The 43-year-old announced his decision to retire on social media and on his website tonight, saying: "I thank football for teaching me everything and making me a better person."
Kiraly joined Palace in 2004, playing with throughout the Premier League campaign of 2004-05 and swiftly became something of a cult hero amongst the Selhurst Park faithful. He has also enjoyed stints with Hertha Berlin and 1860 Munich and most recently played for Hungarian club Szombathelyi Haladás.
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All in all, the shot-stopper made 111 appearances for Crystal Palace, kept 33 clean sheets and also racked up a remarkable 108 caps for Hungary, his country of birth with whom he played for at Euro 2016 aged 40.