Worldwide live stream available for Charlton v Aston Villa U21

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Supporters all over the world will be able to watch Tuesday’s Papa John's Trophy fixture against Aston Villa U21 live on CharltonTV (7pm KO GMT).

EFL broadcast rules dictate that the club CAN stream midweek league games and Papa John's Trophy fixtures worldwide, including in the UK & Ireland, meaning that all fans have the opportunity to watch Tuesday's fixture live. 

CharltonTV will be providing match-only coverage for the game, meaning that Tuesday's production will start shortly before kick-off and will conclude at full time.

Match passes for Tuesday’s game are priced at £10 and fans who purchase one can enjoy single-camera coverage with replays and commentary provided by Terry Smith and Greg Stubley.

Click here to purchase your match pass.

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CharltonTV LIVE subscriptions (international only)

International supporters can also watch the fixture by purchasing a CharltonTV LIVE subscription, which is priced at just £195. Over the course of 12 months, the aforementioned subscription’s cost-per-match equates to less than £5 per game.

The subscription also provides fans with everything else that CharltonTV has to offer such as audio commentary of every competitive first-team game and unlimited access to all on-demand videos.

This subscription is only available to fans OUTSIDE of the UK* & Ireland due to EFL broadcast rules.

Click here to purchase your subscription.

All supporters are reminded that annual and monthly CharltonTV subscriptions, which are priced at £60 and £6.50 per month respectively, do NOT include the live streaming of league or Papa John's Trophy games. Fans with one of these subscriptions can listen to live audio commentary of Tuesday's game.

If you live in the UK or Ireland then the only way to watch Tuesday's game on CharltonTV is to purchase a match pass.

*The UK is classed as England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland, Guernsey, Jersey & Isle of Man.

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