History

Jimmy Seed – war hero

November 15, 2018

A short film about Jimmy Seed in the First World War

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Video: Addicks fans air views on Club predicament as 400 #cafc attend Woolwich meeting

February 19, 2015

This week saw over 400 fans gather in Woolwich for a public meeting organised by the Charlton Supporters’ Trust (CAS Trust) The meeting included representatives from a wide range of groups including supporters groups from the Fans Forum, several internet fan forums, and fan publications, as well as a diverse range of fans in age…

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#BTTV21 – Remember, remember the 5th of December..

October 16, 2013

..At Selhurst and Upton we’d rot. We see no reason, for one more season away from our Valley not forgot. (Ed: Apologies for the poetry attempt..) Plans have been revealed this week for a big Back to the Valley 21 Event on the 1st December by CAFC supported by the Fans Forum and CAS Trust.…

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Charlton’s ‘CAMing’ Home – Addicks Museum website launch

October 11, 2013

Welcome news today that Charlton Athletic will finally have a Museum – CAM Fans will be able to view Silverware, Medals and various other memorabilia and historical effects, telling the story of our beloved club; once the project is complete – something which CAS Trust has asked fans views on, and fully supports. Similarly to…

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If you know your ‘istory: Colin Powell, a Testimonial 27.7.13

July 24, 2013

There are few places as serene as a 27,000-seat stadium in the off-season.. (Jim Barg interviewed Colin Powell back in 2010, and we have great pleasure in publishing his piece below as a tribute to the club’s forever present groundsman) The noise and thunder of the crowd has been replaced by the wisecracking of the grounds…

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If You Know Your ‘istory: The Valley Party

July 24, 2013

The Valley Party (By Rick Everitt – this article was first published in the club programme in 2010, and is being kindly reproduced in conjunction with our “If You Know Your ‘istory” History section, and Roll of Honour) On May 3rd, 1990, 14,838 votes were cast in Greenwich for a party with no political ideology,…

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