Attendance at The Valley has soared over the course of the season, with the general optimism around Charlton increasing as their incredible 2018/19 journey goes on, with around 25,000 Addicks fans making their way to SE7 for the nail-biting victory over Doncaster Rovers on Friday.
Next up for Lee Bowyer’s side? Sunderland at Wembley Stadium. The Londoners can achieve promotion if they beat the Black Cats on Sunday and thousands of Charlton fans have been buying tickets this week – 38,227, to be exact.
It’s a phenomenal effort from the fans to match that from the players and Bowyer, which has got the team to where they are now, and the Addicks faithful will be hoping that their support can propel their beloved side to glory.
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Former midfielder Bowyer has done a fantastic job in reuniting the fans and the team once again, with Roland Duchatelet threatening to drive a wedge between them, and it will be quite the story if Charlton can lift the trophy this weekend. Here’s what the Addicks fans on Twitter had to say about the impressive number of tickets sold…
Unbelievable support👏 the scenes at the Valley was incredible and the following again is something special. What a club…. I just hope we win and give Bowyer his deserved contract and with new owners, this club will reach the heights of the premier league again.
— JOHHIC (@_John_Hickey_) May 24, 2019
We’ve beat last years play off attendance on our own ? #cafc
— Iain Gray (@IainGray) May 24, 2019
— Gary Ginnaw (@GRGin1983) May 24, 2019
— Liam Edwards (@Ed_7991) May 24, 2019
Last years play-off final the attendance was 26,218 and we’ve beaten that by 12,000 on our own, we’re too big of a club for league one and hopefully we’ll be going up as a result COYR ????
— Harry Deamer (@deamz__) May 24, 2019
Allez allez allez
— Squiff (@squiffwilson) May 24, 2019
— Will MG (@Willmg2307) May 24, 2019
Fantastic – is it a sell out?
— derek wyatt (@wyattd) May 24, 2019