All 2019 matches schedule
Crystal Palace Football Club or Palace FC is the professional football club who competes in the top-tier of Premier League. The club also participates in the FA Cup and the EFL Cup. They are based in Selhurst Park, London which has a seating capacity of 26,074 spectators. CPFC is the shorter name from which they are famous. Crystal Palace FC has two nicknames in common “The Glaziers” and “The Eagles”. Their emblem has an eagle on top of the palace with football in it. Steve Parish, Joshua Harris, and David S. Blitzer are the owners of the club and all are from different sports. The Chairman of the club is Steve Parish and the manager/coach of the club is Roy Hodgson, the former English footballer.
The club was founded 114 years back in September 1905 at the famous Crystal Palace Exhibition building. CPFC played their home games in the FA Cup Final Stadium which is inside the historic Palace grounds. In 1915 when the first world war outbreak the club was forced to leave the Palace. Then the club moves on to Herne Hill Velodrome till 1924, since then their home ground is Selhurst Park. Team Palace has a few successful years in the top flight in past history. In the late 1980s and early 1990s, they had enjoyed successful time and challenged for League title in 1990-1991 season. They finished 3rd place in the League at that time, which is the highest position for Palace in League. The club is also the Founding member of the Premier League.
Palace FC traditional kit colours were claret and blue since its formation but it was revived in 1973. They changed the colours to Red and Blue vertical stripes, which is also worn today. The club has the oldest rivalry with Brighton & Hove Albion Football Club. This season in 2019 is the 6th consecutive season of Crystal Palace in the Premier League (longest ever spell). Overall this will be the 114th season in their history, they are also participating in FA Cup and EFL Cup.
These are the winnings and honours of the Crystal Palace Football Club:
2 times FA Cup Finalists in 1990 and 2016
1-time Full Members Cup winners in 1990-1991
2-second tier champions titles 1978-79, 1993-94 (Runners-up 1968-69)
4 play-offs finals
Champions of EFL League One in 1920-21
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Following are the schedule of all Crystal Palace FC 2019 matches:
|Sun 30 Dec||VS Chelsea||Premier League||Selhurst Park, London|
|Wed 2 Jan 2019||VS Wolves||Premier League||Molineux Stadium, Wolverhampton|
|Sat 5 Jan||VS Grimsby Town||The FA Cup||Selhurst Park, London|
|Sat 12 Jan||VS Watford||Premier League||Selhurst Park|
|Sat 19 Jan||VS Liverpool||Premier League||Anfield, Liverpool|
|Wed 30 Jan||VS Southampton||Premier League||St. Marys Stadium, Southampton|
|Sat 2 Feb||VS Fulham||Premier League||Selhurst Park, London|
|Sat 9 Feb||VS West Ham||Premier League||Selhurst Park|
|Sat 23 Feb||VS Leicester||Premier League||King Power Stadium, Leicester|
|Wed 27 Feb||VS Man Utd||Premier League||Selhurst Park|
|Sat 2 Mar||VS Burnley||Premier League||Turf Moor, Burnley|
|Sat 9 Mar||VS Brighton||Premier League||Selhurst Park|
|Sat 16 Mar||VS Spurs||Premier League||Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, London|
|Sat 30 Mar||VS Huddersfield||Premier League||Selhurst Park|
|Sat 6 Apr||VS Newcastle||Premier League||St. James Park, Newcastle|
|Sat 13 Apr||VS Man City||Premier League||Selhurst Park|
|Sat 20 Apr||VS Arsenal||Premier League||Emirates Stadium, London|
|Sat 27 Apr||VS Everton||Premier League||Selhurst Park|
|Sat 4 May||VS Cardiff||Premier League||Cardiff City Stadium|
|Sun 12 May||VS Bournemouth||Premier League||Selhurst Park, London|