For the 2018/19 season, the Palace Programme has a fresh new look and size, as well as a host of new features that celebrate the best of the club past and present.
As well as the most in-depth interviews with the Eagles squad you’ll find anywhere, there are a host of new articles that’ll keep you interested right throughout the season, such as the ‘Glory Days’ series which looks back at the promotion campaigns of 1968/69, 1978/79 and 1988/89, and the Palace squad telling us the stories behind their favourite jerseys in ‘Getting’ Shirty’.
There are many ways of getting your hands on a copy of each edition throughout the season:
At the ground
Firstly, on home matchdays issues will be sold around Selhurst Park, in the club shop and the programme kiosk on Holmesdale Road for £3.50, allowing you to easily pick up the perfect accompaniment to your matchday.
If you can’t make it to the ground, then there are also plenty of ways for you to build up the big game by flicking through the programme. Digital copies can be snapped up from our new providers Issuu, with a seasonal subscription available for £24.99 while individual copies cost £1.49. These can be read on any digital device, such as iPads and tablets as well as desktop computers and laptops.
Please note, the CPFC Matchday Digital programme app will no longer publish programmes.
This season, back issues of the programme can be bought via the Crystal Palace online shop, at £3.50 and £1 postage.
You can also get each physical programme drop through your letterbox via ProgrammeMaster, with a subscription costing £120 while individual copies can also be purchased.
Digital programmes are also a benefit if you purchase a Gold, International or Junior Gold Membership for the 2018/19 season. Before each home matchday, you will be emailed a link to read your programme online, meaning you get to enjoy all the content ahead of kick-off wherever you are in the world.
Whichever way works best for you, make sure you grab each edition of this season’s new and improved Palace Programme!