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Arsenal and Crystal Palace have met on numerous occasions over the years, with The Gunners enjoying the best of proceedings. Arsenal have remained in the Premier League since its inception in 1992, while Crystal Palace returned to the top flight in 2013. Both London-based clubs have a large and passionate fan base, so games between them are sure to be intense.

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Crystal Palace

Crystal Palace Football Club is based in Selhurst, England. The club was founded in 1905, and was one of the original members of the Premier League. Nicknamed the Eagles, Crystal Palace wear a red and blue strip.

The club has had a long and successful history, with many legends and heroes gracing the hallowed turf of Selhurst Park over the years. One of the most famous players to have ever played for Palace is Ian Wright, who scored 117 goals for the club and is considered a true hero by fans. Other notable players include John Salako, Mark Bright, and Chris Armstrong.

Selhurst Park

Crystal Palace currently play their home games at Selhurst Park, where they have played since its completion in 1924. Based in the London Borough of Croydon, Selhurst Park has a capacity of 25,486.

The stadium has hosted international football as well as games for the 1948 Summer Olympics. It was also occupied by the football team Charlton Athletic from 1985 to 1991 and Wimbledon from 1991 to 2003.


Arsenal is one of the most successful football clubs in England, and has an impressive track record, holding more FA Cups than any other team. Many legendary players have donned the Gunners shirt, including Dennis Bergkamp, Tony Adams, and goalkeeper David Seaman.

Arsenal is a team that has always been known for their beautiful style of play. The Gunners play an attacking brand of football, which is pleasing to the eye. The team likes to keep the ball at all costs, and they often dominate their opponents with their intricate passing.

Emirates Stadium

Arsenal moved from Highbury to the Emirates Stadium at the beginning of the 2006-07 season. Located in North London, the Emirates Stadium has a capacity of 60,260 and is the fourth-largest stadium in England.

Arsenal’s home ground always promises an electric atmosphere, whether you're sitting in the lower section, upper section, or behind a goal, you're guaranteed a great view of the pitch. Ticket prices for games at the Emirates Stadium can be extremely high and hard to secure.