Victory Club227 Selhurst Road
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This club was founded in 1920 and opened in 1921 by Lord Byng of Vimy, the Governor General of Canada. The club is popular with Crystal Palace fans but is no longer able to admit away fans on match days. Otherwise it generally welcomes visitors and guests for a small fee (currently £2), and encourages new members. Well-kept cask ales are always available and entertainment takes place through the week. Note that opening hours may vary when there is a live act on a Saturday, and when Crystal Palace is playing at home.