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Selhurst Park to be redeveloped as Crystal Palace with £75 to £100 million investment



Selhurst Park to be redeveloped as Crystal Palace with £75 to £100 million investment




Selhurst Park

Estimated Cost:

£75 to £100 Million



Selhurst Park creating a new Crystal Palace for a new era, the investment will probably be between £75 million to £100 million


The New Stadium includes many new features, including more general admission seats, new corporate facilities, improved disabled access and a club museum.

This is a reimagination and redevelopment of the whole of the stadium. At the heart of the development will be a new Crystal Palace, which will be five storeys high, but that isn’t where the story ends.

“We want to make the pitch regulation size so it is FIFA and UEFA compliant so we can host internationals or European games, and we will remove the TV gantry in the Arthur Wait Stand which will massively improve the sightlines. We will connect the Main Stand into the executive boxes in the Whitehorse Lane Stand and the Holmesdale to get that bowl environment that we know works so well to enhance our atmosphere.

“Corporate hospitality will be expanded with new boxes along the Main Stand, but there’s something for everyone. There will be more general admission which will help us keep ticket prices down as much as we can, and we’ll improve all of the disabled facilities to be absolutely compliant and make sure that all types of supporter can enjoy coming to Selhurst Park.”

Crystal Palace FC is committed to improving accessibility and facilities for fans with disabilities attending Selhurst Park

•  Wheelchair capacity has increased from 57 to 128, and Selhurst Park now has 289 accessible seats
•  Improved toilet facilities for fans with disabilities, including
•  11 Ambulant toilets across all four stands
•  4 improved and 1 new wheelchair accessible toilets in Arthur Wait stand
•  2 improved wheelchair accessible toilets in Holmesdale Road stand
•  1 new wheelchair accessible toilet in Main stand
•  1 improved wheelchair accessible toilets in Whitehorse Lane stand
•  A new large changing room in the Holmesdale Road end has been built, and an additional combined toilet/changing facility in the Main Stand
•  A new, fully compliant accessible Sensory Room for supporters with autism or sensory impairments has been built in the Whitehorse Lane stand. There is an additional Sensory Room with pitch view upon request prior to a matchday.
•  Improved ramped access to the main entrance and Fanzone, and improved signage and lower serving counters throughout the Stadium.

There are 2.8 million people in south London and we’re the only Premier League club there. It would be incongruous of us to think that with the optimism you can build around something like this. Even if the crowd we took to the FA Cup final turned up every week, we would fill it.”