Due to a UEFA blackout on broadcasting 3pm Saturday kick-offs in the UK, the only way to watch Crystal Palace play Bundesliga club Hertha Berlin in a pre-season friendly live this Saturday (August 3) is to purchase a ticket at Selhurst Park.
The club are unable to broadcast this game for contractual reasons, though under-12s can attend in person for free and so the afternoon is the perfect way to bring the family to SE25 and enjoy Palace's final pre-season game together.
The match will kick-off at 3pm and tickets are now on general sale - without the need for a Membership. You can buy yours here! In the thick of the summer holiday before the Premier League starts, it's the perfect occasion to treat the family to a day out at Selhurst and we will be hosting family-fun events throughout the pre-match build-up in our Fanzone.
It'll be the first time that Palace and Hertha Berlin have faced off. Die Alte Dame are one of the Bundesliga's oldest clubs with a history dating back 125 years and with 35,000 members, Hertha is currently Berlin's biggest club.
Having played in the Champions League previously and, more recently, the Europa League as well, the German outfit bring a high quality pedigree in their visit to south London.
The three-time 2.Bundesliga winners finished in 11th place in the Bundesliga last season under the stewardship of coach Pal Dardai. At the start of this month, Berlin appointed Under-23s manager Ante Čović as first-team head coach.
Details of tickets for this clash can be found in full below.