Athletic Football Club -- Results
Charlton's League Position:
How are The Addicks doing this year.
and Charlton Match Tickets:
Two nights at the Holiday Inn Kings Cross Hotel and match ticket to a home game, in the
Charlton supporters section.
Athletic at The Valley:
- 28 September, 2003; Arsenal - 26 October, 2003; Fulham - 8 November, 2003; Leeds
United - 29 November, 2003; Newcastle United
- 20 December, 2003; Chelsea - 26 December, 2003; Wolves - 10 January, 2004; Bolton
Wanderers - 31 January, 2004; Tottenham Hotspur
- 10 February, 2004; Blackburn Rovers - 21 February,
2004; Middlesbrough - 13 March, 2004; Aston Villa - 27 March, 2004; Portsmouth
- 10 April, 2004; Birmingham City - 17 April, 2004; Leicester City - 1 May, 2004; Southampton
- 15 May, 2004.
Charlton Athletic Football Club, Floyd Road,
Charlton, London, SE7 8BL.
To The Valley: (Map)
Charlton railway station is within walking distance of the ground. Trains leave from
Charring Cross/London Bridge.
Driving Directions to
Finished 12th in the League.
FA Cup Winners (Once) -- 1947.
Sunday 17th August:
Charlton Athletic v Manchester City (0-3)
Saturday 23rd August:
Wolverhampton Wanderers v Charlton Athletic (0-4)
Tuesday 26th August:
Charlton Athletic v Everton (2-2)
Saturday 30th August:
Bolton Wanderers v Charlton Athletic (0-0)
Saturday 13th September:
Charlton Athletic v Manchester United (0-2)
Saturday 20th September:
Aston Villa v Charlton Athletic (2-1)
Sunday 28th September:
Charlton Athletic v Liverpool 2.00pm
News Stories and
Charlton Athletic Football Club:
The latest news from the official Charlton Athletic website.
Charlton Athletic News:
Latest stories about Charlton Athletic Football Club, from The Independent.
Charlton Athletic Players:
Profiles and photographs of Charlton Athletic's first team squad.
Charlton Athletic on Soccernet:
The Daily Mail's online coverage. Latest news related to Charlton Athletic Football Club
and match previews.
Evening Standard's Charlton Coverage:
London's evening paper brings you the day's developments.
News headlines about Charlton Athletic, from various sources.
First Choice Charlton Athletic XI:
1-Dean Kiely; 19-Luke Young, 5-Richard Rufus, 6-Mark Fish, Hermann Hreidarsson; 4-Graham Stuart, Matt Holland, 7-Scott Parker, 10-Claus Jensen; 9-Jason Euell, 11-Paolo di Canio.
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Unofficial Charlton Athletic page with news and player profiles.
Charlton Athletic Supporters Club:
Meet Charlton supporters living in your area and travel to away games.
An album of photographs, mixed with cards, newspaper cuttings and other items of
memorabilia concerning Charlton Athletic Football Club -- organised by decade.
Charlton Athletic on Rivals.
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