Crystal Palace currently play in the Premier League and they wear red and blue striped home shirts which were first used in the 1970s. Nicknamed the 'Eagles', Crystal Palace wear yellow and sky blue away shirts. The kits for Palace are supplied by Macron who overtook Avec in the 2014-15 season.
Crystal Palace 1973-74 Retro Football Shirt
Crystal Palace 1920s Retro Football Shirt
Crystal Palace 1961-1963 Retro Football Shirt
Crystal Palace 1972-1973 Don Rogers Retro Football Sh
Crystal Palace 1976 1977 Retro Football Shirt
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Crystal Palace wear home shirts comprising red and blue stripes and play their home games at Selhurst Park, South Norwood, London. The South London side with a nickname today of the Eagles, were founded in 1861 by staff working at the Great Exhibition in Paxtons Crystal Palace, they became the first team in the history of the game to play at an indoor stadium. There were no fears for the state of the pitch as the clear glass structure let natural light in to allow the grass to grow well.
Having launched their new home and away kits for next season back in May this year, Crystal Palace have now signed a new kit sponsorship deal with Neteller. Palace have...
Set to stay in the Premier League for another season, Crystal Palace have officially launched their new home and away kits for next season. Having signed a new kit deal...
It was announced during half time at the Crystal Palace match vs. Hull City that the London club have signed a new kit deal with Macron. Crystal Palace have announced t...
The building did have its problems though and the regular breaking of glass from wayward shots meant the players had to develop skills in repairing them, which in turn earned them the nickname of 'The Glaziers'.
Palace will always struggle to compete against its larger more financially supported London rivals, but has a reputation for never say die survival. Famous players to have worn a Palace shirt include Andy Gray, Ian Wright, Geoff Thomas, Kenny Sansom, Jim Cannon, Nigel Martyn, Andrew Johnson, Attilio Lombardo, John Salako and Paul Hinshelwood. Crystal Palace received £8,600,000 a club record from Everton for Andy Johnson in June 2006.