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Crystal Palace and Aston Villa are two of the most historic clubs in English football. Crystal Palace is the older of the two clubs, with origins dating all the way back to 1861. They were one of the original members of the Football League, and have spent the majority of their history playing in the top two tiers of football.

Aston Villa were founded in 1874, and are one of only five English clubs to have won the European Cup. They also won the FA Cup seven times, and UEFA Super Cup once. Villa were relegated from the top flight for the first time in 2016, after a 29-year stay, but have since bounced back.

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Crystal Palace

Crystal Palace Football Club have a long and proud history, with some legendary players gracing the hallowed turf at Selhurst Park. The Eagles are known for their fast-paced, attacking style of play, which has entertained fans for generations. Some of the greatest players in Palace history include John Salako, Andy Johnson, and Ian Wright.

Selhurst Park

Crystal Palace have played at Selhurst Park since it opened in 1924. The ground was designed by Scottish architect Archibald Leitch and has a current capacity of 25,456.

Selhurst Park has hosted international football as well as games for the 1948 Summer Olympics and Wimbledon from 1991 to 2003. Selhurst Park was also home to fellow English football team Charlton Athletic from 1985 to 1991.

Aston Villa

Aston Villa FC is a club steeped in history and tradition and is one of the most successful clubs, with some impressive trophies under their belt. Some of the club's most legendary players include Gordon Cowans, Brian Little, Dwight Yorke, and John Terry. The team is known for its possession-based style of play and for producing some of England's best young talent.

Villa Park

Villa Park has been the home ground of Aston Villa since 1897. It has a capacity of 42,682. The ground has hosted sixteen England internationals at senior level, the first in 1899 and the most recent in 2005.

The atmosphere at Villa Park is electric on match days, with the claret and blue of Aston Villa filling the stadium. The fans are passionate about their team and make plenty of noise, creating a great atmosphere for players and spectators alike.