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Crystal Palace Football Club is a professional football club based in Selhurst in the Borough of Croydon in South London, England, which competes in the Premier League, the top level of English football. Although founded as a professional outfit in 1905, the club's origins can be traced back to 1861, when the Crystal Palace amateur football team was founded in the Crystal Palace Exhibition Building. This led to club claims that Crystal Palace FC should be recognized as the oldest professional football club in the world after historians discovered a line through the Crystal Palace Company. Both amateur and professional clubs play on the palace grounds, with the professional club using the FA Cup Final Stadium for their home matches until 1915 when it was forced to leave due to the outbreak of World War First. In 1924 they moved to their current home in Selhurst Park.

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The amateur Crystal Palace FC became one of the original founders of the Football Association in 1863 and competed in the inaugural FA Cup in 1871-72, reaching the semi-finals where they lost to the Royal Engineers. Crystal Palace FC played in the FA Cup for the next four seasons but disappeared from the historical records after the match against Barnes FC, on 18 December 1875. Shortly after Crystal Palace returned as a professional club in 1905, Crystal Palace applied for election to the Football League but were refused and instead played in the Southern League. Crystal Palace FC eventually joined the Football League in 1920 and has generally spent most of its league history competing in the top two tiers of English football. Since 1964, they have only dropped below the second tier once, in three seasons between 1974 and 1977.

During their time in the top flight in the late 1980s and early 1990s, the club achieved their highest ever finish of third at the bottom of the league. The first division, now known as the Premier League, was in the 1990-91 season. Unfortunately, Crystal Palace missed out on qualifying for the UEFA Cup at the end of this season due to the limited number of European places available to English clubs following the lifting of UEFA's ban over the Heysel Stadium disaster. It was also in this season that Palace reached the 1990 FA Cup final, losing to Manchester United on replay, and they became founding members of the Premier League in 1992. After relegation from the Premier League in 1998, Crystal Palace FC went into decline after suffering financial problems which saw the club go into administration twice in 1999 and 2010, but they recovered and returned to the Premier League in 2013, where they have remained since that time, reaching another FA Cup final in 2016, also finishing runners-up to Manchester United.

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Crystal Palace v Arsenal 05 Aug 2022 20:00Selhurst Park
Liverpool v Crystal Palace 15 Aug 2022 20:00Anfield
Crystal Palace v Aston Villa 20 Aug 2022 15:00Selhurst Park
Man City v Crystal Palace 27 Aug 2022 15:00Etihad Stadium
Crystal Palace v Brentford 30 Aug 2022 19:30Selhurst Park
Newcastle v Crystal Palace 03 Sep 2022 15:00St. James' Park
Crystal Palace v Man Utd 11 Sep 2022 16:30Selhurst Park
Brighton v Crystal Palace 17 Sep 2022 15:00Amex Stadium
Crystal Palace v Chelsea 01 Oct 2022 15:00Selhurst Park
Crystal Palace v Leeds 09 Oct 2022 14:00Selhurst Park
Leicester v Crystal Palace 15 Oct 2022 12:30King Power Stadium
Crystal Palace v Wolves 18 Oct 2022 19:30Selhurst Park
Everton v Crystal Palace 22 Oct 2022 15:00Goodison Park
Crystal Palace v Southampton 29 Oct 2022 15:00Selhurst Park
West Ham v Crystal Palace 05 Nov 2022 15:00London Stadium
Nottingham v Crystal Palace 12 Nov 2022 15:00The City Ground
Crystal Palace v Fulham 26 Dec 2022 15:00Selhurst Park
Bournemouth v Crystal Palace 31 Dec 2022 15:00Vitality Stadium
Crystal Palace v Spurs 02 Jan 2023 15:00Selhurst Park
Chelsea v Crystal Palace 14 Jan 2023 15:00Stamford Bridge
Crystal Palace v Newcastle 21 Jan 2023 15:00Selhurst Park
Man Utd v Crystal Palace 04 Feb 2023 15:00Old Trafford
Crystal Palace v Brighton 11 Feb 2023 15:00Selhurst Park
Brentford v Crystal Palace 18 Feb 2023 15:00Brentford Stadium
Crystal Palace v Liverpool 25 Feb 2023 15:00Selhurst Park
Aston Villa v Crystal Palace 04 Mar 2023 15:00Villa Park
Crystal Palace v Man City 11 Mar 2023 15:00Selhurst Park
Arsenal v Crystal Palace 18 Mar 2023 15:00Emirates Stadium
Crystal Palace v Leicester 01 Apr 2023 15:00Selhurst Park
Leeds v Crystal Palace 08 Apr 2023 15:00Elland Road
Southampton v Crystal Palace 15 Apr 2023 15:00St. Mary's Stadium
Crystal Palace v Everton 22 Apr 2023 15:00Selhurst Park
Wolves v Crystal Palace 25 Apr 2023 19:45Molineux Stadium
Crystal Palace v West Ham 29 Apr 2023 15:00Selhurst Park
Spurs v Crystal Palace 06 May 2023 15:00Hotspur Stadium
Crystal Palace v Bournemouth 13 May 2023 15:00Selhurst Park
Fulham v Crystal Palace 20 May 2023 15:00Craven Cottage
Crystal Palace v Nottingham 28 May 2023 16:00Selhurst Park

