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Match preview: Fleetwood Town v Charlton Athletic

15 March 2024

Fleetwood Town host Charlton Athletic this weekend with the Cods looking to build on this current unbeaten streak, however three points are as vital then ever with only a handful of home games left.

In this match preview, we have everything you need to know from Charlton's recent run of form, head coach Charlie Adam's pre-match interview and a look at those who have played for both Clubs.

Fixture: Fleetwood Town v Charlton Athletic 

Competition: Sky Bet League One

Date: Saturday 16 March 2024

Kick-off: 15:00

Venue: Highbury Stadium, Park Avenue, Fleetwood, FY7 6TX

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The Addicks come to the Fylde Coast as one of the division's in-form sides as a 3-2 win against Carlisle United last time out, which meant it's now two wins in a row for the first time for Nathan Jones in the dugout since the Welshman took over in February.

As the London side sit in 14th place in Sky Bet League One, they are 10 points clear of the relegation zone and 17 points away from the Play-Offs - but since Jones has come in, the aim has been to steer clear of the drop zone after a disappointing start to the campaign after a respectable tenth place finish last year.

Despite the side from The Valley, it has been a disappointing campaign in comparison to last season’s respectable tenth-place finish. One clear bright-spark has been striker Alfie May’s season so far - Charlton’s number nine has 20 goals so far this season, well clear of Charlton’s next highest scorer who is George Dobson with eight. May is also sitting top of the league’s goal-scoring charts three more than Barnsley’s Devante Cole [17].

The Addicks now go into their fourth consecutive campaign in Sky Bet League One following relegation from the Sky Bet Championship in 2019/20 as this will be the 14th meeting between Fleetwood and Charlton.



Jayden Stockley

Town’s current number nine is a liked-character in this current Town side, known for his strength, hold-up play and a fond eye for goal - Stockley was also appreciated by Charlton fans with 33 goals in 89 appearances with one impressive goal scoring season with 20 scored in one campaign in 2021/22 - Stockley made the direct move to Highbury Stadium from Charlton. 


Brendan Wiredu

One of the most popular figures on the Fylde Coast on this moment in time, Town’s current captain spent most of his younger years at Charlton with a spell at Bromley in between. Only a handful of appearances at the Valley followed and Wiredu left for pastures new to Colchester and regular game time where Fleetwood signed him from and 78 appearances later, he’s one of the first names on Charlie Adam’s team sheet. 

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Gavin Kilkenny 

Another player in Fleetwood’s current team is current number eight and AFC Bournemouth loanee Gavin Kilkenny. A player who is coming into his own as Town’s performances have improved recently and Kilkenny has recently scored his first professional goal against Wigan Athletic - Kilkenny was also on loan to Saturday’s opponents last campaign but he’s already played more games for Town [9].



As Town look to build on the mood around camp Charlie Adam and his staff have brought to the club whilst the team is five unbeaten, however winning games is the aim and three points are vital if the situation is to change.

Click HERE to hear what Adam himself had to say about the game coming up.



Back the lads at Highbury as they look to get out of the relegation zone, they need you more than ever!


Below is the pricing for the match:

ADULTS           £23          £25           £27
SENIORS / UNDER-25s           £18          £20           £22
UNDER-16s           £8          £9            £10

If you would like any more information regarding the ticket sales dates, prices, or any other general enquiries, you can contact our ticket office at Highbury Stadium by ringing 01253 775080 or you can email



On the day of the game, there will be two matchday packages available for both overseas and, one for UK-based supporters - buy your iFollow pass here

Video Match Pass - £10 (Overseas only)

Audio Match Pass - £2.50 (UK and overseas)

Those who choose the Audio Match Pass option will get access to just the commentary, which will be provided by our partners, BBC Radio Lancashire. Season passes are available with audio passes for only £45 for the season, for all UK-based members of the Cod Army!

If you want to buy a package for the rest of the season, you can find more details by heading over to our iFollow page 

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Match Reports

Report: Graydon's goal earns Town a valuable point against Charlton

16 March 2024

Fleetwood Town earned another point and extended their unbeaten streak to six after drawing 1-1 with Charlton Athletic at Highbury.

Substitute Ryan Graydon levelled up the proceedings at the death in the League One clash, with his strike going in off the inside of the post, therefore cancelling out Alfie May’s first-half spot-kick.

It was Fleetwood who first tested the waters with two chances early on with Xavier Simon’s left-footed effort being tipped over the bar - the resulting corner Town attempted to up the tempo with a few consecutive chances.

Jayden Stockley then met a Phoenix Patterson cross into the six-yard box perfectly with his head, but it went to the wrong side of the post.

Chances were then at a premium for both sides, but in the 22nd minute Brendan Wiredu managed to find himself in a good position in the attacking box, however, his finessed effort was palmed away by Harry Isted.

With half an hour played, the game was played in the middle of the park with neither set of fans treated to too much goal-mouth action as both sides were trying to work the other out.

Gavin Kilkenny’s composure at the back did allow Town to work themselves a few passes and up the field, but the final ball didn’t quite work out.

Despite how even the game was with both sides lacking clear-cut efforts on goal, the deadlock was broken just before half-time as it was Alfie May who won a penalty for the visitors and Charlton’s number nine who slotted it home for the Addicks to take the lead going into the interval.

In the second half, Fleetwood came out the blocks up for the fight, Ryan Broom and Shaun Rooney worked the ball well down the flank, the latter’s pull-back was met by Bosun Lawal and his effort was matched by Isted.

Twenty minutes into the second period it was Charlton’s turn to dictate play, but Town rode the wave of pressure and the hunt for the equaliser continued. 

With six minutes left to play, there were some valiant efforts to get back into the game and Town’s efforts were rewarded as Graydon managed to find himself with the ball at his feet after some good work by Tommy Lonergan to clip the ball into the back of the net and round Isted into the back of the net.

Despite Fleetwood’s effort to huff and puff at Charlton for that vital winner alongside Isted denying Lonergan the chance for a heroic winner as his header was down the 'keeper's throat, the spoils were shared in the end.

Town XI: Lynch (GK), Wiredu (C), Lawal, Kilkenny (Graydon 74'), Stockley, Broom, Heneghan, Simons (Mayor 62'), Omochere (Lonergan 74'), Rooney, Patterson.

Unused subs: McMullan (GK), Johnston, Samuels, Holgate.

Charlton XI: Isted (GK), Thomas, Dobson, May (Ladapo 83'), Watson (Hector 90'), Small. Gillesphey, Kanu (LuaLua 90'), Anderson. Coventry, Edmonds-Green.

Unused subs: Maynard-Brewer (GK), Campbell, Bakinson, Asiimwe.

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Ticket News

Tickets on general sale for the Charlton match this weekend

15 March 2024

Fleetwood Town are back at Highbury this weekend for another Sky Bet League One match, this time against Charlton Athletic for a 3pm kick-off.

There are only FOUR home matches left this season, and we need you behind us all the way! 


Below is the pricing for the match:

ADULTS           £23          £25           £27
SENIORS / UNDER-25s           £18          £20           £22
UNDER-16s           £8          £9            £10

If you would like any more information regarding the ticket sales dates, prices, or any other general enquiries, you can contact our ticket office at Highbury Stadium by ringing 01253 775080 or you can email

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