Selhurst Park hosted its first ever game back in 1924 and has been the home of Crystal Palace FC ever since, thus establishing itself as a key landmark in the South London Borough of Croydon.
There are numerous public transport links in place which provide supporters with easy access to and from the stadium, as well as options for those looking to drive to the ground. So if you’re on the lookout for the fastest and cheapest way to visit Selhurst Park, take a look at this helpful Liftshare guide.
How to get to Selhurst Park
The area around the stadium is well served by a range of bus routes, with the 130, 468, N68 and x68 services running along Whitehorse Lane – providing easy access to central London. For a full overview of bus stops around the stadium and central London, visit the Transport for London website
Selhurst Park is within walking distance of no less than three train stations; Thornton Heath, Selhurst and Norwood. All three service central London stations, as well as surrounding towns and areas.
From Thornton Heath, take a left along Brigstock Road and then a left on to Whitehorse Lane – the stadium will be on your right. From Selhurst, head north along Selhurst Road then take a left on to Clifton Road. Those arriving at Norwood should follow Station Road, head left on Selhurst Road and then finally take a right along Park Road.
Those with a sat nav should use the SE25 5EX postcode for Selhurst Park, however, please note that there is no parking available at the ground, whilst surrounding residential streets are subject to strict parking and traffic restrictions before, during and immediately after the match.
Lift share to and from Selhurst Park
Looking to save money on your journey to and from Selhurst Park? A car share arrangement could be just the ticket, enabling you to invite fellow supporters to hop into your passenger seats and thereby split the cost of fuel and parking. Car sharing is becoming increasingly popular across the UK, and is also a great way to meet new people whilst enjoying the benefits of cheap travel. And if you’re visiting from out of town, it’s also a convenient and affordable way to check out some of London’s top sights