Posts Tagged: Selhurst Park

Take to the field at your teams’ ground: introducing ‘Play With A Legend’

Matthew Le Tissier taking part in play with a legend at the St Marys' Stadium Southampton

Have you ever wanted to grace the turf at your teams ground alongside one of your heroes? Well thanks to ‘Play With a Legend’ now you can! With an increasing number of events up and down the 92 there could be the opportunity for you to realise a childhood dream. We caught up with Lucas from ‘Play With A Legend’ to find out more. Groundsman: We love the concept of ‘Play With a Legend’ – how did the idea come about? Lucas: Co-founders Josh Landy and Perry Groves worked together in TV Sports Production and teamed up to organise for… Read more »

92 before 30 – Selhurst Park Crystal Palace

Selhurst Park Crystal Palace v Manchester City

Blogger Katie recounts a trip to the Selhurst Park, the home of Crystal Palace as she continues her journey to reach the 92 club before turning 30. Ground: Selhurst Park Game: Crystal Palace 0-1 Manchester City Date: 12/09/2015 Thoughts on the ground: Selhurst Park is a traditional old ground with 4 big stands very close to the pitch. The away fans are located in the Arthur Wait stand which holds nearly 10,000 fans. My issue with this stand (being the titch that I am) is that the rows are fairly shallow so if there’s anyone stood in front of me… Read more »

Tim Dove ticks off Selhurst Park

Crystal Palace Newcastle league cup 2014 extra time

Blogger Tim Dove enters the final furlong of his 92 with a visit to Selhurst Park, the home of Crystal Palace. Ground: Selhurst Park 82/92 Game: Crystal Palace 2-3 Newcastle AET Date: 24/09/2014 Thoughts on the ground: Located just a short walk from the Selhurst train station Selhurst Park feels like a traditional ground but has obviously seen recent redevelopment. The stands behind the goal are the most recently re-developed at the ground. The two-tiered Holmesdale Road Stand at one end is where the noisiest home fans sit. This stand has a large lower tier, with a smaller upper tier… Read more »