LOVE FOOTBALL, PROTECT THE GAME
A safe matchday environment for all is vital for protecting the game we love.
Supporters are reminded to keep off the Selhurst Park pitch at all times. Perpetrators may be prosecuted.
Recent pitch invasions have resulted in football bans (both domestically and abroad); police prosecution; and criminal records, which can impact employment, education and international travel.
From fans, to stewards and players, we all have a role to play in keeping each other safe on matchdays – so please be mindful of your fellow fans.
For the safety of all supporters, it is illegal to use flares, flash bangs and other pyrotechnics at the stadium.
Supporters are also reminded that smoking and the use of e-cigarettes is prohibited inside Selhurst Park.
To challenge the totally unacceptable presence of football tragedy abuse, this season, tough new measures have been introduced which will see people who are found guilty of offences face stadium bans and criminal prosecution.
Strong measures remain in place to tackle antisocial and criminal behaviours within grounds, including throwing objects, drug use and discriminatory behaviour.
Please respect our staff at all times. Abuse of staff will not be tolerated.
Crystal Palace’s matchday programme for the visit of Everton is a special edition issue marking Remembrance weekend.
Also included is an in-depth interview with Nathaniel Clyne on his 200 Crystal Palace appearances, and all your favourite regular features.
Our special edition cover includes four unique collectible cards – the latest in our Selhurst Starz collection – which this week include four former Palace heroes who lost their lives during the First World War.
Nathaniel Clyne also speaks in-depth about making his 200th appearance for the club – as well as revealing an unexpected lifelong ambition…
“I was quite surprised how well I adapted,” the Palace man said of his first-team debut 15 years ago. “Even in the youth team, I wouldn’t say I was rated that highly – I wasn’t really talked about.
“Even some fans used to say: ‘We hadn’t really heard of you’. I think that’s what kept me going.”
You can buy a copy of the Everton programme from vendors around the ground for just £3.50.
Alternatively, you can read the digital version on cpfc.co.uk from 15:00 Friday, 10th November.
And remember, all Gold, Junior Eagles Gold and International Members receive free digital copies of the programme in their inbox before every home match this season.