The club is delighted to reveal two new murals that adorn the walls of the Red & Blue Bar, which celebrates iconic Palace moments in the last 21 years since The Holmesdale Road Stand was built. The murals were commissioned by official club partner, New Amsterdam Vodka, and painted by graffiti artist David Nash.
In January, the club and New Amsterdam Vodka called on fans to share their favourite moments at Selhurst Park since August 1995, and the five most popular entries are now shown across two designs – one at either end of the bar.
Iconic moments marked in the mural:-
• Andrew Johnson’s hat-trick v Brighton 26th October 2002
• Danny Butterfield’s hat-trick v Wolves 2nd Feb 2010
• Dwight Gayle v Liverpool, his equaliser in the 3-3 draw on 5th May 2014
• Julian Speroni’s Testimonial on 26th May 2015.
• Jason Puncheon’s goal v Norwich City on 9th April 2016
Watch David Nash at work as he paints the artwork which took four days.
Take a look at the reaction of Jason Puncheon and Julian Speroni when they saw the mural.
The Red & Blue Bar is open from 1.30pm this Saturday for all ticket holders in the Holmesdale Road Stand. Those arriving early will be treated to a complimentary drink from partners New Amsterdam Vodka.
We would like to thank fans who participated in the campaign on the club’s Facebook page.
Some lucky fans who submitted entries stand the chance of winning some great prizes and they will be contacted in due course.