Charlton Athletic currently play in the Championship after being in the Premier League and League One in the past decade. Nicknamed the 'Addicks', Charlton Athletic wear red shirts with white shorts and red socks are are manufactured by Nike who have manufactured their shirts for just one season and are sponsored by Andrews Air Conditioning.
Charlton wear a home strip comprising red shirts which have been worn by such names as Sam Bartram, Allan Simonsen, Derek Hales, Paolo Di Canio and Richard Rufus. The Charlton all time record goal scorer is Stuart Leary with 153 between 1953-62.
London's Charlton Athletic prepare for League One football by releasing both their home and third shirts. After a torrid time in recent seasons have seen the once Premier League club being relegated into League One and also employing several different managers in the previous three seasons, the ' [...]
Launching their new home kit back in May this year, Championship outfit Charlton Athletic have officially revealed their new away and third strips for next season. The new away shirt for Charlton uses the new 15-16 Sash template with the shirt coloured white and the sash coloured red [...]
Finishing 12th in the Championship, Charlton Athletic have officially launched their new home kit for the 2015-16 season [...]
Charlton Athletic currently play in the Championship, and after ranking 18th in the 2013/14 league table, they will be remaining in the second tier of English football [...]
Championship club Charlton Athletic have officially launched their new home kit for next season. Supplied by Nike, the new home kit for The Valley side features a common template by Nike [...]
Charlton Athletic were formed in 1905 and probably hold the record for the club with the most nicknames including the Addicts, the Valiants or the Robins. They also have possibly a record in the most ground changes with 9 to date some of these being ground shares at Selhurst and Upton Parks prior to the return to Greenwich in 1992. Charlton play their home games today at The Valley, Floyd Road, London.
Charlton Athletic were relegated to League One in the 2008-09 season and they were promoted back to the Campionship for the 2012-13 season. The club have several rivalries in London including Millwall and Crystal Palace.