Abu Dhabi

Charlton legend John Robinson is partnering with the club and community trust to set up several programs, ranging from a development academy, camps, and talent identification in Abu Dhabi, whilst also offering players opportunities to gain scholarships at the University of Greenwich. 

Robinson said: “This is a great opportunity and I'm really excited about it. My Charlton story started back in 1992 and for this to be the next chapter - representing the club in its first overseas venture since Thomas Sandgaard's takeover - makes me very proud.

“We have a great partner in Abu Dhabi called PASS, who have over 1,000 children taking part in their weekly training programmes. 

“The dream for us is to grow the club's international supporter base through our engagement with them and, in the long term, provide players the opportunity to experience what Charlton has to offer and hopefully have players a pathway into the club's academy and first team.”

Follow the Addicks

Supporters living outside of the UK & Ireland can now purchase a subscription for the club’s popular live streaming service, CharltonTV LIVE, for the 2021/22 season.

Acting as your ‘digital season ticket’, an international CharltonTV LIVE subscription will enable overseas fans to watch the club’s first-team league games live!

International CharltonTV LIVE subscriptions are priced at £195 for the season which, based on the club being permitted to live stream 40 league matches in 2021/22, equates to less than £5 per fixture.

Click here for more on CharltonTV.


The club launched an international membership scheme in 2021. Membership costs just £25 and includes an International Addicks flag and pin badge. International Addicks will also receive 15% off an annual CharltonTV subscription to help them follow all the action from afar, 25 loyalty points and 20% off stadium tours.

Find out more about becoming a member here.

International supporters groups

There are a variety of international supporters groups which run events throughout the year. Click here to find out more about joining a group or setting up your own group.