphere at The Valley.

Be sure to check out our in depth guide to The Valley away fans to find all of the essential information such as the fastest route to and from the stadium, and also if there are any pubs, restaurants and cafés in the local area that are welcoming to visiting away fans.

Charlton Athletic FC is a professional football club that plays in League One which is the third tier of English Football. Managed by Dean Holden the side are going through a patchy run of form sitting midtable in the league.

In our Charlton Athletic Football Club guide, we provide you with all of the required information regarding the squad, upcoming fixtures and results, and also the history of Charlton Athletic.

Charlton Athletic Registered Squad

Here is a list of the registered squad for Charlton Athletic 2024:

Goal Keepers

GoalkeeperPldGYCRC
Harry Isted
Stephen Henderson
Ashley Maynard-Brewer
Henry Molyneux
Nathan Harvey
Ahmed Kone
Joseph Osaghae
Lewis Ward

Defender

DefenderPldGYCRC
Lloyd Jones
Terell Thomas
Jason Pearce
Michael Hector
Todd Kane
Adetayo Edun
Tennai Watson
Matt Penney
Thierry Small
Macaulay Gillesphey
Lucas Ness
Wassim Aouachria
Samuel Oguntayo
Luca Vega
Toby Bower
Rarmani Edmonds-Green
Nathan Asilmwe
Tyreece Campbell
Harris O’Connor
Nathan Asiimwe

Midfielder

MidfielderPldGYCRC
George Dobson
Terry Taylor
Juan Fanilia-Castilo
Louie Watson
Ben Watson
Tyreeq Bakinson
Karoy Anderson
Johl Powell
Armando Quitirna
Conor Coventry
Matt Dench
Hady Ghandour
Lukas Ness
Euan Williams
Lewis Fiorini
Dylan Gavin
Kayne Ramsay
Joshua Laqeretabua
Slobodan Tedic
Prince Adegoke
Henry Rylah

Attacking Midfielders

Attacking MidfielderPldGYCRC
Chuks Aneke
Kazenga LuaLua

Strikers

StrikerPldGYCRC
Panutche Camara
Alfie May
Connor Wickham
Freddie Ladapo
Daniel Kanu
Daniel Kanu
Ronnie Schwartz
Miles Leaburn
Micah Mbick
Tolu Ladapo
Wilberforce Ocran
Patrick Casey
Kasim Aidoo
Patrick Casey

Current Charlton Athletic Manager

ManagerAppointment DateToDays in Charge
Nathan Jones4 Feb, 202424 Jun, 2024141

Charlton Athletic Upcoming Fixtures

Upcoming GameCompetionOpponentVenue
Sat 06 15:00DartfordAway

Charlton Athletic Previous Results

DateMatchResultScoreCompetition
05 Aug 2023Charlton Athletic v Leyton OrientW1-0League One
08 Aug 2023Newport County v Charlton AthleticL3-1League Cup
12 Aug 2023Peterborough United v Charlton AthleticL1-0League One
15 Aug 2023Charlton Athletic v Bristol RoversL1-2League One
19 Aug 2023Charlton Athletic v Port ValeL2-3League One
26 Aug 2023Oxford United v Charlton AthleticL2-1League One
02 Sep 2023Charlton Athletic v Fleetwood TownW2-1League One
05 Sep 2023Crawley Town v Charlton AthleticL4-3Football League Trophy
16 Sep 2023Stevenage v Charlton AthleticD1-1League One
23 Sep 2023Charlton Athletic v Wycombe WanderersW3-1League One
30 Sep 2023Shrewsbury Town v Charlton AthleticD0-0League One
03 Oct 2023Charlton Athletic v Exeter CityW4-1League One
07 Oct 2023Charlton Athletic v BlackpoolD2-2League One
10 Oct 2023Charlton Athletic v Aston Villa AcademyW4-2Football League Trophy
21 Oct 2023Charlton Athletic v ReadingW4-0League One
24 Oct 2023Lincoln City v Charlton AthleticL3-1League One
28 Oct 2023Charlton Athletic v Bolton WanderersL0-2League One
31 Oct 2023Wigan Athletic v Charlton AthleticW2-3League One
05 Nov 2023Charlton Athletic v Cray Valley Paper MillsD1-1FA Cup
11 Nov 2023Portsmouth v Charlton AthleticD2-2League One
15 Nov 2023Cray Valley Paper Mills v Charlton AthleticW1-6FA Cup
21 Nov 2023Charlton Athletic v Sutton UnitedW3-0Football League Trophy
25 Nov 2023Carlisle United v Charlton AthleticD1-1League One
28 Nov 2023Charlton Athletic v Cheltenham TownW2-1League One
02 Dec 2023Gillingham v Charlton AthleticL2-0FA Cup
06 Dec 2023Reading v Charlton AthleticL1-1 (4-2)Football League Trophy
09 Dec 2023Charlton Athletic v Cambridge UnitedD2-2League One
16 Dec 2023Barnsley v Charlton AthleticD1-1League One
23 Dec 2023Charlton Athletic v Burton AlbionD1-1League One
26 Dec 2023Leyton Orient v Charlton AthleticL1-0League One
29 Dec 2023Bristol Rovers v Charlton AthleticL2-1League One
01 Jan 2024Charlton Athletic v Oxford UnitedL1-2League One
06 Jan 2024Port Vale v Charlton AthleticD3-3League One
13 Jan 2024Charlton Athletic v Peterborough UnitedL1-2League One
20 Jan 2024Burton Albion v Charlton AthleticL2-0League One
23 Jan 2024Charlton Athletic v Northampton TownL2-3League One
27 Jan 2024Blackpool v Charlton AthleticD1-1League One
03 Feb 2024Charlton Athletic v Derby CountyL0-1League One
10 Feb 2024Reading v Charlton AthleticL2-0League One
13 Feb 2024Charlton Athletic v Lincoln CityD1-1League One
17 Feb 2024Bolton Wanderers v Charlton AthleticD3-3League One
24 Feb 2024Charlton Athletic v PortsmouthD0-0League One
27 Feb 2024Derby County v Charlton AthleticW1-2League One
02 Mar 2024Northampton Town v Charlton AthleticD1-1League One
05 Mar 2024Cheltenham Town v Charlton AthleticW1-3League One
09 Mar 2024Charlton Athletic v Carlisle UnitedW3-2League One
16 Mar 2024Fleetwood Town v Charlton AthleticD1-1League One
29 Mar 2024Exeter City v Charlton AthleticD1-1League One
01 Apr 2024Charlton Athletic v StevenageD0-0League One
06 Apr 2024Charlton Athletic v BarnsleyW2-1League One
09 Apr 2024Charlton Athletic v Wigan AthleticD2-2League One
13 Apr 2024Cambridge United v Charlton AthleticD1-1League One
20 Apr 2024Charlton Athletic v Shrewsbury TownD1-1League One
27 Apr 2024Wycombe Wanderers v Charlton AthleticL1-0League One

