Crystal Palace: Club Profile

Record vs Boro'


* league points only

Result-by-Result (Boro' Scoring First)

No competitive meetings


Players For Us... and Them

Tyrone BerryProfile
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Leon CortProfile
Chris DayProfile
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Lee HillsProfile
Ray HoughtonProfile
Richard HowellProfile
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Chris KettingsProfile
Elliott ListProfile
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Dave MartinProfile
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Glenn PennyfatherProfile
Gary PhillipsProfile
Rob QuinnProfile
Tom SoaresProfile
Steve WatsonProfile
Andy WoodmanProfile
Dean WordsworthProfile

Ground Information

Away Supporters' Stand:

Travel Information – Distance: 40 miles

By Road:
It seems the most straightforward method of getting to Crystal Palace is to go through the centre of London - no mean feat, you're no doubt aware. Head south on the A1(M) and A1 into the Hendon area, before switching to the A41 Watford Way/Barnet Bypass.

Stay on the A41 heading into London until you reach St John's Wood Tube station. Here, turn right for Grove End Road and continue onto the B507 (Lisson Grove). This will take you around the Pavilion End of Lord's Cricket Ground, if you were bothered and indeed if you can see from here.

Keep going straight on and across the Marylebone Road; this is entering the Congestion Charge zone, but applicable on weekdays only. After a third of a mile, take a right onto George Street and left almost straight away onto Stourcliffe Street. This will bring you out onto the A5 Edgware Road. Turn left.

Go round Marble Arch and onto Park Lane; using the middle two lanes to then head onto the A302 Grosvenor Place that takes you round the back of Buckingham Palace. All the sights on this route, eh? Head on through Victoria and look to get yourself onto the A202 Vauxhall Bridge Road.

After crossing the Thames and coming to Vauxhall Station, follow the road around onto the South Lambeth Road (A3036). Stay on South Lambeth Road by bearing left and joining the A203 towards Stockwell. Here, you'll need to remain on the A203 towards Brixton, turning right onto the A23 soon after. At Brixton's Ritzy Cinema, bear left onto Effra Road.

When you reach Tulse Hill, turn right onto the A215 Norwood Road. After nearly a mile, you'll need to turn right onto Ernest Avenue to stay on the A215, before a left around the bus garage. After a couple of miles down here, there'll be a right turn for the B266 Whitehorse Lane.

Tools: AA Route Planner | Highways Agency

Take note of local signs advising of parking restrictions unless you want to come a cropper. Local pay and displays might also come with time limits.

By Rail:

You'll find Selhurst station just 10 minutes' walk from the stadium. Look to go north from the station along Selhurst Road towards Prince Road, passing Heavers Meadow on the right. Turn left into Clifton Road, and then right for the ground.

Tools: National Rail | TfL Journey Planner