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Be Part Of The Palace Programme

31 July 2013


The Crystal Palace programme is currently being given a facelift ahead of the new Premier League season – and now you can be a part the matchday publication. 

We’ll be asking for fans’ views on everything related to the goings on at Selhurst Park, from your reaction to first team, development and academy matches, to thoughts on upcoming opponents and player interviews. 

You can send your views to the club by leaving a comment on our Facebook page, or by tweeting us using the Twitter tag @Official_CPFC, and we’ll feature the best ones throughout the season. 

We’ll also be scouring Instagram for your best matchday photos, so tag Official_CPFC in your snaps and you could see your picture in the programme.

Next season’s programme will also introduce a new feature called Treasure Trove, where we will feature a host of interesting memorabilia owned by Eagles fans. 

Whether it’s an old programme from the 1960s, official yearbooks, pin badges, rare retro shirts or pennants, simply send in a picture of your long lost merchandise, along with a few words about its significance and how you came to acquire the item, to luke.tugby@cpfc.co.uk, for your chance to see it given pride of place in the Palace programme.     

Meanwhile, fans can test their footballing brain again Palace players, staff and sports journalists, by taking part in the new Fantasy Football feature. 

Supporters can enter their own league on fantasy.premierleague.com and track their progress against football experts throughout the 2013/14 Barclays Premier League season.

Simply pick your 15-man squad from a £100m budget, and use the league code 131100-37689 to face off against hundreds of other Eagles followers. The top performers in the league will even get a name-check in the programme. 

Our regular matchday messageboard will also be extended to two pages for every edition, allowing supporters the opportunity to send in their personal wishes for friends and family ahead of Premier League matches at Selhurst Park. 

The club must stress that due to the expected high demand for this service, not all messages received are guaranteed to be featured in the programme. 

To maximise your chances of getting a mention, send in your note of around 30 words in length, along with a high resolution picture if required, to communications@cpfc.co.uk by 5pm on Monday for weekend matches, or the same time on Wednesday for Tuesday night fixtures.


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