Supporters will be able to purchase a copy of the first Valley Review of the new season online and in the Valley Superstore.
The Doncaster Rovers edition of the club’s matchday magazine, which this season comes in a compact A5 size, features Macauley Bonne as the cover star as he discusses the season ahead and taking the coveted number nine shirt, as well as reflecting on his personal achievements in the Championship last term having made the step up from non-League.
Elsewhere, Lee Bowyer pens his first manager’s notes of the new campaign as he looks back on a solid enough start to the season from his side and Charlie Barker discusses his "surreal" start to the season.
As usual, there is all the latest news from around The Valley, including updates from the Women’s team and the Community Trust and there is a new-look ‘visitors’ section which tells you all you need to know about Doncaster.
As well as that, there is a 2020/21 fixtures poster which supporters can pull out and put on the wall of their office or bedroom to keep track of the Addicks’ season.
Due to COVID protocols, the programme will not be available to purchase at the stadium itself on Saturday, although it will be available to purchase from the Valley Superstore once delivered on Friday. The club shop will be open between 10am-3pm.
Supporters can purchase the programme, which costs £3, online by clicking here, with a total cost of £4 to include postage and packaging. The programme is only available for delivery in the UK and Ireland and supporters will need to have set up a ticketing account to complete their purchase.
Club staff will endeavour to send as many programmes in the post on Friday, but cannot guarantee delivery in time for Saturday.
If supporters would prefer to purchase via cheque, they can send a cheque for £5 (cost includes £2 admin and postage and packaging fee) to 'Communications Team, Charlton Athletic Football Club, The Valley, Floyd Road, SE7 8BL' with their name and delivery address and their programme will be posted to them as soon as possible.
Meanwhile, supporters can still purchase the bumper behind-closed-doors edition of Valley Review which covered all four of the Addicks’ lockdown fixtures at The Valley in 2019/20.