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Crystal Palace historic record

Crystal Palace have never been champions of England, with their best Division One finish of third coming in 1991, just before the dawn of the Premier League era.

They have, however, twice won the second tier title, with their successes coming in 1979 and 1994.

Palace have also reached the second step of the podium twice in the FA Cup, finishing as runners-up in 2016 and 1990 at Wembley Stadium.

The 2019/20 season marked their seventh successive campaign in the EPL, following eight years of exile and financial troubles in the Championship.

A best finish of tenth in 2015 represents the high water mark in the league standings in that time, with the south London side usually found lurking in the lower mid-table region come the end of the season.

While the trophy cupboard is hardly overflowing, the Eagles have at least not dipped lower than the second tier of English football since their promotion from Division Three in 1977.

About Crystal Palace

Crystal Palace are an English Premier League football team based in south London.

The Eagles have become regulars in the EPL in recent years, having sealed promotion from the second tier Championship via the play-offs in 2013.

Palace play their soccer at Selhurst Park, their home stadium since 1924, having been founded in 1905.

Local rivalries have been hard to come by for Crystal Palace at Premier League level, although they retain a derby with top flight foes Brighton as well as London tussles against the likes of Chelsea, West Ham, Arsenal and Tottenham.

Financial difficulties and boardroom tumult threatened Palace’s second tier status before their on-field turnaround, largely spurred on under the charge of hard-bitten boss Neil Warnock.

Veteran coach Roy Hodgson went into the 2019/20 season with the task of building on successive mid-table Premier League finishes in the preceding years, with the Eagles looking to soar into the top half of the EPL.