Wear your love for South London’s most boisterous football club.
A regular of late in England’s top flight, the fans at Selhurst Park have become famous for their exuberant support. And though trophies have been hard to come by for The Eagles — frequently falling just short of the promised land — that’s not dampened the atmosphere at the club. One of their most memorable recent almost-glories came in during a run the 2016 FA Cup final. Though they would eventually fall short to Manchester United in the final, Palace earn their place their with a gutsy win over Watford in the semifinal. Yannick Bolasie got the Eagles often a brilliant start with a 6th-minute finish, only for Troy Deeney to equalize for the Hornets 10 minutes after halftime. Luckily, Connor Wickham met Pape Souare’s cross just six minutes later and manager Alan Pardew’s men held out for the final half hour to see their first FA Cup final in 26 years.
The match features a design inspired by the origin of the club’s name, the original Crystal Palace Exhibition. On the reverse, the club’s traditional blue and red stripes are punctuated by lofty golden eagles as a nod to the club’s nickname and mascot.