Popular Questions

When was Charlton Athletic Football Club founded?

Charlton Athletic Football Club was founded on June 9th, 1905.

What is the capacity of The Valley, Charlton Athletic’s home stadium?

The capacity of The Valley is approximately 27,111.

What is the most successful period in Charlton Athletic’s history?

The most successful period in Charlton Athletic’s history was arguably in the late 1940s and early 1950s, when the club won the FA Cup in 1947 and finished runners-up in the First Division (now the Premier League) in 1947-48. The club also won the Second Division title twice during this period, in 1935-36 and 1946-47.

Manager History

PeriodManagerCountryborn
04/02/2024 – 30/06/2024Nathan JonesWales28/05/1973
24/01/2024 – 03/02/2024Curtis FlemingIreland08/10/1968
08/09/2023 – 23/01/2024Michael AppletonEngland04/12/1975
28/08/2023 – 07/09/2023Jason PearceEngland06/12/1987
22/12/2022 – 27/08/2023Dean HoldenEngland15/09/1979
06/12/2022 – 21/12/2022Anthony HayesIreland14/10/1986
01/07/2022 – 05/12/2022Ben GarnerEngland19/05/1980
21/10/2021 – 30/06/2022Johnnie JacksonEngland15/08/1982
18/03/2021 – 20/10/2021Nigel AdkinsEngland11/03/1965
15/03/2021 – 17/03/2021Johnnie JacksonEngland15/08/1982
22/03/2018 – 15/03/2021Lee BowyerEngland03/01/1977
24/11/2016 – 21/03/2018Karl RobinsonEngland13/09/1980
17/11/2016 – 23/11/2016Kevin NugentIreland10/04/1969
01/07/2016 – 14/11/2016Russell SladeEngland10/10/1960
14/01/2016 – 30/06/2016José RigaBelgium30/07/1957
25/10/2015 – 13/01/2016Karel FraeyeBelgium16/11/1977
13/01/2015 – 24/10/2015Guy LuzonIsrael07/08/1975
12/01/2015 – 18/01/2015Damian MatthewEngland23/09/1970
01/07/2014 – 11/01/2015Bob PeetersBelgium10/01/1974
12/03/2014 – 30/06/2014José RigaBelgium30/07/1957
14/01/2011 – 11/03/2014Chris PowellEngland08/09/1969
04/01/2011 – 13/01/2011Keith PeacockEngland02/05/1945
24/11/2008 – 04/01/2011Phil ParkinsonEngland01/12/1967
26/12/2006 – 23/11/2008Alan PardewEngland18/07/1961
14/11/2006 – 25/12/2006Les ReedEngland09/12/1952
09/05/2006 – 13/11/2006Iain DowieNorthern Ireland09/01/1965
24/07/1991 – 08/05/2006Alan CurbishleyEngland08/11/1957
01/07/1991 – 30/06/1995Steve GrittEngland31/10/1957
22/11/1982 – 30/06/1991Lennie LawrenceEngland12/12/1947
01/07/1981 – 30/06/1982Alan MulleryEngland23/11/1941
01/07/1980 – 30/06/1981Mike BaileyEngland27/02/1942
01/07/1974 – 31/03/1980Andy NelsonEngland05/06/1935
01/07/1965 – 30/06/1967Bob StokoeEngland21/09/1930
01/07/1961 – 30/06/1965Frank HillScotland21/05/1906
12/09/1956 – 02/10/1961Jimmy TrotterEngland25/11/1899
01/05/1933 – 31/08/1956Jimmy SeedEngland25/03/1895

Charlton Athletic Trophies

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Summary

Charlton Athletic Football Club is an English professional football club based in South East London. The club was founded in 1905 and has played its home matches at The Valley stadium since then, with a brief period of ground-sharing elsewhere due to stadium renovations. Charlton Athletic has a long and proud history, with some of their most successful periods occurring in the late 1940s and early 1950s, when they won the FA Cup and finished runners-up in the First Division.

The club has also won the Second Division title twice. Charlton Athletic has a large and passionate fan base, with many supporters from the local area and beyond. The club has a rivalry with nearby teams such as Millwall and Crystal Palace.

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