Congratulations to Fliss Gibbons who made her England debut on Tuesday for the Under 19 team
Addicks Under 17s stung by Hornets at Coldharbour on Saturday
Emma Beckett returned to the Charlton Women’s team starting line up with a bang and set up their dramatic equaliser against Aston Villa, despite playi...
Braces by Ellie Stenning and Kit Graham, on her senior debut, put the game out of reach for the visiting Hornets in a 4-1 victory at Sparrows lane on ...
Charley Clifford and Fliss Gibbons admitted they were both “shocked” to have been selected for the England under-19 squad next week.
The Charlton Women’s team snatched a 1-1 draw with Aston Villa thanks to a last minute Cori Daniels header on Sunday, despite dominating the encounter...
Charlton's Elizabeta Ejupi celebrated victory on her international debut for Albania last week
Courteney Gibson is enjoying her current run in the Charlton Women’s team and believes she is improving week on week.
Captain, Kim Dixson is the winner of PHSC plc player the month for October.
The Charlton Women’s team came from a goal down to record a 1-1 home draw with Reading at Bayliss Avenue on Sunday.
Congratulations to Elizabeta Ejupi who this week received her first call-up for the Albania Women’s football team.
New signing Cori Daniels could not hide her disappointment after the Charlton Women’s team slumped to a 2-0 home loss to Coventry City on Sunday.
Gemma Bryan was presented with her Umbro F.A. Women’s Premier League Golden Boot Award on Sunday after shooting her way to being top goalscorer in all...
The Kent FA have selected seven Charlton players for their first ever Under 19 fixture
The Charlton Women’s team were beaten 2-0 by Coventry City, who move into top spot, at Bayliss Avenue on Sunday.
Courteney Gibson was pleased with her first team debut for the Charlton Women’s team as they defeated Nottingham Forest 3-0 on Sunday.
New signing Cori Daniels is excited to be returning to the Charlton Women’s team and cannot wait to start playing.
Paul Mortimer is demanding more consistency from the Charlton Women’s team ahead of their clash at home to Coventry on Sunday.
Sinead Boyer was pleased with the Charlton Women’s team’s performance, and victory, against Nottingham Forest on Sunday.
An extra-time winner from Emily Symonds on her senior debut saw the Addicks progress to the 3rd round of the Reserve League Cup