Eee eye eee eye eee eye oh, Up the Football League we go, When we win promotion, This is what we'll sing, We are Palace, We are Palace, Top of the Football League
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Club Record Record Victories Record Defeats League & Cup Record Mangers Roll of Honour

Year Formed 1905
Turned Professional 1905
Club Nickname The Eagles,
The Glaziers
Ground Capacity 26,255
Record Attendance 51,482 v Burnley, Div. 2, 11 May 1979
Record Receipts League 327,124 GBP v Manchester United, Premier Div, 21 April 1993
Cup 336,583 GBP v Chelsea, League Cup, 6 Jan 1993
Pitch Measurements 110 Yards by 74 Yards
101.54 M by 63.31 M

League 9-0v Barrow, Division 4 10 October 1959
F.A. Cup 7-0v Clapham, First Round Qualifying 7 October 1905
7-0v Luton Town, 3rd Round 16 January 1929
League Cup 8-0v Southend United, 2nd Round 25 September 1990

League 0-9v Liverpool, Division 1 12 September 1989
F.A. Cup 0-9v Burnley, 2nd Round (Replay) 10 February 1909
League Cup 0-5v Nottingham Forest, 3rd Round (Replay)1 November 1989
0-5v Liverpool, Semi-Final Leg 224 January 2001

Most points in a season (3 Points for a win) 90, Division 1, 1993/94
(2 Points for a win) 63, Division 4, 1960/61
Fewest points in a season (3 Points for a win) 32, Premier League, 1997-98
(2 Points for a win) 19, Division 1, 1980-81
Most League Goals 110, Div. 4 1960/61
League Appearances Jim Cannon 571 1973-88
League Goals In Total Peter Simpson 166 1929-36
League Goals In A Season Peter Simpson 46 1930-1 Division 3 South
Most goals in a competitive match 6, Peter Simpson, v Exeter City
at Selhurst Park (Division Three South, 4 October 1930)
Most goals in an FA Cup match 4, Peter Simpson, v Newark Town
at Selhurst Park (13 December 1930)
Most goals in a League Cup match 3
Mark Bright, v Southend United at Selhurst Park (25 September 1990)
Ian Wright, v Southend United at Selhurst Park (25 September 1990)
Dwight Gayle, v Walsall at Bescot Stadium (26 August 2014)
Dwight Gayle, v Charlton Athletic at Selhurst Park (23 Septenber 2015)
Yougest 1st Team Player John Bostock (15 Years 287 Days) v Watford
at Selhurst Park (Championship, 29 Oct 2007)
Oldest 1st Team player Jack Little, (41 years, 68 days), v Gillingham
At Priestfield Stadium (Division Three South, 3 April 1926)
Oldest player to score a goal Kevin Phillips, (39 years 306 day), v Watford
at Wembley Stadium (27 May 2013)
1st. hat-trick in League George Whitworth v Wolverhampton Wanderers
at The Nest (Second Division, 14 April 1923)
Most hat-tricks in All Competitions 19, Peter Simpson (1929-35)
17 League - 2 FA Cup
1st. hat-trick in Top Tier Clive Allen v Middlesbrough
at Selhurst Park (23 August 1980)
1st. hat-trick in Premier League Yannick Bolasie 11 minutes v Sunderland
at Stadium of Light (11 April 2015)
Quickest hat-trick (League) Kevin Phillips, 8 minutes, 37 seconds v Hull City,
at Selhurst Park (Football League Championship, 5 March 2013)
Quickest hat-trick (Cup) Danny Butterfield, 6 minutes, 48 seconds v Wolverhampton Wanderers,
at Selhurst Park (FA Cup Fourth round Replay, 2 February 2010)
Transfer fee received 15,000,000 from Manchester United for Wilfried Zaha, January 2013
Transfer fee paid 13.000.000 to Newcastle United for Andros Townsend, July 2016
FA Cup Finalist Runner-Up 1989/90 & 2015/16
FA Cup Semi-Finalist 1975/76 & 1994/95
League Cup Semi-Finalist 1992/93, 1994/95 & 2011/12
Zenith Data Systems Cup Winner 1990/91
Zenith Data Systems Cup Semi-Finalist 1988/89
London Challenge Cup Winners 1912-1913, 1913-1914 & 1920-1921
Highest League Postion 3rd Place In Div. 1 1990/91
Highest Premier League Postion 10th Place - 2014/15
Football League Championship
Play-Off Winner
2012/13
Division 1 (New) Champion 1993/94
Division 1 (New) Play-Off Winner 1996/97 & 2003/04
2nd Division Champion 1978/79
2nd Division Runner-Up 1968/69
2nd Division Play-Off Winner 1988/89
3rd Division Runner-Up 1963/64
4th Division Runner-Up 1960/61
3rd Division South Champion 1920/21
3rd Division South Runner-Up 1928/29, 1930/31 & 1938/39
Southern League 2nd Division Champion 1905/06

First capped player Billy Davies for Wales, v Scotland, 7 March 1908, Dundee
First capped player for England Horace Colclough, v Wales, 16 March 1914, Cardiff
Most capped player 37, Mile Jedinak, Australia
Most capped player for England 9,
Kenny Sansom
Geoff Thomas
First player to play in the World Cup Finals Gregg Berhalter, 2002, United States
First player to score in the World Cup Finals Mile Jedinak, 2014, Australia

