Ben Hayes takes a look at the club’s association with the UK’s favourite festive bird, the robin.
Duff Morris Bruce – Soldier, Scrapper & Addick
As the centenary of the Great War passes, the nation paused to consider the efforts and sacrifices of so many, though often overlooked among the horror of war were the numerous opportunities that service life presented.
Archive of Programmes and Documents
Charlton Museum Trustee Paul Baker explains how the museum are currently in the process of digitalising their huge archive of programmes and documents
A Closer Look at the Record Books
Following the Addicks recent record-breaking 8-0 win at Stevenage, Charlton Museum Trustee Ben Hayes, delves into the history books to look at some of the other, even more comprehensive Addicks victories since the club’s formation.
The Original Giant Killers
Ben Hayes continues the story of programmes donated by a late fan and the famous FA Cup run behind them.
We’ve Always Been Athletic
In part one of a two part article, Charlton Museum Trustee Paul Baker takes a look at some of the mistruths about the cubs early years.
A True Charlton Legend
Paul Baker takes a look at the early contributions of Eddie Marshall, a club legend whose name may not be familiar to most Addicks, but played a hugely important part in the formation of Charlton and beyond.
Charlton Museum trustee and war historian Clive Harris, takes a look at the clubs very first rivals who came in the form of their military neighbours.