Selhurst Park Stadium

How to get to Selhurst Park Stadium

Although there is a Crystal Palace train station, it’s two miles from the stadium, so it’s not the best option for travelling there. Rather than taking the train to Crystal Palace railway station, instead take a train to Selhurst, Thornton Heath or Norwood Junction. Each of these stations is roughly a 15-minute walk from Selhurst Park.

If you’re coming from London Euston station, take the Northern Underground line to London Bridge, then transfer onto a Southern train to Norwood Junction station. You can then walk the final 15 minutes to the station, for a total journey time of roughly 50 minutes.

Alternatively, there’s parking at the stadium if you wish to travel by car, or you can cycle and take advantage of the free bike storage at Selhurst Park, which opens three hours before kick-off.

What to do at Selhurst Park Stadium

Selhurst Park is the home of Crystal Palace and is where the Premier League team play all of their home games. The ground also hosts international football games, and as well as Crystal Palace FC, it was home to Charlton Athletic from 1985 to 19991, and Wimbledon FC from 1991 to 2003.

About Selhurst Park Stadium

Located in Croydon, Selhurst Park was designed by Scottish architect Archibald Leitch and was opened in August 1924. The stadium has a total capacity of 25,456 across 4 stands, including the Arthur Wait Stand, named after the former club chairman, and the Main Stand, which includes the Directors Box.

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