You can view the Charlton Athletic Visitors’ Guide here: https://cdn.charltonafc.com/sites/default/files/2023-09/2023-24%20VISITORS%20GUIDE%20-%20FINAL%20V2.pdf
Thanks to our friends at Exeter City for providing a lot of the text below:
Match Tickets Tickets are now on sale for our trip to the Valley to take on Charlton Athletic on Tuesday, 28 November, 7.45pm.
Charlton have allocated Town supporters seats in the Jimmy Seed South Stand.
We always encourage Trust members to purchase in advance wherever possible from CTFC, advance tickets are unable to be produced digitally, and so physical tickets must be collected/posted.
Any tickets not collected from the Completely-Suzuki Stadium by the morning of Tuesday 28th November will be taken to the Valley for collection on the day from the South Stand ticket office - circled in yellow below (Just off Valley Grove to the South of the stadium, next to the pathway for away fans to get to the South Stand).
Adult - £24 Over-65 - £22 Under-21 - £22 Student - £20 Under-18 - £14 Under-11 - £6
Tickets bought on the night will incur a £3 extra cost (adult) or £2 (concessions).
The Stadium Name: The Valley Opened: 1919 Capacity: 27,111 Address: The Valley, Floyd Rd, London SE7 8BL
The Valley was re-opened in December 1992 and since Charlton's return, the ground has been extensively redeveloped and can now hold over 27,000 supporters.
There is space for up to 3,000 visiting supporters in the Jimmy Seed Stand at the south end of the ground.
How to get there
By Car The Valley’s postcode is SE7 8BL. You can plan your journey, which will take around 4 hours if leaving from Exeter
Parking There is street parking available close to the ground but please be careful as some nearby streets are permit holders only.
By Train Charlton station is the nearest train station to The Valley and is just a three-minute walk away. Charlton station is served by trains travelling from London Cannon Street, London Charing Cross, Dartford and Gillingham.
By Tube North Greenwich is the closest tube station to The Valley. Located right outside of the O2 Arena, North Greenwich is served by the Jubilee Line and also has a large bus stop.
At the Stadium
Turnstiles The Valley’s turnstiles open 90 minutes before the match is due to start, so at 6:15pm on Tuesday night.
Food A range of food and drink options are available inside the stadium. There is a food kiosk located near to the entrance turnstiles.
Nearest Cashpoint While there is a cash machine located on the side of The Valley Superstore, the stadium itself is becoming cashless. This means that no cash will be accepted for any transactions in the stadium and we would advise people to make sure that they bring a payment card with them. There are also cashpoints located outside of Charlton train station on either side of the road.
Pubs for Away Fans The Angerstein Hotel is open for away fans, this is a 10 minute walk from the stadium in the direction of Greenwich. The nearest station is Westcombe Park Station.