Crystal Palace

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Crystal Palace
Full name
Crystal Palace Football Club
First Season
1905-06
Ground
Selhurst Park (1924-present)
Key People
Players • Coaches • Executives



Crystal Palace Football Club is a professional football club based in Selhurst, South London, England. Although their official founding date is 1905, the club claims to be a continuation of the original amateur Crystal Palace football club first established in 1861, after historians discovered a direct lineage through their ownership under the same Crystal Palace Company. Both the amateur and professional clubs played inside the grounds of the Crystal Palace Exhibition building, with the professional club using the FA Cup Final stadium for its home games until 1915, when they were forced to leave due to the outbreak of the First World War. In 1924, they moved to their current home at Selhurst Park.

Programs

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Clubs of the English football league system (2020-21)
Premier League Arsenal • Aston Villa • Brighton & Hove Albion • Burnley • Chelsea • Crystal Palace • Everton • Fulham • Leeds United • Leicester City • Liverpool • Manchester City • Manchester United • Newcastle United • Sheffield United • Southampton • Tottenham Hotspur • West Bromwich Albion • West Ham United • Wolverhampton Wanderers
League Championship AFC Bournemouth • Barnsley • Birmingham City • Blackburn Rovers • Brentford • Bristol City • Cardiff City • Coventry City • Derby County • Huddersfield Town • Luton Town • Middlesbrough • Millwall • Norwich City • Nottingham Forest • Peterborough United • Preston North End • Queens Park Rangers • Reading • Rotherham United • Sheffield Wednesday • Stoke City • Sunderland • Swansea City • Watford • Wycombe Wanderers
League One Blackpool • Bristol Rovers • Charlton Athletic • Crewe Alexandra • Doncaster Rovers • Fleetwood Town • Gillingham • Hull City • Ipswich Town • Lincoln City • MK Dons • Morecambe • Northampton Town • Oxford United • Plymouth Argyle • Portsmouth • Rochdale • Shrewsbury Town • Sunderland • Swindon Town • Wigan Athletic
League Two Bolton Wanderers • Bradford City • Cambridge United • Carlisle United • Cheltenham Town • Crawley Town • Exeter City • Grimsby Town • Leyton Orient • Mansfield Town • Newport County • Oldham Athletic • Port Vale • Scunthorpe United • Southend United • Stevenage • Sutton United • Tranmere Rovers • Walsall
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Defunct Bury • Hereford
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