Charlton Athletic Football Club

Formed in 1905 by a group of local teenagers, Charlton Athletic rapidly grew, creating decades of history that our supporters can be truly proud of. From our rise to the top flight in the 1930s and winning the FA Cup in the 1940s, to leaving The Valley in the 1980s and the fans leading the fight to come home in the 1990s. 

Charlton have had a number of preferred nicknames over the years including the ‘Valiants’ and the ‘Robins’, but the ‘Addicks’ is the one that has stuck.

24 Apr, 2024
Charlton Athletic Football Club Charlton Athletic F.C. Training Ground, Sparrows Lane, London, UK
Job Title: Sport Science Internship Department: Sport Science   Effective Date: 27th June 2024 Location: Training Ground, Sparrows Lane       JOB PURPOSE To assist with the daily operation and function of the 1st Team Sport Science Department across a wide variety of disciplines.   RESOURCES MANAGEMENT Management responsibility for : Reports to: Josh Hornby   KEY RESPONSIBILITIES o   Assist the daily monitoring of all first team players using a range of physical tests to produce pre-training reports for the Sports Science department and coaching staff. o   Live monitoring of players GPS during training/rehabilitation sessions to feed information back to relevant staff to ensure physical targets are achieved. o   Assist with the collection and analysis of all data to produce daily training/load...
16 Feb, 2023
Part time
Charlton Athletic Football Club Charlton, London, UK
​ Position: Finance / Admin (Part time)  - Women's Team Location :  The Valley Salary £15,500 Hours: Part Time About Us: Charlton Athletic Football Club is an English professional association football club based in Charlton, south-east London. The club was founded on June 9th, 1905 and has a very storied history from rising to the top-flight of English Football in the 1930s (First Division) and again in the 1980s, 1990s and 2000s, to winning the FA Cup in 1947 and to leaving their Valley home in the mid-1980s only to make an impassioned return in 1992. Historically, the women's team played under Charlton Athletic from 2000 to 2007 but were released to become an independently run team in 2007 following the men's team's relegation from the Premier League. The women's team were originally formed as a non-professional team in 1991 and were highly successful in the early 2000s winning The FA Cup, the League Cup, and the Charity Shield, as...