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CLUB HONOURS

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Top-flight (currently Premier League)
Best finish: Third - 1990/91

Second-tier (currently Championship)
Champions: 1978/79, 1993/94
Runners-up: 1968/69
Play-off winners: 1988/89, 1996/97, 2003/04, 2012/13

Third-tier (currently League One)
Champions: 1920/21
Runners-up: 1928/29, 1930/31, 1938/39, 1963/64 (promoted)

Fourth-tier (currently League Two)
Runners-up: 1960/61 (promoted)

FA Cup
Runners-up: 1990, 2016
Semi-finalists: 1976, 1995

League Cup
Semi-finalists: 1993, 1995, 2001, 2012

Zenith Data Systems Cup
Winners: 1991

Southern League Division One
Runners-up: 1913/14

Southern League Division Two
Champions: 1905/06

Football League South 'D' Division
Champions: 1939/40

Football League South Regional League
Champions: 1940/41

Football League Division Three South
Champions: 1945/46

FA Youth Cup
Winners: 1977, 1978
Runners-up: 1992, 1997

Club News

Club News

Tony Collins: The Palace history maker dubbed 'a pioneer' by Roy Hodgson

6 Hours ago

At 94-years-old, Tony Collins couldn’t be blamed for sitting back and enjoying retirement. With a 56-year footballing career behind him, he has more than served his sport as a pioneering player, scout...

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Match Reports

U23s report: Benteke and Banks secure U23 victory with sensational strikes

20 Hours ago

If Crystal Palace's clash with Wolverhampton Wanderers on Friday evening resembles the Under-23s' today at all, supporters can expect a fine night of football and hatful of sensational goals in a...

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Club News

The best ways to fill half-term for junior Eagles!

23 Hours ago

Half-term has begun for many youngsters in England and finding ways to fill the time can be tough in normal circumstances, yet alone now.

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First Team

Watch deft passes, smart finishes, rough challenges and more in Fulham v Palace highlights

23 Hours ago

Crystal Palace's victory over Fulham was a confident reminder of the team's quality, with the Eagles taking three points back to SE25 fairly comfortably.

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