Crystal Palace fans put on a display to remember as the Eagles took on Manchester United on Saturday.
The Holmesdale Fanatics organised the display, which was financed by the fans, as the teams walked out onto Selhurst Park.
A mural of the team was held aloft amidst a sea of red and blue cards. There was a also a banner which read ‘together our spirit is unbreakable’.
The Holmesdale display (Picture: Carl Davies)
It is not the first time the Fanatics have organised such a display, with the last one coming against Tottenham Hotspur on the first game of the season.
Co-chairman Stephen Browett said on one of the fans forums: "It was absolutely brilliant. Great work by the Holmesdale Fanatics."
See below for more pictures and video of the display.
Fans start to pull up the player mural
Video of the display
A behind the scenes look at the work that goes into creating the display
The display against Tottenham
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