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Crystal Palace 2013-2014 Fixtures and Results

Crystal Palace Football Club is an English professional football club based in South Norwood, London. During the 2012-13 Football League season, Palace finished fifth and gained promotion to the Premier League through the play-offs. Their colours are red and blue, although they had adopted a claret and pale blue strip of Aston Villa in their early years and later played in white shirts inspired by Real Madrid. The club was founded at The Crystal Palace in 1905 to introduce a team to the local population, who regularly supported the FA Cup Final in sizeable numbers. Failing to gain election to the Football League, palace instead joined the Southern Football League Second Division, playing home games at the Crystal Palace, inspiration for the club’s initial nickname, “The Glaziers”. Palace won the division and promotion in their first season, and played in the Southern League First Division for the next fifteen years.

In 1920, the Southern League Division One formed the Football League Third Division. Palace won the division and gained promotion to the Second Division, where they spent four seasons before suffering relegation to the Third Division South. In 1958, a league re-organisation saw Palace become founder members of Division Four. Over the next eleven years, the club moved from the lowest rung of English Football to the highest, reaching the First Division in 1968. In 1973, the club modernised its image, changing the nickname from the glaziers to “The Eagles” and ending the 68-year association with claret and blue by introducing the red-and-blue vertical stripes now associated with the club. The club stabilised itself in the top two divisions with successive promotions in 1977 and 1979. The period from 1989-91 saw Steve Coppell guide the team to a FA Cup final and third place in the First Division. Palace became founder members of the Premier League in 1992, but was relegated to the same season. Palace entered administration in both 2000 and 2010, and is now owned by a consortium of four. The club achieved promotion back to the Premier League under manager Ian Holloway with a 1-0 win over Watford in the Football League play-offs in May 2013.

Crystal Palace 2013-2014 Fixtures and Results

August
18 Aug, 13:30 Crystal Palace  0 – 1  Tottenham Hotspur Premier League
24 Aug, 15:00 Stoke City  2 – 1  Crystal Palace Premier League
27 Aug, 19:45 Bristol City  2 – 1  Crystal Palace League Cup
31 Aug, 17:30 Crystal Palace  3 – 1  Sunderland Premier League
September
14 Sep, 12:45 Manchester United  2 – 0  Crystal Palace Premier League
22 Sep, 13:30 Crystal Palace  0 – 2  Swansea City Premier League
28 Sep, 15:00 Southampton  2 – 0  Crystal Palace Premier League
October
LIVE! Liverpool  3 – 0  Crystal Palace Premier League
21 Oct, 20:00 Crystal Palace  v  Fulham Premier League
26 Oct, 12:45 Crystal Palace  v  Arsenal Premier League
November
2 Nov, 15:00 West Bromwich Albion  v  Crystal Palace Premier League
9 Nov, 15:00 Crystal Palace  v  Everton Premier League
23 Nov, 15:00 Hull City  v  Crystal Palace Premier League
30 Nov, 15:00 Norwich City  v  Crystal Palace Premier League
December
3 Dec, 20:00 Crystal Palace  v  West Ham United Premier League
7 Dec, 15:00 Crystal Palace  v  Cardiff City Premier League
14 Dec, 15:00 Chelsea  v  Crystal Palace Premier League
21 Dec, 15:00 Crystal Palace  v  Newcastle United Premier League
26 Dec, 15:00 Aston Villa  v  Crystal Palace Premier League
28 Dec, 15:00 Manchester City  v  Crystal Palace Premier League
January
1 Jan, 15:00 Crystal Palace  v  Norwich City Premier League
11 Jan, 15:00 Tottenham Hotspur  v  Crystal Palace Premier League
18 Jan, 15:00 Crystal Palace  v  Stoke City Premier League
28 Jan, 20:00 Crystal Palace  v  Hull City Premier League
February
1 Feb, 15:00 Arsenal  v  Crystal Palace Premier League
8 Feb, 15:00 Crystal Palace  v  West Bromwich Albion Premier League
12 Feb, 19:45 Everton  v  Crystal Palace Premier League
22 Feb, 15:00 Crystal Palace  v  Manchester United Premier League
March
1 Mar, 15:00 Swansea City  v  Crystal Palace Premier League
8 Mar, 15:00 Crystal Palace  v  Southampton Premier League
15 Mar, 15:00 Sunderland  v  Crystal Palace Premier League
22 Mar, 15:00 Newcastle United  v  Crystal Palace Premier League
29 Mar, 15:00 Crystal Palace  v  Chelsea Premier League
April
5 Apr, 15:00 Cardiff City  v  Crystal Palace Premier League
12 Apr, 15:00 Crystal Palace  v  Aston Villa Premier League
19 Apr, 15:00 West Ham United  v  Crystal Palace Premier League
26 Apr, 15:00 Crystal Palace  v  Manchester City Premier League
May
3 May, 15:00 Crystal Palace  v  Liverpool Premier League
11 May, 15:00 Fulham  v  Crystal Palace Premier League

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