Tickets for Wednesday’s home Premier League match against Manchester United, kick-off 8pm, are now sold out.
Supporters without a ticket are advised not to travel to the match.
Due to industrial action by RMT & ASLEF members, there will be extensive delays or closures to most overground train services to the stadium.
Please check Travel For London’s website HERE
for up to date travel information and alternate routes.
Please also be aware that Crystal Palace Football Club, in conjunction with the Premier League, have now identified over 1700 accounts used by ticket touts.
These accounts have been blocked with immediate effect.
The tickets booked through these accounts have been cancelled, and were made available for our supporters to book.
Supporters with tickets sourced from unauthorised vendors are advised not to travel to the match, as anyone in possession of touted tickets will be refused entry to the stadium, and will have their tickets confiscated without a refund.
Ticket touting is an illegal offense in the UK, and prevents our supporters from being able to attend matches.
These are often sold at highly inflated prices, and in the worst cases, the tickets either do not exist, or have been sold to more than one person.
Any supporters who suspect their tickets have been booked through an unofficial source, can contact the Box Office by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
, including where they booked their tickets from and the full seat details of the tickets purchased.
A list of our official ticketing partners can be found below:
Albemarle of London
Travel Connection Leisure
Our full ticketing terms and conditions can be found HERE
Helpful information on safe ticket buying, can be found HERE
to purchase tickets for our upcoming matches.