Today's game against Liverpool will bring back plenty of happy memories for Palace fans who have enjoyed some fantastic victories against the Reds in recent years, many of which are covered in this edition of the matchday programme.
One man who has appeared in all of the Eagles' memorable clashes with the Merseysiders is Joe Ledley, and with the Welshamn continuing his fine form from Euro 2016 into the new season, he is the perfect man to reflect on some classic matches, having netted in the last two seasons against the Reds:
“For some reason I just manage to score against Liverpool. It’s just one of those teams where you try things and they come off; you need a bit of luck in football and that’s what’s happened to me against them.
"If I’m in the starting XI then I’ll definitely be trying to notch again.”
As well as Ledley's memories, we also go back to 2014 to reminisce about the amazing comeback to clinch a 3-3 draw in "Flashbacks", with Dwight Gayle providing his recollections of a night that saw him immortalised in the club's folklore.
We also hear from Zeki Fryers who reveals how things have been for him over the past year as he has gone from reserve team football to starring in the Premier League once again, and James McArthur tackles your Twitter questions.
Scott Dann provides an update on his injury recovery in his regular column, and Alan Pardew and Steve Parish also reflect on the past fortnight.
Plus there is all the usual mix of features, news and interviews, including the Junior Eagles postermag which this week features a giant A2 poster of Yohan Cabaye celebrating last weekend at Leicester City.
Don't forget as well that each time you buy the programme, you are automatically entered into a draw to win signed club merchandise - just check the Lucky Number on the back of your copy and listen out for the winning number at half-time!
The Palace Programme costs just £3.50 and can be bought from sellers around the ground, the club shop or the programme room on Holmesdale Road.
If you can't make it to the game, then you can still get stuck into all this by downloading the digital version to your iPad or Android device for just £1.49.