Manager: Sam Allardyce
The fifth most-experienced manager in Premier League history having overseen over 400 games in the division, Allardyce was appointed Crystal Palace manager in December 2016 having kept Sunderland in the top-flight the season before, which earned him a short spell as England manager where he won his only game in charge against Slovakia in September 2016.
A no-nonsense centre-back in his playing days, the 62-year-old started his career at Bolton Wanderers in 1973, playing a key role in the side that lifted the Second Division title five years later. That was to prove his first and only honour as a player, despite later stints at the likes of Sunderland, Millwall and West Bromwich Albion.
With his playing days running out, he pitched up at Irish outfit Limerick where he took his first steps into management as player-boss. After winning the Irish league title in 1991/92, Allardyce returned to former club Preston North End as assistant manager before getting his first taste of life in the hot seat at Blackpool in 1994.
After failure in the play-offs led to his dismissal two years later, Allardyce bounced back and would win promotion via the same method with Notts County and Bolton in 1998 and 2001 respectively, and over the course of eight years he transformed the fortunes of the Trotters with the highlight being when he took them into the UEFA Cup after a sixth-place finish in 2004/05.
Spells at Blackburn Rovers and Newcastle United followed before he was appointed West Ham United boss in June 2011. Another Championship play-off win was masterminded in 2012 as he returned the Hammers to the Premier League, and after leaving the club at the end of the 2014/15 campaign, he returned to Sunderland a dew months later to steer them to safety after a late season revival, something he'll be hoping to achieve at the Eagles after succeeding Alan Pardew.
Assistant Manager: Sammy Lee
Head of Performance: Ryland Morgans
First-Team Coach: Kevin Keen
Goalkeeping Coach: Martyn Margetson
Club Doctor: Zaf Iqbal
Physiotherapist: Edward Richmond
Assistant Physiotherapist/Under-21 Physiotherapist: John Stannard
Head of Sports Science & Strength & Conditioning: Scott Guyett
Sports Scientist/Assistant Performance Analyst: Nick Coleman
Rehabilitation Coach: Chris Petrie
Strength & Conditioning Coach: Andy Page
Masseurs: Ian Evans & Chris Swallow
Head Analyst: Ben Stevens
First Team Performance Analyst: Robert Weaver
Head of Recruitment Analysis: Liam Sweeting
Kit Manager: Danny Young