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Thank you to our Palace Aid warm-up top sponsors!

Players will be warming up for Palace Aid in shirts sponsored by seven local businesses. All profits from ticket sales, donations, and sponsorships will go directly towards our efforts to help end youth violence in south London.

This year, players will be warming up for the match wearing tops featuring the logos of seven local businesses who have generously supported Palace Aid with donations towards our cause to help end youth violence in south London. We’d like to extend a huge thank you to all our warm-up top sponsors for their support.

Palace fans will be very familiar with our headline sponsor, The Clifton Arms, the pub closest to Selhurst Park, which has been serving the local community since 1865. Whether you’re there on matchday or not, The Clifton has a welcoming atmosphere and is undoubtedly a massive part of Palace.

The main back-of-shirt sponsor is Paxton Vets, located directly opposite The Clifton. Their Clifton Road and Gipsy Hill clinics have been treating south London’s pets for over 40 years, establishing themselves as a well-known and trusted part of the community.

Paxton Vets said: “Paxton Vets has two practices covering both sides of Crystal Palace, offering veterinary care to furry things with four legs! We are delighted to support anyone with two legs (furry or not) whose aim is to improve the lives of those living around us. Community is so important, which is why we jumped at the chance to support the match. We feel very supported by our neighbours and wanted to give something back.”

One of the top sleeve sponsors is Soapbox London, a bespoke and integrated communications agency representing some of the biggest stars in sport, such as Anthony Joshua, Chloe Kelly, and Luke Littler. The other sleeve sponsor is SBX Studios, a production company and digital content house founded by Heavyweight Champion of the World Anthony Joshua and specialists at Soapbox London.

We’re delighted that The Jolly Sailor, South Norwood’s oldest pub, enjoyed by Palace fans and local people alike, joined as a sponsor and will be appearing on the back of the shirt.

Staff at The Jolly Sailor said: “Being a core focus of our pub, we are extremely proud of the community we have created and also like to support the wider community where possible. With such a great cause, getting involved as a sponsor for this event was a no-brainer!”

The third pub to join as a sponsor is The Prince George in the heart of South Norwood, which offers a variety of food, drinks, entertainment, and sport to our beloved community.

Completing the line-up of our warm-up top sponsors is Addicted 2 Inkz, a custom tattoo and piercing shop located in Thornton Heath. The owner of Addicted 2 Inkz, Ashley Inkz, will be playing as a goalkeeper at Palace Aid.

Ashley said: “We are incredibly proud to give back to our local community. It fills us with a sense of accomplishment and happiness to know that we are part of something so incredible and working alongside others to make our community a better place.”

We are really grateful for the incredible support from our sponsors.

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