Caretaker Manager: Keith Millen
Croydon-born Millen returned to south London alongside Ian Holloway, having assisted him at Blackpool from the beginning of the 2012/13 season.
The former defender had spent time at Palace as a youngster but made his professional debut for Brentford in 1983. Millen amassed over 300 league appearances for the Bees during an 11-year spell at the club, during which he helped them to the Third Division title in 1991/92. He then won back-to-back promotions with Watford in the late 90s as they reached the Premier League, before spending four seasons at Bristol City.
After ending his playing career at Ashton Gate in 2003, Millen remained at the club in a coaching facility, but had two spells as the club's caretaker manager in September 2005 and during the final months of the 2009/10 season. After Steve Coppell's brief stay at the club, Millen was handed the reins on a permanent basis in September 2010.
He remained in charge until October 2011 and following his departure undertook some scouting for Blackpool before becoming assistant manager under Holloway the following summer.
Following Holloway's departure from Palace in October 2013, Millen spent a successful period in charge as caretaker manager and was retained as Tony Pulis' assistant after his appointment.
First Team Coach: Ben Garner
Coach: Gerry Francis
Goalkeeping Coach: George Wood
Club Doctor: Bill Jasper
Physiotherapist: Alex Manos
Assistant Physiotherapist/Under-21 Physiotherapist: John Stannard
Assistant First Team Physiotherapist: Matthew Roberts
Head of Sports Science & Strength and Conditioning: Scott Guyett
Strength & Conditioning Coach: Andy Page
Rehabilitation Coach: Joe Best
Masseurs: Ian Evans & Chris Swallows
Video Analyst: Liam Sweeting
Kit Manager: Danny Young