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Crystal Palace vs Leeds is a game you’re not going to want to miss. Both clubs have a long history in English football, with plenty of accomplishments and drama experienced by both clubs. Crystal Palace hail from Selhurst, Croydon, South London, while Leeds are based in the city of their namesake in West Yorkshire. Which side will come out on top?

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Leeds United vs Crystal Palace Tickets

Crystal Palace

Founded in 1905, Crystal Palace have a long history in professional English football stretching as far back as 1861. The team have had some success over the years, having reached the FA Cup Final in 1990 and again in 2016. This was after returning to the Premier League in 2013 after some years of turbulence.

Among the legendary players who have delighted their fans over the years are Ian Wright, Andrew Johnson, Jim Cannon, and Johnny Byrne. However, Geoff Thomas, who captained Palace for six consecutive seasons during the club's greatest era, holds a special place in Palace's history.

Selhurst Park

Crystal Palace has been based at Selhurst Park, a borough in south Croydon, London, since 1905. The stadium can seat 25,486, making it one of the smaller stadiums in the Premier League, but the atmosphere there could always fill Wembley. And the Crystal Palace vs Leeds game will be no exception.

International football matches are not the only sporting events to be hosted at Selhurst Park — the stadium also hosted games during the 1948 Summer Olympics, it was shared by Charlton Athletic from 1985-1991 and used for Wimbledon from 1991-2003.

Leeds United

Since their admission to the Football League in 1920, Leeds United has established itself as a dominant force in English football, competing in either the top or second tier, with only a few exceptions in the third tier. The club's impressive track record includes three English league titles, one FA Cup, one League Cup, two Charity Shields, and two Inter-Cities Fairs Cups.

Elland Road has been graced by some of the biggest names in English football, including Peter Lorimer, Gordon Strachan, Gary McAllister, and James Milner. These legends have contributed to Leeds United's rich history and legacy in the sport.

Elland Road

Leeds United has called Elland Road in Beeston, West Yorkshire, its home since 1919. This iconic stadium is the 14th largest in England and has been the site of several notable events, including FA Cup semi-finals, England international fixtures, and even matches in Euro 96. The stadium consists of four stands, including the Don Revie Stand, the Jack Charlton Stand, the Norman Hunter South Stand, and the John Charles Stand, and has a current seating capacity of 37,792. There are plans to expand the stadium in the near future.