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Crystal Palace partners with PUMA

Crystal Palace Football Club has announced a new partnership with PUMA, who will become the club’s official kit supplier from the 2018/19 season.

The new team kits were revealed on Wednesday night at an event for supporters at Boxpark Croydon, attended by manager Roy Hodgson and the entire playing squad.

The home kit is the "Palace Fade Stripe", which is a take on the traditional red and blue stripes. It was modelled at a club photo shoot by first-team stars, Wilfried Zaha, Christian Benteke, Luka Milivojevic, Patrick van Aanholt and club captain Jason Puncheon.

Palace stadium plans approved

Crystal Palace has been given the go ahead to proceed with its £100m stadium redevelopment.

Croydon Council approved the plans, which will see the stadium increase its capacity of Selhurst Park from 26,000 to 34,000. The plans see a complete overhaul of the existing Main Stand, which will be replaced with a new five-storey structure.

Crystal Palace unveils new stadium plans

Premier League side Crystal Palace has unveiled new plans to redevelop its home ground, Selhurst Park.

Club chairman Steve Parish announced the plans, expected to cost between £75m and £100m, which will increase capacity at the London-based ground from 26,000 to over 34,000.

The stadium has been home to the Eagles since 1924, with the renovation also providing new facilities for the community and look to transform the matchday experience for supporters.

Crystal Palace signs Apollo Tyres

Crystal Palace FC has signed Apollo Tyres as the official tyre partner of the club, who will have a presence at all the club’s Premier League and domestic cup matches throughout the partnership.

The agreement will also provide Crystal Palace with opportunities to engage its fanbase with new initiatives, while Apollo Tyres will run a series of campaigns that will include social media, consumer events and exclusive content.

Utilita Energy expands Palace partnership

Independent energy supplier, Utilita Energy, has confirmed it is significantly increasing its partnership with Premier League side Crystal Palace.

Utilita will continue as the club’s official energy partner for a second season of the men's team – as well as remaining official shirt sponsor of Crystal Palace Ladies FC. In addition, the company will have an increased presence within the local community as an official partner of the Palace for Life Foundation.

EA Sports signs with Crystal Palace

EA Sports has partnered with Crystal Palace Football Club to become the official video game partner for 2016/17.

As part of the sponsorship, EA Sports will have its brand on the club’s academy shirts and junior size clothing from the club shop.

In addition, the club’s fan zone at the Selhurst Park will now include FIFA 17 game pods and its EA dugout as well as an exclusive FIFA 17 pack sleeve and competitions.

Crystal Palace appoints Joanne Budd

Crystal Palace Football Club has announced the appointment of Joanne Budd as head of PR and media relations.

Joanne is currently head of media operations at The Football Association (FA), where she has worked on the organisation’s public-facing communications for over two decades. She joins Palace in August ahead of the new Premier League season, after this summer’s European Championships in France, where she is currently managing media operations for Roy Hodgson and the England squad.

Palace confirms American investment

Premier League side Crystal Palace has confirmed American businessmen David Blitzer and Josh Harris have acquired a large stake in the football club.

The pair will join chairman Steve Parish in control at the club, with the chairman stating that the shareholders had agreed an “initial £50m injection of capital” to develop Selhurst Park – the club’s stadium.

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