Crystal Palace have submitted their full, 25-man squad for the 2020/21 Premier League season.
The club can list a maximum of 25 players over the age of 21 and can use as many under-21s as desired. Tyrick Mitchell (21) and Nathan Ferguson (20), for example, do not need to be named.
Making the squad, newly signed goalkeeper Jack Butland takes the No.1 shirt - the first shot stopper to do so since Julian Speroni.
What are the rules on homegrown players?
In their 25-man squad, Premier League clubs must not include more than 17 non-'homegrown' players.
What does 'homegrown' mean for Palace?
Homegrown players must have spent at least three seasons training at a professional English or Welsh club before the age of 21. Clubs can use any number of under-21s in their squad, regardless of nationality, without affecting their 25-man total.
Palace have 10 non-homegrown players in their 25-man squad.
View the full list below.
In 25-man squad
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