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Charlton Athletic FC launches savings account

Charlton Athletic is teaming up with its South East London neighbour Woolwich Building Society to offer a new savings account.


The club – confident will not be relegated from the Premier League – is launching the Charlton Premier Savings account.


The account offers a Visa Electron debit card and fans can withdraw money from any Woolwich or Link ATM.


It pays quarterly interest at a rate of five per cent gross per annum.


The minimum opening deposit is £10 for those aged 16 or under and £100 for adults.


Woolwich will pay Charlton half of one per cent of the average total balances each year.


Charlton has over 17,000 season ticket holders and expects to sell out its 20,000 capacity ground for most games this season.

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