We’ve teamed up with Checkatrade, official title sponsor of the Checkatrade Trophy, to offer five lucky fans the chance to win four tickets to Charlton Athletic v AFC Wimbledon on Tuesday, September 4.
In their first fixture of the group stage, Addicks manager Lee Bowyer will be hoping his side can make a positive start to this season’s Checkatrade Trophy campaign.
Charlton Athletic welcome fellow League One side AFC Wimbledon to The Valley – and you could be there to watch all the action live.
For your chance to win, simply answer this question: Who beat Charlton Athletic in last season’s League One play-offs?
Answers – including an address and daytime contact number – should be sent to email@example.com. The competition closes at noon on August 22.
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Terms & Conditions
The prize consists of four tickets for five winners to the game against AFC Wimbledon on Tuesday, September 4, 2018.
The package does not include travel to or from the ground or any hospitality at the ground
Entrants are reminded that tickets are issued subject to Charlton Athletic’s regulations and the Conditions of Entry relevant to those tickets. https://www.efl.com/siteassets/efl-documents/ground-regulations-efl-2018_19-final.pdf
Fans are reminded that these tickets are in the Charlton Athletic end and seats are amongst home supporters. Any away supporters found in home areas may be ejected from the ground either for the purposes of their own safety or for any other reason.
If you have any special accessibility requirements, the venue will be contacted to check accessibility. In some instances, notice of accessible seating may only be available at short notice.
The competition is open to all UK residents with the exception of employees of Charlton Athletic, AFC Wimbledon, Checkatrade, the EFL or Hatch Communications, their immediate families, agents or anyone else associated with the administration.
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