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Crystal Palace

Crystal Palace

City: London
Stadium: Selhurst Park
Founded: 1905
Nickname: Eagles

Crystal Palace Football Club is an English professional football club based in South Norwood, London. They currently play in the highest level in English football, the Premier League. Since 1964, the club has mostly played in the top two leagues of English football. The club was founded in 1905 at the site of the famous Crystal Palace Exhibition building by the owners of the FA Cup Final stadium, who wanted their own team to play at the historic venue. Palace applied to be elected to The Football League, but this was rejected and they instead joined the Southern Football League Second Division, playing home games at The Crystal Palace, inspiration for the club's initial nickname, "The Glaziers". Palace were champions of the Division in their first season, and played in the Southern League First Division for the next fifteen years.

In 1920 the Southern League Division One formed the Football League Third Division. Palace were crowned champions at the end of that season and gained promotion to the Second Division, where they spent four seasons before suffering relegation to the Third Division South. In 1958 a league re-organisation saw Palace become founder members of Division Four. Over the next eleven years, Palace progressed to the highest level of English football, the First Division in 1969, and stayed in the top division for four seasons before suffering successive relegations. In 1973 the club modernised its image, changing the nickname from The Glaziers to "The Eagles" and ending the 68-year association with claret and blue by introducing the red-and-blue vertical stripes now associated with the club. The club stabilised itself in the top two divisions with promotions in 1977 and 1979, the latter saw the club crowned as Division Two champions.

Source: Wikipedia - The Free Encyclopedia

Current season top scorers

1.Jean-Philippe Mateta1620
2.Eberechi Eze1110
3.Michael Olise1010
4.Odsonne Édouard700
5.Jordan Ayew400
6.Jeffrey Schlupp200
7.Dean Henderson200
8.Tyrick Mitchell200
9.Joachim Andersen200
10.Joel Ward100

Results by matchday


Crystal Palace all time positioning


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2023-2410.Crystal Palace3813101557-58-149
2022-2312.Crystal Palace3611101537-46-943
2021-2212.Crystal Palace3811151250-46448
2020-2114.Crystal Palace381281841-66-2544
2019-2014.Crystal Palace3811101731-50-1943
2018-1912.Crystal Palace381471751-53-249
2017-1818.Crystal Palace152498-25-1710
2016-1714.Crystal Palace381252150-63-1341
2015-1615.Crystal Palace381191839-51-1242
2014-1510.Crystal Palace381391647-51-448
2013-1411.Crystal Palace381361933-48-1545
2004-0518.Crystal Palace387121941-62-2133
1997-9820.Crystal Palace38892137-71-3433
1994-9519.Crystal Palace4211121934-49-1545
1992-9320.Crystal Palace4211161548-61-1349
1991-9210.Crystal Palace4214151353-61-857
1990-913.Crystal Palace38209950-41969
1989-9015.Crystal Palace381391642-66-2448
1980-8122.Crystal Palace42672947-83-3619
1979-8013.Crystal Palace4212161441-50-940
1972-7321.Crystal Palace429122141-58-1730
1971-7220.Crystal Palace428132139-65-2629
1970-7118.Crystal Palace4212111939-57-1835
1969-7020.Crystal Palace426152134-68-3427