Palace legends together again for charity game against Addicks
PLAYERS and managers from yesteryear will meet at Warlingham Sports Club on Sunday for a special fundraising match between Crystal Palace and Charlton Athletic legends.
A host of former players from both sides have committed to the event, which will see the likes of Chris Coleman, Richard Shaw and Steve Kember don an Eagles shirt once again.
Former Palace manager Steve Coppell is also due to attend alongside Simon Rodger and Eric Young, among many others from the club's glorious past. The match will kick off at 2.30pm, with other activities including a manager's masters five-a-side, a fireman's car wash and a Soccer AM style crossbar challenge at half time.
There will also be the chance to meet the players, while there will be a bar, beer and Pimm's tents, a bouncy castle and live music, among other things.
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Tickets are priced at £6 for adults (including a match programme) and £3 for children, with proceeds from the day going to the Fountain Centre, based at the Royal Surrey County Hospital in Guildford.
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The two squads for the match include the following Palace and Charlton legends:
PALACE: Steve Coppell, Steve Kember, Chris Coleman, Eric Young, Marc Edworthy, Ian Cox, Russell Edwards, Richard Shaw, Simon Osborn, Simon Rodger, Bobby Bowry, Phil Barber, Grant Watts, Jamie Moralee, Danny Boxall, Bruce Dyer, Tony Finnigan, Adam Lock, Gareth Graham, Dave Swindlehurst, Andy Woodman, Vince Hilaire, Mel Blyth.
Charlton Athletic: John Humphrey, Bob Boulder, Leroy Ambrose, Steve Gritt, Anthony Barness, Simon Webster, Richard Wilson, Garry Nelson, Paul Williams, Andy Ansah, Tony Booth, Peter Garland, Lee Haywood, Mark Penfold, Colin Walsh, Theo Foley, Brian Kinsey.