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Two proud London teams go head-to-head in this match that is sure to be one not-to-be-missed. Chelsea and Crystal Palace both have long histories and both are eager to prove themselves once again. This will make for a game with some outstanding atmosphere.

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Crystal Palace vs Chelsea Tickets

Chelsea FC

Chelsea are one of the most successful clubs in the history of English football. Since the inception of the Premier League in 1992, Chelsea have played in it every year, which they have won six times. On top of this, they have won eight FA Cups, five League Cups, and four FA Community Shields.

Some of the top players to play for the blues include Eden Hazard, Didier Drogba, and English legends John Terry and Frank Lampard. The latter is Chelsea’s highest goalscorer, having scored 211 goals between 2001-2014.

Stamford Bridge

Since 1905, Chelsea have called Stamford Bridge their home. Located in West London with a capacity of 40,341, it's England’s eleventh-largest football stadium. Apart from Chelsea, the stadium has been a venue for England international matches, FA Cup Finals, FA Cup semi-finals, and Charity Shield games.

The stadium has undergone several notable changes over the years, from conversion from an athletics track to a football ground in 1905, and most recently to a modern all-seater stadium in the 1990s.

Crystal Palace

Crystal Palace have a long history in professional English football, dating back to 1905. They have experienced some turbulence over the years, but found themselves back in the Premier League in 2013. They have also reached the FA Cup Final in 1990 and again in 2016.

Many iconic players have delighted their fans across the years, including Ian Wright, Andrew Johnson, Jim Cannon, and Johnny Byrne. One player, however, has a special place among Palace’s history - none-other than Geoff Thomas, who captained the club throughout their greatest period who was a success in each of his six seasons.

Selhurst Park

Selhurst Park in Croydon, London, has been Crystal Palace’s home since 1905. The stadium can seat 25,486 and always has an electric atmosphere. The Chelsea vs Crystal Palace game will be no exception.

In addition to hosting international football matches, the stadium hosted games for the 1948 Summer Olympics. It was also shared by Charlton Athletic from 1985 until 1991 and used for Wimbledon from 1991 until 2003.