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London-based teams with a long-standing rivalry. Crystal Palace has a strong track record at home at Selhurst Park, with a loyal and passionate fanbase that creates an intimidating atmosphere for visiting teams. West Ham, on the other hand, are known for their energetic and relentless style of play, often pressing high and playing with intensity.

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Crystal Palace

Crystal Palace, based in London, were founded in 1905 and have a long history of playing football in English leagues. The club has had some successful years in its history, including two FA Cup Final appearances in 1990 and 2016. Crystal Palace has a reputation for producing talented players, including Ian Wright, Andrew Johnson, Jim Cannon, and Johnny Byrne, among others. The club has a dedicated fan base and is known for its passionate and lively supporters.

Selhurst Park

Located in the London borough of Croydon, Selhurst Park has been the home stadium of Crystal Palace Football Club since 1924. With a seating capacity of 25,486, the stadium has played host to various other sporting events such as athletics and rugby league, including the 2013 Rugby League World Cup. Selhurst Park is also a popular venue for music concerts, cementing its place as a prominent location for both sports and entertainment.

West Ham United

West Ham United have enjoyed some significant successes, with three FA Cup victories in 1964, 1975, and 1980, and a win in the European Cup Winners' Cup in 1965, and a second-place finish in the 1976 competition.

The club has also had some exceptional players who have become legendary figures at West Ham. Among them, Bobby Moore is perhaps the most renowned, having been part of England's victorious World Cup team in 1966. Trevor Booking is another celebrated player at West Ham, with a stand named in his honour at the former home ground of the club, Upton Park.

London Stadium

The London Stadium, formerly known as the Olympic Stadium, is the home ground of West Ham and was initially built to host the 2012 Olympics. Prior to their move to the London Stadium, West Ham had played their home games at Boleyn Park for over a century, from 1904 until 2016. With a seating capacity of 60,000, the London Stadium is the fifth-largest stadium in the UK and offers an exhilarating environment for fans to experience.