At the end of last season we asked our loyal fanbase what they wanted to see in the matchday programme for the 2019/20 season.
The Premier League opener for the Eagles against Everton marks the first chance for Palace fans to get hold of the new look programme in all its glory - the Hertha Berlin programme, which can still be bought here for 99p, gave a glimpse into what supporters can expect, with a fascinating interview with cult hero, Gábor Király.
We've done away with old match reports and given a column to the U18s and U23s managers; this week sees Richard Shaw talk about Aaron Wan-Bissaka and promising youngsters that have been making a name for themselves in pre-season with the first team.
Furthermore, Women's manager, Dean Davenport, previews the first game of the season against Coventry United and offers in-depth insight into a summer of exciting change.
Nikola Tavares kicks off our new 'Cuppa in the Canteen' section, with James McArthur pulling himself away from Friends Reunited long enough to be this week's main interview where our midfielder talks all things Scotland and his gritty upbringing.
There's loads more new features from our regular contributors of the Guardian's Dominic Fifield, club historian Ian King and the man you all know as @Clapham_Grand on Twitter, Chris Waters.
There will be card readers around the ground today to make it easier for you to grab a hard copy of the programme which has remained at last season's price of £3.50.
However, if you cannot wait until you get to the home of the Eagles, then the digital programme is available to buy below for £1.99. Alternatively, if you'd like to get access to all digital programmes for our home Premier League games this season, there's still time to buy a subscription for £30 HERE - this will not be available to buy after the Everton game kicks off.