Personalised Football Calendar - Crystal Palace
Terrific Gift Idea For Fans Of The Eagles!
Crystal Palace used to be known as 'the Glaziers', as the club originally played it's football at Glass Palace - a former athletics centre, located at top of Sydenham Hill. When World War One broke out, the club was forced to leave the stadium and so the team relocated to it's current home, Selhurst Park. At the end of the 1960s, Crystal Palace enjoyed it's first period in football's top flight and following a new image and crest, the side soon became nicknamed the Eagles. Qualification to the highest league would become frequent, even after the club was hit by financial problems in the 1990s and forced into a period of administration.
Our Personalised Crystal Palace Calendars are a unique gift idea that look back over some of the club's finest moments from the past fifty years. Including twelve match reports from our newspaper archives, these A3 Calendars provide a wonderful walk down memory lane every single month and they are also a useful way to organise your schedule.
Our Personalised Crystal Palace Calendars contain reports on a fantastic mixture of entertaining games and significant matches.
Highlights of the A3 Calendar include stories about the final league matches of the 1997 and 2004 seasons. Played against Sheffield United and West Ham respectively, Crystal Palace won both games to guarantee the club promotion to the Premiership. We also incorporate FA Cup success against Sunderland from 1976 and two classic cup victories of 1990, versus Premier League giants Liverpool and Arsenal. The Liverpool match in particular was a phenomenal occasion and it has been described by Crystal Palace fans as the club's finest ever performance. The Eagles would win the game 4-3 in the 109th minute thanks to a Alan Pardew header and progress to the FA Cup Final.
Other great Crystal Palace matches featured in your Calendar Gift include a 1-0 victory against Manchester United in 1980, a 3-1 win against Chelsea in 1993 and a second triumph against Liverpool - this time from the 1999/2000 season. With two exciting thrashings of Portsmouth also recounted, every report in your Personalised Calendar will bring back magnificent memories of a terrific Crystal Palace triumph.
Calendar Contents At A Glance
Our Crystal Palace Football Calendar contains the following reproduced newspaper reports:
9th September 1965 - 'At Last! Cheers for Kevan the Great' (Crystal Palace beat Portsmouth 4-1)
10th November 1970 - 'Penalty ends Arsenal's Cup hopes' (Crystal Palace beat Arsenal 0-2)
7th March 1976 - 'Taylor burst rocks Roker' (Crystal palace beat Sunderland 0-1
2nd November 1980 - 'Walley..The Palace King' (Crystal Palace beat Manchester United 1-0)
9th April 1990 - 'Palace Princes' (Crystal Palace beat Liverpool 4-3)
7th January 1993 - 'Copp That!' (Crystal Palace beat Chelsea 3-1)
29th August 1993 - 'Palace Coup' (Crystal Palace beat Portsmouth 5-1
27th May 1997 - 'Cop Step and Jump' (Crystal Palace beat Sheffield United 1-0. Promoted to Premiership)
11th January 2000 - 'Rubins in Liverpool brush-off' (Crystal Palace beat Liverpool 2-1)
11th August 2002 - 'Trev hails his Kabba' (Crystal Palace beat Preston 1-2)
30th May 2004 - 'Palace clinch last Premiership place' (Crystal Palace beat West Ham 1-0. Promoted to Premiership)
28th February 2005 - 'Johnson's spot prize' (Crystal Palace beat Birmingham 2-0)
Alternative Crystal Palace Football Gifts
We also have an exciting selection of alternative football gifts that are designed especially for fans of the Eagles. These include our Personalised Crystal Palace Diaries and a unique Personalised Crystal Palace Football Book, which is smartly presented and can be treasured for years to come. Other more general football presents include our Ultimate Football Fan Gift Sets and our Spoof Football Headlines.
I Just Love It also has a range of attractive Personalised Image Calendars that cover a variety of themes, such as Best Dad, Football, Golf, Rugby and our popular Sci-Fi edition. Each A3 Calendar includes twelve colourful photographs, all of which cleverly incorporate your recipient's name.