Schlupp and Tomkins reveal plans for Christmas10 December 2019
Christmas is a hectic time for a footballer. With four matches in 12 days, Palace players could be forgiven for overlooking the festive period and treating it like any other.
Phillips: No one was taking Palace's play-off penalty but me6 December 2019
It was one of the landmark moments in this club's history and, as so often happens in football, it occurred in the microseconds it takes for the flash of a boot to strike just one pivotal goal.
Alan Smith: Southgate relates England success with Palace days25 November 2019
In November 1993, Gareth Southgate first pulled on the captain’s armband for Crystal Palace. The band hugged an ill-fitting, classically ‘90s shirtsleeve which billowed over at the top and bottom....
Hodgson: 299 Premier League games later8 November 2019
In 1982, Roy Hodgson was 34-years-old, held two Swedish league titles with once relegation-favourites Halmstad and found himself in the third tier of English football, coaching on rugby-esque pitches...
Mark Bright vividly describes ‘89 promotion in autobiography7 November 2019
In his newly released autobiography, My Story, Mark Bright recalls Crystal Palace’s iconic promotion push in 1989, culminating in a 4-3 two-leg play-off final triumph over Blackburn Rovers.
Mark Bright recounts race and foster struggle in becoming professional7 November 2019
Ahead of the launch of his new autobiography, My Story, Mark Bright spoke at length in an exclusive interview with Palace TV, discussing the struggles of his early life and how football was both...
Steve Kember reflects on career in programme exclusive6 November 2019
In the official programme last season, Terry Byfield spoke with Steve Kember about the Palace legend's life and career and, before the Eagles face Chelsea this weekend at Stamford Bridge, you can read...
Claridge: The Palace pundit with a 34-year career30 October 2019
Pre-Premier League era Crystal Palace fans with a certain dedication will all have fond - and not so fond - memories of watching Steve Claridge dissect the Eagles’ exploits late into the night on The...
The incredible story of Palace’s first sent-off manager26 October 2019
While great players embed themselves into football clubs’ history like stitches in the fabric of a timeline, not every one is properly remembered.
Palace fans united in mental health awareness22 October 2019
"I don't want anyone to feel like I ever did," says Paul Price.
Palace's record against the champions of England18 October 2019
Crystal Palace will face the champions of English football for the 41st time when Manchester City head to Selhurst Park this Saturday, with the Eagles seeking to build on their recent record against...
Jansen tells hilarious Hreiðarsson story in new autobiography17 October 2019
In his newly released autobiography, 'What Was, What Is and What Might Have Been', Matt Jansen recalls the time that he joined fellow Palace teammate Hermann Hreiðarsson for a trip to Iceland one...
WATCH: Doc Brown on his four-year quest for a Morrison shirt11 October 2019
Actor, comedian and rapper Doc Brown is locked in a struggle with former Crystal Palace striker, Clinton Morrison.
Players reveal the secret to success in 2003-043 October 2019
“Crystal Palace enter the land of consolation but they barely deserve that today,” one commentator noted as he watched Steve Kember’s Eagles fall 5-0 at the hands of Wigan Athletic.
How do EA create players for FIFA 20?24 September 2019
In May this year, Crystal Palace were paid a visit by Electronic Arts as they built the Crystal Palace squad for FIFA 20, which is released this week. Here’s how it went.
Palace’s history of goalkeeper-turned-managers21 September 2019
Wolverhampton Wanderers manager Nuno Espirito Santo stands out from his peers in the Premier League as a former goalkeeper. Despite their leading, vocal presence on the pitch, very few shot-stoppers...
John Burridge: 'I haven't retired yet'20 September 2019
John Burridge represented the majority of English football clubs in his near-30 years in the game. Two of them, of course, were Crystal Palace and this week’s opposition, Wolverhampton Wanderers....
WATCH: Schlupp discusses family, food and plans after football16 September 2019
In an exclusive interview for Palace TV, DJ Jay Knox joined Jeffrey Schlupp for lunch and the pair covered everything you could want to know about the Ghanaian international. Here's what they had to...
Programme exclusive: Hodgson reflects on remarkable career12 September 2019
Last season, the official Palace programme spoke with Roy Hodgson to mark him becoming the oldest manager in Premier League history. Here, two years to the day since he joined Crystal Palace, we’ve...
Access All Over: Issott reflects on 15 years at Academy helm6 September 2019
“There are no shortcuts. You’ve just got to give every element absolutely everything to get the best of your ability to give yourself the best chance. You have to give it everything, because it is the...
