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Selhurst Park has been a League ground for 96 seasons;
from July 1st, 1924 to the current day .

Selhurst Park was the 141st
ground to be used for a League game.

Current Capacity 26,309

Year opened 1924

GROUND HISTORY adapted from "The Ultimate Directory of English & Scottish Football League Grounds"
Crystal Palace FC bought the site, a former brick field, in 1922 for Ł2,570 and moved to Selhurst Park from The Nest in 1924. The facilities, which included a main stand on the west side and terracing and embankments around the pitch, remained virtually unaltered until a 5,000 seat stand was opened on the east side in 1969 and seats installed in the main stand paddock in 1979.

In 1981 land at the rear of the north end was sold for housing and a supermarket resulting in the construction of a new truncated terrace (subsequently roofed and installed with 2,500 seats in 1993) whilst the paddock on the east side was provided with 5,080 seats in 1990 and a double deck 8,147 seat stand with a curved cantilevered roof was opened at the south end in 1995. The all-seat capacity at the start of season 2007/8 was 26,300 and the pitch size 110 x 74 yards.

GROUND DETAILS adapted from "The Extreme Groundhoppers Guide"
Ground address: Selhurst Park, Park Road London, SE25 6PU
Main phone number: 0208 7686000
Ticket office: 0871 2000071
Ticket prices: Ł30 (B Ł25), Concessions* Ł18 (B Ł15)
If driving to ground: North and West M1 to A406 North Circular Road heading west to Chiswick Roundabout, take the third exit at the roundabout onto Chiswick High Road, then first left onto the A205 signposted Kew. After 2m, take a left at the t-junction signposted Putney. Continue until the road merges with the A3, then a mile later, turn right onto the A214 (Signposted Tooting and Streatham). When in Streatham, turn right onto the A23 Streatham High Road and after one mile turn left into the B273 Green Lane which becomes Parchmore Road. At the bottom of the road, turn left into the High Street, go straight over the crossroads and the ground is on the right. East Take the M25 to Junction 3 then fourth exit onto the A20 (Signposted London), and then after 4 miles turn left onto the A224 (signposted St Mary Cray). After 3mile turn onto the A232 Spur Road and follow this until you see Shirley Park Golf Club, then turn right onto the A215 Shirley Road. Turn right at the top of this road, then first left into the A215 Spring Road. After 1.5 miles, turn left onto the B266 and the ground is 250 yards on the left. South Leave the M25 at Junction 3 take the first exit onto the M23 and then follow the A23 into London following signs for Thornton Heath, turning right onto the A235 passing through a one-way system. Turn immediately left onto the B266 Brigstock Road which becomes High Street then as north. Most streets around the ground are either designated residents only parking on matchdays or are pay and display with a four hour limit. So please take note of any street signs advising of parking restrictions, or else you win run the risk of being towed away. Please note that the traffic can be pretty bad on Saturdays even without football traffic, so get a Oyster Travelcard and take the tube and park outside London at most it will cost Ł11.60 but it means you can get on buses, trains and tube with one ticket.
If using Public Transport: The nearest railway stations are Sellhurst or Thornton Heath which are served by London Victoria main line station, Clapham Junction and London Bridge. From Sellhurst Station walk up Selhurst Road to the third junction on the left then turn left into Park Road the ground is 200 yards up the road form Thornton Heath which is the next stop after Selhurst turn right out of the station walk down high cross over grange road into Whitehorse then its third right into Park Lane. Trains from London Bridge to Norwood Junction can also be used it is a straight walk up Oliver Road past the clock tower walk straight on then take the second into Oliver Avenue and a straight walk down to the ground it about five minutes walk.
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