Having recently completed a double century of Palace games and become the club's record top-flight appearance holder for an outfield player, it seems fitting that Joel Ward takes centre-stage in the matchday programme for the visit of his former club Bournemouth on Saturday.
The right-back has been making, breaking and extending records for a while now, and he speaks to the programme about how he feels about these landmarks, the secret to his longevity and his impressive recent displays that sees Roy Hodgson's side head into the game against the Cherries on the back of two clean sheets.
There is also an in-depth look at the plans to redevelop Selhurst Park that were launched this week, with a list of all the improvements, imagery and the thoughts of chairman Steve Parish, who uses his column to talk more about the ambitious project.
Roy Hodgson and Jason Puncheon have their say on Palace's recent run of matches as they aim for a fifth-consecutive game unbeaten on the weekend, while Sullay Kaikai talks us through the most memorable goals from his career.
There is a look at Michele Padovano's time in SE25 in "1997/98 Revisited", while former manager Bert Head is profiled in the "A-Z of Palace", and there is everything you need to know about Eddie Howe's team past and present in our in-depth visitors section.
As well as all of this, there is the usual mix of news, views and stats from all areas of the club, making the Palace Programme the perfect accompaniment to your matchday.
Copies can be bought from the sellers around the ground, or if you can't make it to Selhurst Park then find out how you can still get your copy from the comfort of your own home.