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George Burley was quickly appointed by the CPFC 2010 consortium as the new manager of the Palace. However, the following season got off to a poor start, with the club languishing at the bottom of the table until December. On 1 January 2011, following a 3–0 defeat at Millwall, Burleigh was sacked and his assistant Dougie Freedman was appointed as assistant manager. A little over a week later, Friedman was named full-time manager. Palace climbed the table and drew 1–1 with Hull City on 30 April as the club avoided relegation with one game remaining in the season. After a year and a half in charge, Freedman left to coach Bolton Wanderers on 23 October 2012. In November 2012, Ian Holloway became the new manager of the castle. He returned the club to the Premier League after an eight-year absence with a 1-0 win over Watford in the Champions League play-off final at the new Wembley Stadium, but resigned in October 2013. Former Palace player Alan Pardew was confirmed as the new manager in January 2015 after a short spell in charge under Tony Pulis and a failed second spell under Neil Warnock. In his first full season, Pardew took the club to the FA Cup final in 2016, their first in 26 years. Palace faced Manchester United, who they lost to in the 1990 final, and the Eagles again lost 2-1 after extra time. In December 2016, Pardew was sacked and replaced by Sam Allardyce, who kept the club in the Premier League but resigned unexpectedly at the end of the season.

On 26 June 2017, Palace appointed Frank De Boer as their first permanent foreign manager. He was sacked after just 77 days and the club started 2017-18. 2018 season, losing the first four league games, not scoring a goal in any of them. The following day, former English coach Roy Hodgson was appointed as the club's new manager. Palace finished 11th in the Premier League in Hodgson's first season in 2018-19. 12th place in the year and 14th place the following season.

In 1905, the Crystal Palace Company, who owned the FA Cup Final at Crystal Palace, wanted a professional club to play there and take advantage of the area's huge crowd potential. They formed a new professional Crystal Palace Football Club to play on the pitch. At the outbreak of the First World War, the castle and its grounds were occupied by the armed forces, and in 1915 the club was forcibly relocated by the Admiralty. They found a temporary base at Herne Hill Velodrome. Although other clubs have offered Palace the use of their grounds, the club felt it would be best to be as close as possible to their natural catchment area. When in 1917 Croydon Common F.C. went out of business, the club took over their old stadium, the Nest, but in 1919 they began buying the land that would eventually build their current home at Selhurst Park. Crystal Palace created amateur and professional clubs. The first chairman of the professional club Crystal Palace was Sydney Bourne, who was contacted by the club's secretary, Edmund Deman, when he was inspecting ticket buyers for the FA Cup Final. Noticing that his name was one that would buy more tickets per year, Goodman met with Byrne and found him very much in tune with the idea of the new club. The child was invited to join the board and was elected chairman at the club's first meeting. He was chairman until his death in 1930.

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