Charlton close to selling extra Palace ticket allocation

News Shopper: Selhurst Park. PICTURE BY EDMUND BOYDEN. Selhurst Park. PICTURE BY EDMUND BOYDEN.

AROUND 100 away tickets remained on general sale at the start of the week for the derby match at Crystal Palace on February 2.

Charlton received a further 400 tickets last week from the Eagles after their initial allocation of 2,600 places sold out.

Tickets for the away matches against Hull City on February 16 (3pm) and Leicester City on February 19 (7.45pm),are due to go on general sale next Monday.

For more details, or to buy tickets, visit cafc.co.uk or call 0871 226 1905.

RHOYS Wiggins returned to Charlton’s matchday squad for the first time in four months for Saturday’s 2-1 win at Blackburn Rovers.

He was due to play again as an overage player for the U21s on Monday against Cardiff City, but the match had already been postponed before the winter weather.

The U21s lost 2-1 to Ipswich Town on January 14, with Adebayo Azeez scoring a late consolation.

FANS can secure five Charlton matchday tickets for the price of four by purchasing a Super5 booklet, which are priced £80 and £110 and are available online via cafc.co.uk, covering any of the remaining games of the campaign (excluding the home Millwall match).

Full terms and conditions are available on 0871 226 1905.

YOUNG defender Joe Gomez has been named in the England U17 squad for the first time and will travel to Portugal for the Algarve Tournament in early February.

Gomez will face hosts Portugal, Germany and the Netherlands over the space of five days as part of the warm-up for the Elite round of European Championship qualification matches in March.

TICKETS are on general sale for Charlton’s home matches against Sheffield Wednesday on Saturday and Birmingham City on February 9 (both 3pm).

For more details, or to buy tickets, visit cafc.co.uk or call 0871 226 1905.

CHRIS Powell, Steve Gritt, Keith Peacock, Colin Powell and representatives from the local and national media attended the funeral of Charlton historian Colin Cameron last Wednesday.

The club is now considering marking the contribution of Colin, who acted as historian for 40 years, permanently at The Valley.

AN extra-time winner by defending FA Youth Cup champions Chelsea saw the Blues emerge 3-2 victors against Charlton’s U18s last Wednesday night.

Goals from Tom Derry and Oliver Muldoon gave the Addicks a 2-0 lead in the fourth round tie at The Valley, but Chelsea fought back to progress.

The U18s were without a game on Saturday after the winter weather put paid to their fixture against Cardiff City and they next face Colchester United at Sparrows Lane on February 2.

MANAGER Chris Powell and chairman Michael Slater will attend the annual VIP supporters’ meeting in the Millennium Suite on Thursday at 7pm.

The event is exclusive to VIP supporters, and those planning to attend should email VIP representative Craig Parrett via craig_cafc_vip@yahoo.co.uk

ADEBAYO Azeez made his debut for Leyton Orient on Saturday after joining the League One club on loan until February 16.

The striker was replaced at half-time in the 2-0 defeat to Doncaster Rovers.

Elsewhere in the same division, Addicks colleagues Danny Hollands and Yado Mambo were in opposition as their respective loan clubs, Swindon Town and Shrewsbury Town, met.

But they didn’t actually face one another as Hollands was replaced at half-time and Mambo entered the fray at the break in the 2-0 win for the Robins.

FANS can currently take advantage of two January sales being run by the Addicks.

A series of reductions on Charlton merchandise are available online via addicks-clubshop.co.uk, while supporters can sign up to the club’s video website, CAFC Player, for £18.99 until August 18.

CAFC Player offers live audio commentaries, video interviews and exclusive behind the scenes coverage – see cafc.co.uk for details.

CHARLTON’S women’s team will try again against Watford this weekend after Sunday’s Premier League Cup fixture was postponed due to the winter weather.

The match has been rescheduled for this Sunday, with that day’s planned league match against Watford set to be rearranged.

PLACES at The Valley for the rest of the 2012/13 Championship season remain available from just £160 adults and £105 over 60s and U21s, with all U18s and U11s £50 and £30, respectively.

Twelve-game season tickets remain great value for money and more details are available via cafc.co.uk or on 0871 226 1905.

THERE will be a Valley-tine’s Ball at the club’s SE7 stadium next month when the Addicks host a live singer performing hits from Michael Bublé and Lionel Richie, plus upbeat classics from the Motown era, on February 14.

Admission is £24.95 per person, and includes a DJ and a disco until midnight, plus a three-course meal.

Call 020 8333 4040 or email sales@cafc.co.uk for more details.

NORTH West Kent Addicks is hosting a question-and-answer evening with former players Derek ‘Killer’ Hales and Peter Shaw on Thursday at 8pm.

All members gain free admission to The Pavilion, The Bat & Ball Ground, Wrotham Road, Gravesend DA11 0QP.

Non-members can join on the night for £6 adults and £2 over 60s.

U18s are free.

More information is available via jeanhuelin@sky.com or by calling 07757 661403.

THE Kent Senior Cup continues for Charlton at the end of January when the Addicks take on Herne Bay in the quarter-finals on January 30 (7.45pm).

Fans can gain admission to Winch’s Field for £8 adults, £4 over 65s and U16s, and £1 U12s.

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3:14pm Tue 22 Jan 13

CPFC1905 says...

The Charlton away support failed to sell out at Selhurst last time the two teams played (which finished 1-0 Palace bvtw)

Embarrassing or what?

Good 6 point haul for CPFC this season, thank you very much.
The Charlton away support failed to sell out at Selhurst last time the two teams played (which finished 1-0 Palace bvtw) Embarrassing or what? Good 6 point haul for CPFC this season, thank you very much. CPFC1905
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