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Support CPLFC this Sunday and help set a record crowd!

  Crystal Palace Ladies are hoping to set a new record crowd for their league game against Ipswich this Sunday at Hayes Lane. As part of a whole day of activities celebrating CPLFC’s partnerships with local business and the local community, including the Trust presenting a cheque for £1,000 to help with funds for a […]

CPST meeting with the police – summary

MEETING WITH THE POLICE – CROYDON POLICE STATION – 15 JULY 2014   On15 July 2014 representatives of the Crystal Palace Supporters’ Trust met with Chief Inspector Duncan Slade of Croydon Police and PC Mike Dorans from the Central Football Unit at Scotland Yard.   The meeting was arranged to help better understand policing at football […]

Travel news for Chelsea match

Please be aware there is engineering work on the Brighton/Lewes to London line, meaning buses will replace trains up to Three Bridges. Three Bridges and Brighton will be linked by four non-stop bus services per hour, and four all stations buses per hour in both directions. There will be a slightly reduced service in the […]

CPST statement regarding overseas 38th game proposal

As reported in the media yesterday, the Premier League is exploring the possibility of holding competitive matches overseas. Instead of being the “39th game”, it is envisaged that such a fixture will be part of the 38 game regular season. Once again the idea of potentially huge changes to the game has arisen without any […]

CPST makes donation to Crystal Palace Ladies FC

The Crystal Palace Supporters’ Trust is delighted to announce that it is donating £1,000 to Crystal Palace Ladies (CPLFC) to assist with the funding of a minibus. CPST had been in discussions with CPLFC chairman Richard Spokes for a number of months about the best way the Trust could look to help the Ladies’ club […]