Exeter City are back on the road in EFL Sky Bet League One action on Tuesday night with a trip to face Charlton Athletic in a 7:45pm kick-off.
This will be the first meeting of the two sides in League action since 2012!
Making the trip? Check out all you need to know...
Tickets are on sale for City's re-arranged trip to the Valley to take on Charlton Athletic on Tuesday, October 11 in a 7:45pm kick-off.
The match was originally called off due to the death of Queen Elizabeth II, but both club have now agreed the new date, confirmed by the EFL.
All tickets previously held remain valid for the new date, however refunds will be available for those who are unable to make the new fixture.
Tickets for this match must be returned to the club either in person or by post in order to process your refund.
Tickets can be returned to:
Exeter City Football Club, St James Park, Stadium Way, Exeter, EX4 6PX
Please ensure your name and booking reference number is included with the tickets. Please also email us at email@example.com with the same details in order to speed up the process.
If you wish to speak to the ticket office call 01392 412952.
Tickets are in the Jimmy Seed South Stand and prices are as follows:
- Adult: £23
- Over 65: £21
- Under 21: £21
- Student: £18
- Under 18: £14
- Under 11: £6
Ambulant and wheelchair supporter pricing:
- Ambulant adult: £21
- Ambulant over-65 and u21: £18
- Ambulant student: £18
- Ambulant Under 18: £14
- Ambulant Under 11: £6
*personal assistant free of charge
Wheelchair (per pair):
- Adult: £21
- Over-65 and u21: £18
- Student: £18
- Under 18: £14
- Under 11: £6
Charlton offer two disabled parking spaces for away supporters. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Subject to availability, tickets will be sold to visiting supporters on match day from the South Stand ticket office, paid for by card only. There will be an increase of £3 per adult and £2 per concession.
How to Buy
Tickets are now available via your online ticketing account or in the club shop.
- Name: The Valley
- Opened: 1919
- Capacity: 27,111
- Address: The Valley, Floyd Rd, London SE7 8BL
The Valley was re-opened in December 1992 and since Charlton's return, the ground has been majorly redeveloped and can now hold over 27,000 supporters.
There is space for up to 3,000 visiting supporters in the Jimmy Seed Stand at the south end of the ground. This build is above pitch level, making for very good views of the playing surface.
How to get there
Charlton station is the nearest train station to The Valley and is just a three-minute walk away. Charlton station is served by trains travelling from London Cannon Street, London Charing Cross, Dartford and Gillingham.
Fans travelling by train to plan their journey in advance, please click here to find the best train times.
North Greenwich is the closest tube station to The Valley. Located right outside of the O2 Arena, North Greenwich is served by the Jubilee Line and also has a large bus stop.
Grecian Travel departs Unit 1 in Exeter at 1pm at a cost of £36.
Other pick-up points include: Honiton Road park and ride (by Miller and Carter Steakhouse), junction 28 (Cullompton services), junction 27 (Tiverton), junction 25 (Taunton.) All other pick-ups by prior arrangement.
For more information or to book please contact John Bishop on 07904 036334 or by email at: email@example.com (after 6pm).
There is street parking available close to the ground but please be careful as some nearby streets are permit holders only.
At the Stadium
The Valley’s turnstiles open 90 minutes before the match is due to start, so at 6:15pm on Tuesday night.
A range of food and drink options are available inside the stadium. There is a food kiosk located near to the entrance turnstiles.
While there is a cash machine located on the side of The Valley Superstore, the stadium itself is becoming cashless. This means that no cash will be accepted for any transactions in the stadium and we would advise people to make sure that they bring a payment card with them. There are also cashpoints located outside of Charlton train station on either side of the road.
Pubs for Away Fans
The Angerstein Hotel is open for away fans, this is a 10 minute walk from the stadium in the direction of Greenwich. The nearest station is Westcombe Park Station.
Things to do
Please click here to view Trip Advisor's top ten things to do in Charlton.
The 02 Arena
Since re-opening as the O2 Arena in 2007, the formerly known ‘Millennium Dome’ has become one of the country’s most popular concert venues. No fewer than 60 million people have visited the O2 in the last decade, with some of the biggest names in music and comedy gracing its main stage.
Greenwich and Greenwich Park
Just a couple of miles from The Valley, Greenwich - the home of time - is packed full of history, local culture and stunning views of London. Greenwich Market, the National Maritime Museum, the Cutty Sark and the Old Royal Naval College are just a few things that this wonderful part of south London has to offer.
As well as this, Greenwich Park, one of the Royal parks of London, is located between Blackheath and Greenwich itself and offers stunning views of capital’s skyline and the Naval College.
Hop on a train at Charlton station - just a three-minute walk from The Valley - and you can be in central London in under 20 minutes. Once you arrive, London is your oyster...
The centre of the capital is also reachable from Charlton by bus, the
53 from Charlton Village and 188 from North Greenwich station, while the Jubilee Line can also be boarded from North Greenwich.
At the time of writing the forecast is looking pretty good with highs of 14 degrees during the match!
Please click here for the latest forecast.
The total distance from Exeter to the Valley is 208 miles and will take just under four hours each way.