The Old Valley - Charlton Athletic

Charlton Athletic 4 Tottenham Hotspur 1 - Football League Division Two Within the London Borough of Greenwich, Charlton is an area in so.

An air-raid ‘spotter’ watches the skies as Charlton Athletic take on Arsenal at The Valley in the background, 1939

A Spotter, watching out for German air raids, during a Charlton Athletic vs Arsenal match at The Valley, London 1940

The Old Valley - Charlton Athletic

Charlton Athletic 4 Tottenham Hotspur 1 - Football League Division Two Within the London Borough of Greenwich, Charlton is an area in so.

The Valley - late 1980s

Charlton Athletic: The Valley

Charlton Athletic's Bert Johnson (r) looks up at captain Don Welsh (c) as he shows off the FA Cup whilst being carried shoulder high by triumphant teammates Jack Shreeve (second l) and Peter Croker (second r) after the 1947 win over Burnley

Golden Years: From Billy the white horse to the Matthews final and Crazy Gang... the FA Cup final has long been part of football folklore

Stan Bartram made captain for the day in his last game for Charlton Athletic, 10th. March 1956. He shakes hands with Arsenal's Cliff Holton in a game in which Charlton won 2-0. Sam is leaving to become player-manager of York City

Stan Bartram made captain for the day in his last game for Charlton Athletic, March He shakes hands with Arsenal's Cliff Holton in a game in which Charlton won Sam is leaving to become player-manager of York City

Portsmouth's Jimmy Dickinson helps Charlton Athletic goalkeeper Sam Bartram to cut the special cake awarded to him on the occasion of his 500th appearance for the club

Portsmouth's Jimmy Dickinson helps Charlton Athletic goalkeeper Sam Bartram to cut the special cake awarded to him on the occasion of his appearance for the club

Charlton Athletic V Chelsea - Stamford Bridge Part of the 'crowd' watching the match at Stamford Bridge. Ref #: PA.9354118 Date: 22/02/1956

22 February 1956 / A thinly scattered audience watch Chelsea take on Charlton Athletic: With a snowbound Stamford Bridge, understandably a sparse crowd turn out to see the match.

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