There are two options for trains to Selhurst Park. Selhurst and Thornton Heath stations are both nearby, and are linked to central London by services from London Victoria and London Bridge via Clapham Junction. The journey from central London takes roughly 25 minutes. From Thornton Heath it's a 15-minute walk; head down High Street and turn left onto Whitehorse Lane at the roundabout. Selhurst station is slightly closer, simply head up Selhurst Road (follow the banners on the lamposts!) and turn left onto Park Road.
You can also reach Selhurst Park from Norwood Junction, which is served by trains from London Bridge, London Victoria and Sutton, as well as the London Overground line between Dalston Junction and South Croydon.
For more information on visiting Selhurst Park, take a look at Crystal Palace FC's official website.
Selhurst Park is the home of Crystal Palace FC, and lies in the south London suburb of South Norwood. The stadium opened in 1924, and over the years it has also been the home of Charlton Athletic and FC Wimbledon. The capacity of the stadium is 26,000, but the atmosphere created by Crystal Palace fans can make it feel a lot busier - dressed in the club's distinctive red and blue strip, they bring a huge amount of colour and passion to home matches.
It is perhaps due to Selhurst Park's relatively small size that Crystal Palace decided to restrict home tickets to club members, and add other restrictions relating to top category games. That means catching a match at Selhurst Park as a neutral is a difficult proposition, but for those that meet the requirements set by the club, tickets for category B matches start at £25.
Beyond football, the club rents out stadium facilities for corporate meetings, weddings and other events. There are currently no stadium tours available, although Selhurst Park does contain a nightclub and a club shop. The latter is open daily from 9am until 5.30pm (match day restrictions apply).