John Robson (1905-07)
Eddie Goodman (1907-25)
Alec Maley (1925-27)
Fred Maven (1927-30)
Jack Tresadern (1930-35)
Tom Bromilow (1935-36)
R.S. Moyse (1936)
Tom Bromilow (1937-39)
George Irwin (1937-47)
Jack Butler (1947-49)
Ron Rooke (1949-50)
F. Dawes/C. Slade (1950-51)
Laurie Scott (1951-54)
Cyril Spiers (1954-58)
George Smith (1958-60)
Arthur Rowe (1960-63)
Dick Graham (1963-66)
Arthur Rowe (1966)
Bert Head (1966-72)
Malcom Allison (1972-76)
Terry Venables (1976-80)
Ernie Whalley (1980)
Malcom Allison (1980-81)
Dario Gradi (1981)
Steve Kember (1981-82)
Alan Mullery (1982-84)
Steve Coppell (1984-93)
Alan Smith (1993-95)
Dave Bassett (1996-97)
Steve Coppell (1997-98)
Attilio Lombardo (1998)
Terry Venables (1998-99)
Steve Coppell (1999-2000)
Alan Smith (2000-01)
Steve Kember (2001)
Steve Bruce (2001)
Steve Kember and Terry Bullivant (2001)
Trevor Francis (2001-03)
Steve Kember and Terry Bullivant (2003)
Steve Kember (2003)
Kit Symons (2003)
Iain Dowie (2003-06)
Peter Taylor (2006-2007)
Neil Warnock (2007-2010)
Paul Hart (2010)
George Burley (2010-11)
Dougie Freedman (2011-12)
Ian Holloway (2012-13)
Tony Pulis (2013-2014)
Neil Warnock (2014)
Alan Pardew (2015-2016)
Sam Allardyce (2016-)

1905-06 Joined Southern League Division Two
Southern League Division Two Champions
Promoted to Division One
1913-14 Southern League runner-up, lost title on goal average
1915-16 Football Programme abandoned due to the war
1919-20 Football Programme restart after end of war
1920-21 Founder member of Division Three South
Division Three South Champions
Promoted to Division Two
1924-25 Relegated to Division Three South
1928-29 Football League Division Three South runner-up,
missing title and promotion place on goal average
1930-31 Football League Division Three South runner-up
1938-39 Football League Division Three South runner-up
1939-40 Football League programme abandoned due to outbreak of war (3th Septenber)
1946-47 Football League programme restart after end of war
1958-59 Placed in Division Four on League reorganisation
1960-61 Football League Division Four runner-up
Promoted to Division Three
1963-64 Football League Division Three runner-up (lost title on goal average)
Promoted to Division Two
1968-69 Football League Division Two runner-up
Promoted to Division One
1972-73 Relegated to Division Two
1973-74 Relegated to Division Three
1975-76 F.A. Cup semi-finalists
1976-77 Promoted to Division Two (on goal average)
1978-79 Football League Division Two Champions
Promoted to Division One
1980-81 Relegated to Division Two
1988-89 Promoted to Division One after play-offs
(SF Swindon Town 1 Crystal Palace 0,
Crystal Palace 2 Swindon Town 0 - Agg 2-1,
F Blackburn Rovers 3 Crystal Palace 1,
Crystal Palace 3 Blackburn Rovers 0 - Agg 4-3)
1989-90 F.A. Cup runner-up
1991-92 Highest League Postion of 3rd In Div. 1
1992-93 Founder members of F.A. Premiership
Relegated to Football League Division One on goal difference
Football League Cup semi-finalists
1993-94 Football League Champions
Promoted to F.A. Premiership
1994-95 F.A. Cup semi-finalists
Football League Cup semi-finalists
Relegated to Football League Division One
1995-96 Not promoted after play-offs
(SF Charlton Athletic 1 Crystal Palace 2,
Crystal Palace 1 Charlton Athletic 0 - Agg 3-1,
F Crystal Palace 1 Leicester City 2 @ Wembley)
1996-97 Promoted to F.A. Premiership after play-offs
(SF Crystal Palace 3 Wolverhampton Wanderers 1,
Wolverhampton Wanderers 2 Crystal Palace 1 Agg 4-3,
F Crystal Palace 1 Sheffield United 0 @ Wembley)
1997-98 Relegated to Football League Division One
2000-01 Football League Cup semi-finalists
2003-04 Promoted to F.A. Premiership after play-offs
(SF Crystal Palace 3 Sunderland 2,
Sunderland 2 Crystal Palace 1,
Crystal Palace won 5-4 on penalties
F Crystal Palace 1 West Ham United 0 @ Millennium Stadium, Cardiff)
2004-05 Relegated to Football League Championship
2005-06 Not promoted after play-offs
(SF Crystal Palace 0 Watford 3,
Watford 0 Crystal Palace 0 - Agg 0-3)
2007-08 Not promoted after play-offs
(SF Crystal Palace 1 Bristol City 2,
Bristol City 2 Crystal Palace 1 - Agg 2-4)
2011-12 Football League Cup semi-finalists
2012-13 Promoted to F.A. Premiership after play-offs
(SF Crystal Palace 0 Brighton & Hove Albion 0,
Brighton & Hove Albion 0 Crystal Palace 2 - Agg 2-0)
(F Crystal Palace 1 Watford 0 @ Wembley)
2013-14 Stay in Premiership for first time at postion 11
2014-15 Stay in Premiership Again at postion 10
2015-16 Stay in Premiership at postion 15
F.A. Cup Runner-up
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