The Valley

The home of Charlton Athletic for more than 100 years, The Valley is one of London’s most iconic football venues. 

Situated a stone's throw from The O2 Arena, The Valley is a 25-minute drive from London City Airport and a 25-minute train journey from London Bridge, London Cannon Street and London Charing Cross.

In February 1938, more than 75,000 supporters packed into our ground in SE7 for a fifth-round FA Cup tie against Aston Villa. Only one club stadium in the capital has ever housed more spectators for a single match than our home.

It is not just football The Valley is famous for... In 1974, rockband The Who played a gig at the stadium and two years later they made it into the Guinness Book Of Records for the loudest ever gig, measured at 120 decibels from 50 metres away, again at The Valley.

Charlton had to endure a seven-year exile away from The Valley between 1985 and 1992 and since its return the ground has been expanded on multiple occasions and is now a 27,111 all-seater stadium.

Please find more information on The Valley below.

Tickets at The Valley

Stadium tours

Hospitality at The Valley

History of The Valley

Ground regulations