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Crystal Palace vs Everton is a game you’re not going to want to miss. Both clubs have a long history in the top-flight of English football and are a treat to watch play each other. Crystal Palace hail from Selhurst, Croydon, South London. Everton are based in Liverpool, formed in 1878, and they also have had a successful run since then. Which side will come out on top?

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Crystal Palace vs Everton FC Tickets

Crystal Palace

Founded in 1905, Crystal Palace have a long history in professional English football. In 2013, they returned to the Premier League after experiencing some turbulence over the years. The team have had some success, having reached the FA Cup Final in 1990 and again in 2016.

Ian Wright, Andrew Johnson, Jim Cannon, and Johnny Byrne are just a few of the legendary players who have delighted their fans over the years. However, one player holds a special place in Palace's history - none other than Geoff Thomas, who captained the club for six consecutive seasons during the club's greatest period.

Selhurst Park

Crystal Palace has been based at Selhurst Park in Croydon, London, since 1905. The stadium can seat 25,486 and always has an electric atmosphere. And the Crystal Palace vs Everton game will be no exception.

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


As another one of six teams never to be relegated from the Premier League, Everton is one of the England’s most successful clubs. Among their achievements are nine league titles, five FA Cups, one European Cup Winners' Cup, and nine Charity Shields. Everton was also a founding member of the Football League in 1888.

Many football legends have played for Everton over the years, including none other than Gary Lineker, Dixie Dean, Graeme Sharp, and Brian Labone. Arguably, one of the most famous players to come from Everton is Wayne Rooney, who played for the club on two separate occasions in 2002-2004 and again from 2017-2018.

Goodison Park

Since 1892, Everton have played their home games at Goodison Park, located in the Walton area of Liverpool. It has a capacity of 39,414 making it the tenth-largest stadium in the Premier League and one of the largest in England.

Because Everton have been in top-flight football for more games than any other team in England, Goodison Park has hosted more top-flight games than any other stadium, including an FA Cup Final and a semi-final match in the 1966 World Cup.