Mansion Group is delighted to announce new partnership with Crystal Palace Football Club as its new Official Main Sponsor 10 July 2015 Global online gaming business, Mansion Group, have been confirmed as the Official Main Sponsor of Crystal Palace FC in a move that will see them working closely with the Premier League team, across a broad spectrum of commercial activities.
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Everton are back at home this weekend for the visit of Crystal Palace in an early kick-off that affords them the opportunity to vault themselves into the conversation around European qualification. The Blues can move up to seventh in the table and level on points with sixth place Sheffield United before the rest of their immediate rivals in the table play their games over two weekends that.
The original Crystal Palace FC was formed by members of the Crystal Palace Cricket Club (formed 1857) in 1861, both tenants of the Crystal Palace Company who ran the former Great Exhibition building and associated park after it was relocated from Hyde Park to Sydenham in 1852. An influential club in the formative years of association football, Palace were founder members of the FA and took.
AFC Bournemouth v Crystal Palace - Premier League. Hodgson - who became the oldest manager in Premier League history last year at the age of 72 - took a Crystal Palace side entrenched in the relegation zone when he arrived at Selhurst Park and helped establish them as regulars in mid-table.
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The race for European football continues on Monday night as Crystal Palace take on Burnley at Selhurst Park. The pair have experienced incredibly similar returns to Premier League football, both recording wins against relegation-threatened opposition, while also receiving a thumping at the hands of the Premier League’s top sides in their other fixture.
The Crystal Palace: FA Cup Final 1914, Burnley v Liverpool. Following the War, the Clarets continued to make their mark on the domestic game and in the 1920-21 season the team enjoyed a remarkable unbeaten run of 30 league matches as they led the club to an inaugural First Division title, having been runners-up the previous season.