Saturday's official matchday programme is a huge 152-page edition which incorporates the club's 2019/20 Handbook.
As has become tradition, the handbook comes bundled with the regular edition of the programme and this edition sees Chelsea loanee Conor Gallagher take centre stage for the main interview in which he discusses his experience of growing up in the Chelsea academy, hitting the ground running for Charlton and how much of an impact Lee Bowyer has had on him already.
Elsewhere, Lee Bowyer reflects on what he called 'the best 45 minutes' he has seen since his time in charge against Nottingham Forest in midweek in his latest programme notes, while Jonathan Leko also looks back at the impressive performance.
As well as all the latest news from the club, academy and women's team, the usual historical pages through up yet more fascinating detail including a look at the recently-discovered Charlton Bicycle Polo team from the 1940s!
Valley Classics looks back at some memorable encounters with the Bees in SE7, while Chris Powell is the latest subject of 'Talk Us Through It' as he discusses his goal against Coventry City in his last ever match as a player for the Addicks.
Flip the programme over and you will find the latest instalment of the club's official handbook which includes all the up-to-date facts and stats. Every first-team, U23 and U18 player is profiled and there is an in-depth season review for all three teams, including a special focus on the Addicks' play-off success at Wembley last term.
A new addition to this year's handbook is 'Academy Graduates' which sees a full breakdown of every youth graduate to the first team since 1989 and will now become a mainstay on the annual handbook going forward.
The 152-page Handbook edition of Valley Review for the visit of Brentford is priced £5 and will be available to purchase from in and around The Valley, or from the Valley Superstore.