Crystal Palace is a Barclays Premier League club from South Norwood in London. The team plays its home games at Selhurst Park, which has a capacity of 25,456, the sixth smallest stadium in the Premier League of 2016/17 and the smallest of all five stadiums located within London. The team is managed by 55-year old English manager Alan Pardew, who joined the club after a four-season stint at Newcastle United. The club celebrated 111 years of history in September 2016, as it was founded on the 10th September 1905. In the 2015/16 season, the team finished 15th in the Barclays Premier League table.
The football kits of Crystal Palace are manufactured by Macron, an Italian sportswear manufacturer from Bologna. The body of the home football shirt is blue, with the sides and sleeves being red. The shirt is complemented by blue home shorts and blue home socks, both having red stripes on the sides.
The away shirt has a yellow base colour and has a red and blue sash going across the body. The collar of the away shirt is a mixture of red and blue. The away shorts and socks, as can be seen in the picture, are yellow.