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Crystal Palace - Selhurst Park
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Fixtures 2013-14

Address: Crystal Palace FC, Selhurst Park, London, SE25 6PU
Telephone: 0208 768 6000
Fax: 0208 771 5311
Ticket Office: 0871 2000 071
Capacity: 26,309
Away end: 2,000

For a street map of the area & the ground click here

By Road
Leave the M25 at Junction 7 and follow the signs for the A23 to Croydon. At Purley bear left onto the A23 at its junction with the A235 (to Croydon). You will pass roundabouts and junctions with the A232 and A236 as you pass Croydon, after which the A23 bears left at Thornton Heath (at the Horseshoe pub roundabout). Here you go straight over into Brigstock Road (B266), passing Thornton Heath Station on your left and bear right on to the High Street. At the next mini roundabout, (Whitehorse Road/Grange Road) go left into Whitehorse Lane. The ground is on your right.

An alternative route for fans coming from the North, is to leave the M25 at Junction 10 and follow the A3 towards London. After about ten miles you will reach the Tolworth roundabout at which you turn right onto the A240 towards Epsom. After about three miles turn onto the A232 towards Sutton. Follow the A232 through Sutton and Carshalton and just before reaching Croydon, turn left onto the A23 north towards Thornton Heath'. Where the A23 bears left at Thornton Heath (at the Horsehoe pub roundabout). Here you must go straight over, into Brigstock Road (B266), passing Thornton Heath Station on your left and bearing right on to the High Street. At the next mini roundabout, (Whitehorse Road/Grange Road) go left into Whitehorse Lane. The ground is on your right.

Most streets around the ground are either designated residents only parking on matchdays or are pay and display with a four hour limit. Please take note of any street signs advising of parking restrictions, or you will run the risk of being towed away. Also note that the traffic can be pretty bad on Saturdays even without football traffic, so make sure you allow yourself some extra time to make the journey.

By Rail
The nearest railway stations are Selhurst or Thornton Heath which are served by London Victoria main line station, Clapham Junction, London Bridge (every 30 mins) and East Croydon (every 15 mins). You can also use Norwood Junction station which is also served by Victoria, but is a little further away. It is then a 10-15 minute walk to ground. Note that Crystal Palace station is nowhere near the ground.

If you are coming from outside London, it may be an idea to purchase a Travelcard at the first tube station you encounter (or some train operators also allow you to add this onto your train ticket) and tell the clerk that you want a Travelcard that will cover you as far as Selhurst or Thornton Heath. The card then allows you unlimited travel on the tube and trains within the London travel zone and avoids having to buy a ticket for each leg of the journey.

Just over 2,000 away supporters can be accommodated. If you are seated towards the rear of the stand then you will find that you are sitting on old wooden seats and there is very little leg room. Plus the views of the playing action are not particularly great from the back of the stand, due to the overhang of the roof. And if that is not enough then there is the odd supporting pillar to contend with too. If you sit in the bottom half of the stand for an afternoon kick off, in the earlier part of the season, then don't be surprised if you end up trying to keep the sun out of your eyes.

Pub Guide and extras
Opposite Thornton Heath Railway Station there is a Wetherspoon pub, called the 'The Flora Sandes' which is popular with both home and away supporters. Also close by is 'The Railway Telegraph' on Brigstock (as you come out of Thornton Heath station turn right and the pub is further down on the left). This pub serves Youngs beers and is quite spacious. It is then about a 15 minute walk from here to the ground (as you  come out of the pubs turn right and follow the other fans). There are plenty of Kebab & Chip shops available on the route to the ground.

Otherwise near Norwood Junction Railway Station on the High Street is another Wetherspoon outlet called 'The William Stanley' (From the Station turn right at the Clock Tower into the High Street). The nearby 'Ship' pub on the High Street is also recommended. Generally beer and lager are served inside the ground, but note though that for certain high profile games, the club choose not to serve alcohol to away supporters.

Away Fans:

Adult - 40
Over 65s - 26
U16s - 20
Disabled & PA - 6 places for disabled supporters. Contact the club for ticket prices.

Stadium Plan

Looks like a pain in the arse to get there this year...


--- Quote from: youngie on November  9, 2014, 02:57:26 pm ---Looks like a pain in the arse to get there this year...

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The usual route is fucked but you can still get a direct train to Norwood Junction from London Bridge.

Which pub's on for this one?

King Kenny Play:

--- Quote from: bradders1011 on November 19, 2014, 08:50:23 pm ---Which pub's on for this one?

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Spoons at Norwood Junction on the High Street


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