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Selhurst Park has emerged as one of the Premier League's most atmospheric football stadiums in recent years thanks to a set of Crystal Palace ultras known as the Holmesdale Fanatics.
As a result, Crystal Palace tickets have become relatively hard to come by for those without memberships at the club. Through this guide, we will provide you with all the key and necessary information on how to buy Crystal Palace tickets for home and away fixtures.
Crystal Palace tickets and prices at Selhurst Park
Crystal Palace season tickets: Pricing, availability
Like many Premier League clubs, all Crystal Palace season tickets were sold out for the 2023/24 season and there is now a waiting list for them at Selhurst Park. Prices for season tickets at Crystal Palace range from £545 for zone five tickets to £790 for zone one tickets.
Season ticket holders are able to upgrade their season tickets to something called “season ticket +” for £50 which brings with it a raft of benefits. These include unrestricted sharing of the ticket with family and friends, priority to move seats if requested and extra access to buy additional match tickets.
Crystal Palace matchday tickets and single-match tickets: Pricing, availability
Getting single match tickets is the easiest way to get Crystal Palace matchday tickets. The easiest way to get tickets for Crystal Palace matches is through the official Crystal Palace website where fans are able to purchase tickets on a match-by-match basis depending on availability. Prices for single match tickets vary depending on the category of the fixture with matches against high-profile teams costing more than teams against worse teams.
Do I need a membership to buy Crystal Palace tickets?
Some Crystal Palace tickets will go on general sale which means that anyone from the public will be able to purchase matchday tickets without a membership. However, to increase your chances of getting Premier League tickets, particularly for the biggest matches, then you will need to purchase a Crystal Palace membership.
How to get a Crystal Palace membership
To purchase a Crystal Palace membership you will need to visit the official Crystal Palace website. The ticketing section of the website includes information on how to purchase all tickets, including memberships. You will first of all need to create an account on the website and then select which membership type you would like.
There are five different membership types at Crystal Palace. They are Gold (£60), Adult (£25), Junior Gold (£55), Junior (£50) and International (£35/45).
Crystal Palace ticket prices at Selhurst Park
For Premier League matches, there are three categories of tickets. Category A matches are those against the biggest teams in the division including Manchester United and Liverpool while Category C matches are those against traditionally smaller clubs such as Burnley and Luton Town.
Prices for each match vary on the category of the game and where you want to sit in the stadium with the specific costs available only to members. The average cost of a Category A ticket is around £65 while the average cost of a Category C ticket is around £50.
Crystal Palace seating plan at Selhurst Park
Crystal Palace hospitality tickets
There are various hospital packages available at Selhurst Park. There are three hospitality lounges at the ground and they are as follows:
- Speroni's restaurant – Named after Palace legend Julian Speroni, this package costs £325pp and includes a three-course meal and a seat in the director's box.
- Legends restaurant – This lounge overlooks the goalline meaning spectators can enjoy pitch views while dining. This comes in at £225pp.
- The 2010 club – This lounge is the most pricey at £350pp and provides supporters with VIP director's box seats near the dugout as well as a three-course dining experience in an intimate lounge.
Selhurst Park also offers executive boxes for supporters. These boxes overlook the pitch and can be booked out for 10 or 20 people with food and drinks included in the price. A box for ten people comes in at £3250.
Crystal Palace FAQs
How to get to Selhurst Park at Crystal Palace
Getting to Selhurst Hurst Park is straightforward on public transport. There are three train stations less than a mile away (Selhurst, Thornton Heath and Norwood Junction) while the stadium is accessible via multiple different London bus services. The club also encourage supporters to cycle to the stadium and have storage available for free. To find out where this storage is, contact the club's information centre which is located by entrance nine at Selhurst Park.
How can I get Crystal Palace away tickets?
To get Crystal Palace away tickets you will either need to be a season ticket holder at Selhurst Park or have a Gold membership. Juniors who want to get Crystal Palace away tickets will need to either have a season ticket or a Junior Gold membership. If away allocations don't sell out, then tickets will then be made available to other members.
How can I get cheap Crystal Palace tickets?
The best way to get cheap Crystal Palace tickets is to buy them at the earliest opportunity and to pick somewhere in the ground with the cheapest seats. The cheapest seats at Crystal Palace are behind the goals at both ends, however, it is more difficult to get tickets in the Holmesdale Road Stand as that is where the Holmesdale Fanatics sit.
Can I do a Selhurst Park stadium tour?
Selhurst Park stadium tours are available for adults for £22, for over 65s for £18 and for under 18s for £12. Throughout the tour, you will learn about the club's history and see the trophies they have won. You will also be shown the different lounges inside Selhurst Park and the press conference rooms where managers are interviewed after each game. The highlight for most supporters is the tour of the dressing rooms.
How to watch Crystal Palace at home
If you can't get to Selhurst Park then you can still watch plenty of Crystal Palace games at home. Premier League matches are shown on Sky Sports and TNT Sports with Crystal Palace featuring regularly throughout the season on both channels. Highlights of each game can also be watched on the club's official YouTube channel.