Cahill talks Milivojevic and Hodgson5 September 2019
Gary Cahill may only just be beginning his time at Palace but the impact of his professionalism is already clear. Here, he speaks with Crystal Palace's Programme Editor about fellow defenders, his...
Derry: Being back ‘means the world’4 September 2019
He was there in 2004, seeing the Eagles soar into the Premier League on a scorching May afternoon against West Ham United. He was there, too, in 2010, helping Palace clinch their Championship...
Programme exclusive: McArthur on gritty Glasgow upbringing1 September 2019
Glasgow, 1987. It’s mid-autumn in the city’s East End, one of the most violent areas of Scotland, and James McArthur has just been born.
Remembering Sasa Curcic’s remarkable NATO protest30 August 2019
Sasa Curcic’s time with Aston Villa and Crystal Palace couldn’t have been more contrasted. An unsuccessful, goalless spell with the Villans preceded adulation and cult hero status with the Eagles.
Mark Butcher reveals which Palace star inspired his fandom23 August 2019
Mark Butcher, fondly known as 'Butch', hung up his gloves a decade ago at his home ground The Oval, bringing a spirited cricket career to a close. On the eve of England's opening game of the ICC...
Long read: When Puskas came to Selhurst Park21 August 2019
It’s 18th April, 1962, and rain hammers down under Selhurst Park’s newly installed floodlights. Illuminated by the fresh, electric glare buzzing over a heavy, near-saturated and typically muddy 1960s...
Everything you need to know on the Premier League’s new boys17 August 2019
The Premier League has three new faces among its ranks and we’ve taken a look at each of the latest clubs to earn promotion to the top flight.
One man’s innovative crusade to tackle London’s knife crime14 August 2019
Faron Paul flexes the tendons in his neck: “Watch this,” he says. On the right side, his throat stretches in the visceral, unnerving but perfectly natural way you’ve probably tried in the mirror.
Nigel Martyn reveals: Palace, Everton and the Full Members' Cup9 August 2019
Few footballers can be regarded as a true legend for more than one club. Typically, it’s one, the other, or none.
Neil Swarbrick answers your questions on VAR9 August 2019
With VAR having hit the Premier League on its opening weekend of the 2019/20 season, we asked former referee and VAR Lead Neil Swarbrick all of your questions on football’s hottest talking point.
Roy Hodgson dissects Palace's tactical Manchester City triumph6 August 2019
Roy Hodgson oversaw one of the Premier League's most astonishing victories of last season as he guided Crystal Palace to an iconic triumph over Manchester City at their typically unbreachable home...
Man on the inside: Meyer previews Hertha Berlin Selhurst clash1 August 2019
Hertha Berlin will close out our pre-season schedule at Selhurst Park this afternoon in what promises to be a great day for fans and players.
Gabor Kiraly recalls Palace, the fans, and those grey joggers1 August 2019
Goalkeeping cult hero Gábor Király made 108 appearances for Palace, keeping 33 clean sheets, and is fondly remembered by football fans for his trusty, trademark pair of grey jogging bottoms.
Catching up with former Eagle Kwesi Appiah ahead of AFC Wimbledon clash30 July 2019
Ahead of today's friendly away at AFC Wimbledon, the club caught up with former Eagle and now-current Dons player, Kwesi Appiah.
Ghosts of Matches Past: Remembering Palace’s ‘ghost goals’27 July 2019
Almost 10 years ago to the day, Crystal Palace watched on as one of the most remarkable refereeing decisions in their history went against them. Before the Eagles travel to Ashton Gate to face Bristol...
Jordan Ayew reflects on life growing up with a footballing icon25 July 2019
Last season, upon joining the Eagles on loan, Jordan Ayew sat down with the Palace Programme Editor and spoke about his dad, his time in France and about not actually wanting to come to English...
Meet the mascot who taught John Salako and starred for Coca Cola22 July 2019
At first glance, primary school teachers and football mascots couldn’t seem more contrasting characters.
Derry Girls' Dylan Llewellyn: 'Palace is in the blood'18 July 2019
Everything about Dylan Llewellyn's role in the Channel 4 hit series Derry Girls is a little out of place.
Townsend: I scored 9 goals; I want 10 and then 1116 July 2019
When the ball stops at Andros Townsend’s boots, onlooking crowds quite rightly sit up in anticipation.