Supporter information for Palace clash

Thousands of Wolves supporters will be back on the road this weekend as Nuno Espirito Santo’s side head to Crystal Palace on Sunday afternoon.

A sold-out allocation of more than 3,000 supporters will travel to Selhurst Park for the chance to watch Wolves return to top-flight action.

Matchday information

There is no available parking at the stadium, however there are parking bays for Blue Badge holders in the Sainsbury’s car park and these are available on a first come, first serve basis.

The nearest stations to the stadium are Selhurst, Norwood Junction and Thornton Heath, all of which are within a 10 to 15-minute walk from Selhurst Park. Frequent bus services operate from all directions to the stadium.

Visiting Wolves supporters will be based in the corner of the Arthur Wait Stand, with the visiting turnstiles opening two hours before kick-off and the concourse has its own DJ.

Palace will be running a competition for younger Wolves supporters with Wolves branded prizes to be won, while two supporters under the age of 12 will have the opportunity to take part in the club’s half-time challenge which will take place on the pitch.

The visiting supporter’s ticket office is located at Entrance 4 on Park Road and will be open from 11am for collections and duplicates.

Although there are no pubs in the vicinity to Selhurst Park for Wolves supporters, Palace have a Fan Zone which will be open from 11am where all supporters are welcome on production of a valid matchday ticket.

With the exception of programme sellers, who only accept cash payments, Selhurst Park is a cashless stadium, so supporters will need to make sure they take a debit/credit card with them.

On match days, Palace operate a text alert system for supporters who wish to report any issues/incidents of discriminatory abuse/antisocial behaviour. The number is 07507 477669 and supporters should include the nature of issue/incident and the exact location in the text.

Detailed away supporter information for the visit to Crystal Palace, including details regarding travelling to and from Selhurst Park, can be found here.