Nickname: The Addicks
Year formed: 1905
Ground: The Valley, Floyd Road, Charlton, SE7 8BL
2008/09 average: 20,894
For visitors: 3,000 in the Jimmy Seed (South) Stand
- 1 EXCLUSIVE: US tycoons in Norwich City investment talks
- 2 EXCLUSIVE: The faces behind City's prospective US investment
- 3 Norwich City transfer rumours: Canaries after Blackburn midfielder
- 4 'That's changed the narrative' - City fans react to news of investment talks
- 5 Norwich City and investment - it's not always been good
- 6 Webber maps out City transfer strategy
- 7 'The focus now has to be on where the club goes from here' - Robin Sainty
- 8 City more together than some think - Webber
- 9 City fans react to controversial Webber interview
- 10 Michael McIntyre and Robert Rinder spotted at Carrow Road
Position last season: 24th in the Championship
Manager: Phil Parkinson (November 2008)
Player to watch - Miguel Llera: A new signing at The Valley, the Spanish defender apparently chose a move to south London ahead of a switch to Norwich City. The centre-back had a good season for MK Dons last time around, but apparently wanted a change of scenery after a year in Milton Keynes. Tall and imposing, Llera will be key to helping shore up the defence.
Record transfer fee paid: �4.75m (Jason Euell, Wimbledon, 2001)
Record transfer fee received: �16.5m (Darren Bent, Spurs, 2007)
Ticket office: 0871 226 1905
Ticket prices: Adults �20, Over 60's and Under 21s �15, Under 18's �10
Official website: www.cafc.co.uk
Distance: 113 miles
Journey time: 2 hrs, 14 mins
For directions to the ground go to www.pinkun.com/content/pinkun/norwich-city/away-guide/Map.aspx
Pub: The Antigallican (428 Woolwich Road, London, SE7 8SU) near the station is a favourite among away supporters. Another welcoming venue is The Rose of Denmark on 296 Woolwich Road� has Sky Sports and displays photos of away fans who have visited. There's also the Pickwick at 246 Woolwich Road, London, SE7 7QU.
Last league meeting: Norwich City 2, Charlton Athletic 2 (September 19, 2009): Norwich City skipper Grant Holt scored a dramatic injury-time equaliser to give his side a thoroughly merited point from a stirring fightback against Charlton at Carrow Road. Holt headed home from substitute Chris Martin's cross two minutes into stoppage time in a dramatic finish to a full-blooded encounter. First-half goals from Deon Burton and Jonjo Shelvey gave City a mountain to climb, but Wes Hoolahan gave them a lifeline when he pulled a goal back a minute before the break.
City connection: Assistant manager Phil Chapple started his career at City. Dean Sinclair came through the youth ranks at City.