As always, the matchday programme remains a staple part of any fan's pre-match ritual, no matter whether they’re attending the game or not – it allows Palace’s wider fan base to stay connected with the 90 minutes in SE25.
This season there are several ways for fans to get their hands on a copy of the programme:
With a Gold, Junior Gold or International Membership members receive a digital matchday programme direct to their email inbox 24 hours before kick-off for free. If you were to purchase the digital programme outside of those memberships mean it would cost £1.99-per-issue.
If you want a head start on the content, insight and entertainment that the Palace programme always brings then a digital matchday subscription can be purchased for £30.
You will receive a link to view the Palace programme in pdf form 24 hours before each of the 19 home league matches on your phone, computer or tablet.
Also included in your subscription is the highly desirable Julian Speroni farewell from the final home game against Bournemouth last season.
This subscription offer is only available if purchased before kick-off of the Premier League opener against Everton on 10 August (15:00 BST), after which the digital matchday programmes will only be available on a match-by-match basis, priced at £1.99 per issue.
To sign up for your subscription, that will be delivered straight to your email inbox 24 prior to kick-off, click here.
The ever-popular '19/20 Programme Voucher Book' gives fans, as a minimum, a voucher for all of our Premier League home games as well as any extra matches played at Selhurst Park in the cup competitions.
At just £55, not only are you making a saving, but it saves you scrambling around for any change and gives you the greatest chance of securing a hard copy of each programme.
Of course, there will always be the chance to grab a programme via one of the many seller stands around Selhurst Park on the day of a match. Although that doesn’t guarantee a copy with the programme for the final home game of the 2018/19 against Bournemouth selling out due to the limited-edition alternate covers of Julian Speroni and Wilfried Zaha.