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We had a fun day watching Crystal Palace game and went down to the 2010 Club for food, drinks, etc. and had such a blast down there. We missed quite a bit of the game due to not wanting to leave the club and you...More
I have been to Selhurst Park a few times now and I'm impressed that no matter who they're playing or the score, a small group of fanatics or 'ultras' keep the atmosphere going. I have seen local derbies across England and don't get me wrong,...More
My teenage daughter and I took the train on Saturday, March 9th from Central London to Selhurst to see Crystal Palace play the Brighton Hove Albion. Being tipped off by a colorful London cabby the match would be a bitter rivalry game, complete with the...More
Selhurst Park is like a throw back to before Association Football became as commercial and corporate as it is today. The crowd are literally on the edge of the pix, the noise in the stadium from the home fans is immense. The stadium isn't as...More
There is nothing quite like watching football at Selhurst Park. The facilities are somewhat basic but that somehow adds to the charm. The atmosphere during the game is electric and you can’t help getting swept up into it.
The new system with card only was so good no waiting for beer or burgers. Shame we could only get two tickets but we really had a fun time. My little brother understands how football now. Still not into sport but he gets it lol.
What a great day out. We had a table of 5 in the Legends box with a 3 course meal plus extras, private seating and could not fault the staff in service and willingness to oblige. Looking forward to the next time.Thank you all for...More
There was a larger than average inside and outside area for away supporters, which is unusual. It was clearly built a long time ago before lots of women used to go to football as the 'facilities' for women were very scarce! I watched a lot...More