With the club celebrating its 110 year anniversary this week, the Palace Programme has a special cover to mark the occasion on a big afternoon for the current squad.
Inside the 88 page publication we take a look at back the club's first ever league game, detailing the 4-3 defeat to Southampton Reserves in September 1905 and profiling the three goalscorers on that historic day for the club.
Back in the 21st century, we speak to Patrick Bamford about how he has settled into life in SE25 and get the low-down on his various interests off the field, including languages, instruments and sports, and get the full story about the rumour that he turned down a place at Harvard University!
The striker is also the subject of the Junior Eagles A2 postermag, which is crammed with fun games, stories and quizzes, and back inside the main publication James McArthur undertakes the "In The Bag" challenge, Marouane Chamakh looks back at a famous night for Bordeaux that saw him net his first Champions League goal and development midfielder Andreas Breimyr reveals how he got spotted by the Eagles last year.
As well as all this, the usual columns from Alan Pardew, Mile Jedinak and Steve Parish are included as they reflect on a busy fortnight for the club, as well as an in-depth visitors section and all the news and views from around Selhurst Park.
Priced at just £3.50, it is great value for money and is sure to keep you entertained throughout matchday and the rest of the weekend.
Gold and International members will get the digital version of the programme sent to them via email from Saturday, but if you aren't a member you can download your version via the Matchday Digital app for just £1.49.