CharltonTV will play host to an academy double header on Tuesday in what promises to be an action-packed week for subscribers.
First, Anthony Hayes’ U23s side host Watford (1pm kick-off GMT) with live commentary from Princes Park provided by Terry Smith, before Hamza Serrar’s U18s take on Accrington Stanley (7pm kick-off GMT). Smith will be joined by Greg Stubley for coverage of the young Addicks’ FA Youth Cup fourth-round tie.
Before that, subscribers can enjoy highlights of Karen Hills’ side’s 1-0 triumph over Lewes Women at The Oakwood on Sunday afternoon, as well as the full CharltonTV production from the Addicks’ 1-1 draw at Cheltenham Town last weekend.
Highlights of both of Tuesday’s matches will be accessible to CharltonTV subscribers from Wednesday, with Johnnie Jackson’s pre-Fleetwood Town press conference set to be available on Thursday.
Saturday’s Sky Bet League One encounter against Fleetwood is only available to watch overseas due to EFL broadcast regulations, though CharltonTV subscribers can enjoy live audio commentary from Smith and Stubley, who will be joined in the SE7 gantry by former Addicks defender Steve Brown.
Meanwhile, fans all over the world can watch the build-up to Saturday’s game live on the club’s YouTube channel, with fans’ favourite Jim Melrose starring alongside Alan Curbishley and host Scott Minto in the CharltonTV studio, presented by DNEL Ltd.
A CharltonTV subscription also gives supporters full access to the club’s archive, which includes an array of in-depth features and highlights from our games dating back more than 30 years. The subscription also includes access to every pre-match press conference, as well as live streaming of the Addicks’ U23s’ home games.
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Charlton fans can support the academy by signing up to the Valley Gold scheme. Valley Gold enables fans to support the club's academy in unearthing the talents of tomorrow, as well as giving them the chance to win cash prizes.