The Charlton Womenís team have re-signed former centre of excellence graduate Rachel Ahern from Kent rivals Gillingham.
Despite the majority of possession and several close encounters on goal, Charlton Women could not find the net and lost by an opportunistic goal to Po...
Charlton Womenís teamís Technical Director Paul Mortimer was left to reflect on a pleasing performance but disappointing result after a 2-1 defeat to ...
Goals from Sam Rowland and Louise Duffy clinched victory for the Reserves who are now third in the League
First Team foiled by two late Gills strikes as they looked to be coasting to victory in their final League Cup group match
Sixteen year-old defender Megan Chandler gets her first call-up for the 1st Team squad for the Gillingham Cup match on Sunday.
Eight Addicks represented Kent as they defeated the RAF 3-0 in their opening South-East Counties Competition match of the 2010-11 season.
The First Team snatched a deserved late point against league leaders West Ham United on Sunday courtesy of Gemma Bryan`s injury-time penalty at Thurro...
Charlton provide the majority of the Kent Representative Team to play the RAF on Wednesday evening at Sittingbourne FC.
Charlton Women have secured a new two year sponsor deal with health, safety and environment specialist consultants, PHSC PLC. The deal will see them ...
A superb long-range volley from Louise Duffy made it a nail biting last few minutes for the Gunners as the Addicks slipped to their first defeat of t...
Gemma`s brace rescues at point against league leaders Keynsham
Four former Charlton players played vital roles as England beat Switzerland on Thursday evening to clinch a place in next summers World Cup Finals in ...
Gemma Bryanís equaliser was not enough as Millwall took the spoils in a closely competed cup contest at Bayliss Avenue on Sunday.
Second half goals from Megan Chandler, Jessica Creighton and Mary Onianwa gave the Reserves their second league victory of the season.
Two free-kicks from Megan Chandler and a header from Ellie Bailes gave the Reserves victory at Cardiff in their opening league game of the season.
Addicks win it for Charley
The campaign against racism in football and society, Show Racism the Red Card are to sponsor Charlton Women.
A superb 2nd half strike from Stef Simmons proved only a consolation as the Addicks slumped to a disappointing League Cup defeat at Brighton.
Technical Director Paul Mortimer has named 16 year olds Ellie Bailes and Felicity Gibbons in the squad for the League Cup tie away to Brighton and Hov...