Now’s your chance to get your hands on all three in our mid-season sale, with adult shirts slashed to just £30 - or you can get two for £50! Plus, young Eagles can be treated to a full home, away or third kit with shorts and socks for just £40 to look like their Palace icons for less.
Whether you want to recreate Palace’s best goals, or just rep the club’s colours in the house and on the streets, we’ve got you covered.
|All Home, Away and Third Adult shirts||£50||£30|
|All Home, Away and Third Junior kit bundles||£71||£40|
We’ve picked out our favourite moments in each below:
AWAY SHIRT – Now just £30 for adults and £40 for full junior kits
They say that each win is as important as the next, but as victories go this one was particularly satisfying. A game at Old Trafford was some way to christen this year’s away shirt, but boy did Palace put on a performance.
After Andros Townsend’s opener, two goals from Wilfried Zaha saw the Eagles record their second successive win away at Manchester United to get the season off to a flyer.
This year’s away shirt is ON SALE now – to purchase at the new, discounted price, click here.
HOME SHIRT – Now just £30 for adults and £40 for full junior kits
There have been plenty of performances this season that have done the famous red and blue proud, from the club’s record away win against West Bromwich Albion to sticking four past Leeds in south London.
But one moment stands out above the rest. When Eberechi Eze picked up the ball in his own half against Sheffield United, it didn’t seem like much was on. Then he started running, taking on one defender and then the next.
He gobbled up the yards in a blur of red and blue, nonchalantly stroking the ball home and in the process scoring one of the goals of the season. As goals in any Palace kit go, this one wasn’t half bad.
This year’s home shirt is ON SALE now – to purchase at the new, discounted price, click here.
THIRD SHIRT – Now just £30 for adults and £40 for full junior kits
In their sleek black third kit, Palace made it five games unbeaten against Arsenal with a hard-fought point at the Emirates Stadium – but it was very nearly so much more.
Unperturbed by the Gunners’ resurgence in form, the Eagles created the best chances of the game, James Tomkins’ header cannoning off the crossbar and Christian Benteke forcing Bernd Leno into a wonder save.
This year’s third shirt is ON SALE now – to purchase at the new, discounted price, click here.