The Eagles looked in serious danger of being relegated from the top flight after a disastrous start last term, but Roy Hodgson replaced Frank de Boer and arrested the decline to keep the south London club up.
Palace's impressive form late on last season earned them an 11th-place finish, and the club can look forward with renewed hope as the 2-18-19 campaign approaches.
Hodgson's men are not facing any big hitters in pre-season, but Palace fans will be hoping that a steady summer will put them in good stead as they bid to avoid another relegation battle.
Crystal Palace's pre-season fixtures home and abroad
|Date||Opponent||Kick-off (UK)||TV Coverage||Stadium|
|July 12||FC Helsingor 2-2 Palace||17:30||N/A||Helsingor Stadium|
|July 16||Halmstads BK 1-6 Palace||17:30||N/A||Orjans Vall|
|July 21||Oxford United||15:00||N/A||Kassam Stadium|
|July 28||Reading||15:00||N/A||Madejski Stadium|
|July 29||Toulouse||16:00||N/A||Selhurst Park|
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