January 2025 Desktop Calendar

Download desktop wallpaper for Palace’s 24/25 Premier League fixtures

The Eagles start the fresh season in west London, facing Brentford at the Gtech Community Stadium at 14:00 BST on Sunday, 18th August. The match will be broadcast live in the United Kingdom on Sky Sports.

January  Desktop Wallpaper Calendar - CalendarLabs
January Desktop Wallpaper Calendar – CalendarLabs

Palace’s first home fixture of the campaign is another capital clash, with West Ham United – recently defeated 5-2 at Selhurst Park – the first visitors to SE25 of the campaign in a match currently scheduled for Saturday, 24th August.

A trip to Chelsea the following weekend (Saturday 31st August) concludes the opening month of the campaign, before back-to-back home fixtures against newly-promoted Leicester City (Saturday, 14th September) and Erik ten Hag’s Manchester United (Saturday 21st September).

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January Calendar Desktop Wallpaper EntheosWeb

Our first match outside of London falls away to Everton – likely our last visit to Goodison Park in its final season – on Saturday, 28th September, before we host Merseyside rivals Liverpool the following weekend.

Those on the look-out for a rivalry will have noted Palace’s away game against Brighton & Hove Albion on Saturday, 14th December, and return fixture at Selhurst on Saturday, 5th April 2025.

January  Desktop Wallpaper Calendar - CalendarLabs
January Desktop Wallpaper Calendar – CalendarLabs

The festive period sees us welcome Arsenal (Saturday, 21st December); Southampton (Sunday, 29th December); and Chelsea (Saturday, 4th January) to Selhurst Park, as well as travel to Bournemouth on Boxing Day (Thursday, 26th December).

Our 2024/25 season will conclude at Anfield, facing Liverpool away on the final day of the season (16:00 BST on Sunday, 25th May 2025).

In keeping with previous commitments made to clubs to address the congested schedule across Christmas and New Year, arrangements will be made to allow more rest time over three of the festive match rounds, with no club playing within 60 hours of another match. There will be no fixture scheduled on Christmas Eve.

The mid-season break has also been removed from the calendar to allow a mid-August start date for the 2024/25 Premier League.

This longer summer break allows all Premier League clubs to be better able to ensure that players get a consecutive three-week break in the summer. This takes into account expert advice from medical and technical departments, which values a longer period of complete rest in the summer rather than a short break in the winter.

In the United Kingdom, 128 Premier League matches will be broadcast on Sky Sports, 52 on TNT Sports and 20 on Amazon Prime Video. Broadcast selections have been confirmed for the first round of matches, with the remainder of August and September’s picks to follow nearer to the season.

In the meantime, every Palace fixture is added automatically to the Palace app, which will also notify you of any fixture changes as soon as they happen. You can download it for free here.

How to get Palace tickets in 2024/25

The best way to get match tickets throughout 2024/25 is with a Palace Membership. These will go on sale in late June or early July, so keep an eye out on cpfc.co.uk, the official app and our social media channels for more information.

Premium hospitality tickets will also go on sale in the coming weeks, but you can register your interest and be added to the waiting list by enquiring now.

Take a look at the key dates for your diary this summer here.

Crystal Palace’s 2024/25 Premier League fixtures

Please note, all fixtures are subject to change, with all times listed in UK time.

August Sunday, 18th August: Brentford v Palace (14:00) Saturday, 24th August: Palace v West Ham (15:00) Saturday, 31st August: Chelsea v Palace (15:00) September Saturday, 14th September: Palace v Leicester (15:00) Saturday, 21st September: Palace v Manchester United (15:00) Saturday, 28th September: Everton v Palace (15:00) October Saturday, 5th October: Palace v Liverpool (15:00) Saturday, 19th October: Nottingham Forest v Palace (15:00) Saturday, 26th October: Palace v Tottenham (15:00) November Saturday, 2nd November: Wolves v Palace (15:00) Saturday, 9th November: Palace v Fulham (15:00) Saturday, 23rd November: Aston Villa v Palace (15:00) Saturday, 30th November: Palace v Newcastle (15:00) December Tuesday, 3rd December: Ipswich v Palace (19:45) Saturday, 7th December: Palace v Manchester City (15:00) Saturday, 14th December: Brighton v Palace (15:00) Saturday, 21st December: Palace v Arsenal (15:00) Thursday, 26th December: Bournemouth v Palace (15:00) Sunday, 29th December: Palace v Southampton (15:00) January Saturday, 4th January: Palace v Chelsea (15:00) Tuesday, 14th January: Leicester v Palace (19:45) Saturday, 18th January: West Ham v Palace (15:00) Saturday, 25th January: Palace v Brentford (15:00) February Saturday, 1st February: Manchester United v Palace (15:00) Saturday, 15th February: Palace v Everton (15:00) Saturday, 22nd February: Fulham v Palace (15:00) Tuesday, 25th February: Palace v Aston Villa (20:00) March Saturday, 8th March: Palace v Ipswich (15:00) Saturday, 15th March: Newcastle v Palace (15:00) April Wednesday, 2nd April: Southampton v Palace (19:45) Saturday, 5th April: Palace v Brighton (15:00) Saturday, 12th April: Manchester City v Palace (15:00) Saturday, 19th April: Palace v Bournemouth (15:00) Saturday, 26th April: Arsenal v Palace (15:00) May Saturday, 3rd May: Palace v Nottingham Forest (15:00) Saturday, 10th May: Tottenham v Palace (15:00) Sunday, 18th May: Palace v Wolves (15:00) Sunday, 25th May: Liverpool v Palace (16:00)