Full information on the Gills' Easter Monday Sky Bet League One away fixture

Tickets for the Gills' crucial visit to The Valley to play Charlton Athletic on Easter Monday (April 17, 3pm kick-off) are now on general sale.

Gillingham will make the short trip to South East London for the first time since Andy Barcham and Dennis Oli scored in March 2010's exciting 2-2 draw against the Addicks. We have been given an initial allocation of 1,595 tickets for this fixture, and travelling fans will be situated in the seated and covered Jimmy Seed Stand.

Prices for the match are as follows:

Seniors (over-65s) and under-21s£18
Student/under-18s   £10

We have been allocated seven pairs of tickets for wheelchair users, and additional seats for ambulant supporters and their personal assistants. Full information can be obtained by visiting or contacting the club's ticket office.

Advance ticket sales will end at 3pm on Good Friday, the same day that the Gills take on Bristol Rovers at the MEMS Priestfield Stadium. Subject to availability, tickets will be available to purchase at The Valley on the day of the game (pricing TBC). 

Tickets will be available online here, at the club's ticket office or via our customer service centre on (01634) 300000. When making group bookings, supporters must allocate each ticket to a registered customer account to ensure full purchase histories are recorded.

October's 1-1 draw in the reverse fixture was attended by 8,670 supporters, the biggest crowd in ME7 to date this season. Bradley Dack opened the scoring for the Gills before sub goalkeeper Stuart Nelson saved Ricky Holmes' penalty. However, striker Nicky Ajose scored from the spot in the last minute to earn the Addicks a point.

As ever, our Club Class travel service, run in conjunction with Kings Ferry coaches, will be in action for this important fixture. 

Sittingbourne railway station 11.15am
Rainham, layby outside Cricketers pub 11.30am
MEMS Priestfield Stadium 12pm
Strood, Coach & Horses pub 12.15pm

Adults travel costs £17 for this game, juniors (under-16) £14.

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