Charlton fan, 38, who attended 1076 games in a row dies from Covid-19 virus

Some sad news is out this morning after it was revealed that a Charlton fan who attended 1,076 games in a row spanning 22 years has died from coronavirus. He was just 38.

Seb Lewis was well known among Charlton fans for his dedication over the years. He followed the team through thick and thin after a tumultuous decade follwoing Alan Curbishley’s resignation which later saw Roland Duchâtelet purchase the club and a long period of protest.

Social media is full of stories about how good a person he was to others. RIP.

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2 thoughts on “Charlton fan, 38, who attended 1076 games in a row dies from Covid-19 virus

  • March 26, 2020 at 11:40 am

    How very very sad. Rest in Peace Seb. Charlton Games will never be the same with out you.

  • March 26, 2020 at 9:40 pm

    Very sad news. Rest in Peace Seb. My thoughts are with your family and friends at this very difficult time.


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