Norwich City Tickets
Norwich City are back in the Premier League again this season after winning the Championship playoff final at Wembley in May. The victory meant that Norwich successfully bounced straight back into the English top flight after only a yearlong absence. Premier League survival is top of their agenda for this season and their fans will be hoping that they do not once again find their side relegated to the second tier.
Norwich play their home games at Carrow Road which is a fantastic family friendly all seater stadium with a great 27,000 capacity. Norwich would make a superb away day so Norwich tickets are a top selection for when your side are playing at Carrow Road. Norwich City have the nickname the Canaries and their club colours are a distinctive yellow and green. Their current manager is the relatively unknown Alex Neil, although if he manages to keep Norwich in the Premier League he is sure to soon be a cult hero in Norfolk. Norwich will likely be deeply embroiled in a relegation battle this season so there could well be some huge twists and turns occurring at Carrow Road this season as Norwich City battle for their Premier League status. For many of Norwich’s players it is a second chance to prove themselves in the Premier League and the likes of Nathan Redmond, Cameron Jerome and Bradley Johnson will all be keen to show that they can cut it on the biggest stage of all.
Norwich have also secured the services of Graham Dorrans and Youssuf Mulumbu from West Brom and their Premier League experience could prove invaluable as Norwich attempt to stay up this season. Norwich fans can enjoy all home games happening at Carrow Road with Norwich tickets available on Football Ticket Pad for every single one of their home games and with tickets available in all sections of the ground at Carrow Road. We also have Norwich City football tickets available for their away fixtures in the Premier League this season with designated away section seating as the Canaries go on their travels. Make Football Ticket Pad your number one destination for Norwich City tickets and keep an eye out for some great last minute Barclays Premier League tickets.
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