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Club information: Crystal Palace

Club information: Crystal Palace
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Club information page for Crystal Palace Football Club.

Full name: Crystal Palace Football Club

Nicknames: Palace, The Eagles, The Glaziers

Founded: September 10, 1905

Owners: Steve Parish, Joshua Harris, David S. Blitzer, John Textor

Stadium (capacity): Selhurst Park (25,486)

Most appearances: Jim Cannon (663)

Most league appearances: Jim Cannon (571)

Most goals: Peter Simpson (165)

Most league goals: Peter Simpson (153)

Oldest player: Jack Little (41 years 68 days vs. Gillingham, April 3 1926)

Youngest player: John Bostock (15 years 287 days vs. Watford, October 29 2007)

Biggest win: 9-0 vs. Barrow (Fourth Division, October 10 1959)

Biggest league win: 9-0 vs. Barrow (Fourth Division, October 10 1959)

Biggest defeat: 9-0 vs. Liverpool (Division One, September 12 1989), 9-0 vs. Burnley (FA Cup, February 10 1909)

Biggest league defeat: 9-0 vs. Liverpool (Division One, September 12 1989)

Highest transfer fee paid: £27m - Christian Benteke from Liverpool (August 20, 2016)

Highest transfer fee received: £50m - Aaron Wan-Bissaka to Manchester United (June 29, 2019)



Honours

Second Division/Championship (2): 1978–79, 1993–94

Third Division/League One (1): 1920–21

Southern Football League Division Two (1): 1905-06

United League (1): 1906–07

Full Members Cup (1): 1991

London Challenge Cup (3): 1913, 1914, 1921

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