The Valley Review is Charlton's respected and award-winning matchday programme - produced by the club for its fans.
Each issue features interviews with players, an exclusive column with the Manager and Club Captain, all the latest news on the club, historical features, a kids' page, information on the opposition team and much more.
The Valley Review is one of the main methods of communications between the club and its supporters.
Produced in-house by the club's communications department, the 2015/16 publication was a standard 68-page edition for league matches and is priced £3. However, this can alter for cup fixtures and other special editions.
Over the years, the Valley Review has established itself as being one of the leading matchday programmes in the country, collecting a series of awards, including being named Programme of the Year three years in a row.
Charlton also have a fine reputation for producing special issues to commemorate important landmarks in the club's history. Bumper or specially themed editions marked the 10th anniversary of the return to The Valley in 2002, the 50th anniversary of the famous 7-6 comeback match against Huddersfield Town in 2007 and, more recently, the 25th anniversary of the 'last ever game at The Valley' in 2010.
For the past four years, the Addicks have combined the club's annual handbook with the first programme of the season, producing a 136-page issue priced £5.
The Valley Review can be purchased around the ground on matchdays or from the Valley Superstore.
Alternatively, fans can take out home and away subscriptions by contacting the ticket office on 03330 14 44 44 or by emailing email@example.com