Team manager:  Frank de Boer
Team stadium: Selhurst Park
Team captain: Mile Jedinak
Number of championships: Football League Championship (First Division/Second Division) – 2 times; Third Division – 1 time; South Regional League – 1 time; South "D" Wartime League – 1 time; Southern Football League Division Two – 1 time.
Number of Cup wins: Full Members Cup -1 time; London Challenge Cup – 1 time.
Formed in: 1905
Nickname: Eagles
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Crystal Palace History

Crystal Palace – Background

Crystal Palace is an English professional football club, currently playing in the Premier League. The club is based in South Norwood, London. Crystal Palace was officially formed in 1905; however, an amateur club by the same name had already been formed at the Crystal Palace exhibition building in 1861. This club was one of the founders of the Football Association and even competed in the first FA Cup. However, the club later disappeared from historical records. In 1895, the FA Cup adopted the Crystal Palace as a venue for the FA Cup final. Wishing to draw more tourists to the spot, the owners of the building eventually came up with the idea to form their own team. The club was initially formed under the name "The Glaziers". As the club didn't make it to the Football League at that time, it started competing in the Southern League Second Division. However, its success over the following years led to several promotions until it reached the Football League Second Division in 1920-21. During this period, the club had won the London Challenge Cup three times. However, later on, they were relegated again, and remained in Division Three South until 1957-58, and later in the newly formed Fourth Division. After appointment of new manager Arthur Rowe in 1960-61, the club began improving once again and achieved several successive promotions, until it reached the First Division in 1968-69, where it stayed until 1973. The following two decades saw the team relegated and promoted back several times; however, in 1992-93 it finished tenth in the league, allowing it to become one of the founding members of the Premier League. Later in the 1990s the club was relegated again, earning it the reputation of a "yo-yo club". From 2000 onward, the club experienced financial troubles, and was placed in administration several times. In 2010, several wealthy fans purchased the club. In 2012, the club climbed back into the Premier League and stayed there since.

Titles won in Britain

Crystal Palace has won the Football League Championship (First Division/Second Division) twice (most recently in 1993-94); the Third Division once (in 1920-21); the South Regional League once (in 1940-41); the South "D" Wartime League once (in 1939-40); and the Southern Football League Division Two once (in 1905-06).

Titles Won in Europe

To date, Crystal Palace has not won any titles in Europe.

Crystal Palace's Most Successful Period

The club's most successful period was the 1990s. During that time, it was managed by Steve Coppell (its best manager to date), and boasted several great achievements: runners up for the FA Cup in 1990, winning the Full Members Cup in 1990-91, placing third in the First Division in 1990-91, winning the Football League Championship in 1993-94, and winnin the play-off in 1996-97.

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