Win a piece of Palace history in the Palace for Life Raffle!
Palace fans have the chance to get their hands on a number of money-can’t-buy pieces of Palace memorabilia by entering the Palace for Life Raffle!
Palace for Life has launched a brand-new Raffle, running until the 30th of November 2022, giving fans the chance to win some special Palace gear, whilst at the same time raising vital funds to support young south Londoners.
To see all prizes, and to enter the raffle, please click here *
*the draw closes on 30th November 2022
Current players including Zaha, Butland, Mateta, and Ward have all donated their boots to put into the raffle, amongst other players past and present. Full squad 2020/21 signed home and away shirts are also in the draw, as well as a signed 2016/17 home shirt that was worn in the all-important 3-0 victory over Arsenal at Selhurst Park that boosted Palace’s survival hopes that season.
Up for grabs in the raffle is:
- 19 signed player shirts
- 8 player boots
- 6 signed squad shirts
- 6 unsigned shirts
- 1 pair of signed gloves
- 1 collection of 6 retro-remake shirts
Tickets are £5 to enter, and fans can buy as many tickets as they like and with 41 prizes in the draw, fans have a good chance of getting hold of a special Palace keepsake!
To see all prizes and to enter, click here.
All money from tickets raised will be going towards our work to support young people in south London.
As the official charity of Crystal Palace F.C., the Palace for Life Foundation aims to transform the lives of thousands of young south Londoners a year.
But why do we need your help? Because south London is a hotbed of talent but growing up here continues to be tougher than ever. But with your support, we can help young people in our area get every opportunity to succeed, through tried and tested programmes that:
- Give free sporting activities for those from most disadvantaged areas
- Kick start youngers into their future careers
- Divert young south Londoners away from crime and gangs
Because excellence doesn’t die in south London, it’s where it’s made.
To enter the draw, head here