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2015/16 Fixtures Announced

17 June 2015

Crystal Palace's fixtures for the 2015/16 season have been announced, with the Eagles travelling to newly-promoted Norwich City on the opening day of the season.

The Eagles will get their campaign underway at Carrow Road against the Canaries who returned to the Premier League after winning the Championship play-off final with ex-Palace man Cameron Jerome grabbing one of the goals.

Alan Pardew's men will take on Arsenal in their first home game of the season a week later before Aston Villa come to town the weekend after. Then follows three of last season's top five in Chelsea, Manchester City and Tottenham Hotspur before another trip to a new Premier League side to Watford at the end of September.

The festive period sees Palace take on Stoke City at the Britannia Stadium on the 19th December before they travel to Bournemouth for the traditional Boxing Day fixture, which is followed two days later by a home game against Swansea City. With no game scheduled for New Year's Day the champions come to Selhurst Park for the first game of 2016 on the 2nd January.

Palace's run in sees them host Everton on the 23rd April before heading to the north east to face Newcastle United a week later. The final home game of the season is against Stoke on the 7th May, before the campaign is rounded off against Southampton at St Mary's on the 15th May.

Please note that these fixtures are still subject to live television selections and could still change.

Crystal Palace fixtures 2015/16

Sat 8th Norwich City A
Sat 15th Arsenal H
Sat 22nd Aston Villa H
Sat 29th Chelsea A

Sat 12th Manchester City H
Sat 19th Tottenham Hotspur A
Sat 26th Watford A

Sat 3rd West Bromwich Albion H
Sat 17th West Ham United H
Sat 24th Leicester City A
Sat 31st Manchester United H

Sat 7th Liverpool A 
Sat 21st Sunderland H
Sat 28th Newcastle United H

Sat 5th Everton A 
Sat 12th Southampton H
Sat 19th Stoke City A
Sat 26th Bournemouth A
Mon 28th Swansea City H

Sat 2nd Chelsea H
Tue 12th Aston Villa A
Sat 16th Manchester City A
Sat 23rd Tottenham Hotspur H

Tue 2nd Bournemouth H
Sat 6th Swansea City A
Sat 13th Watford H
Sat 27th West Bromwich Albion A

Tue 1st Sunderland A
Sat 5th Liverpool H
Sat 12th Manchester United A
Sat 19th Leicester City H

Sat 2nd West Ham United A
Sat 9th Norwich City H
Sat 16th Arsenal A
Sat 23rd Everton H 
Sat 30th Newcastle United A

Sat 7th Stoke City H
Sun 15th Southampton A

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