Club to hit the road
PUBLISHED: 08:24 10 March 2006 | UPDATED: 09:16 14 September 2010
Norwich City are continuing their policy of taking the club into the local community for another supporter roadshow. The Canaries' Soccer PM on Tour will be visiting Watton Sports Centre on Monday, March 20.
Norwich City are continuing their policy of taking the club into the local community for another supporter roadshow.
The Canaries' Soccer PM on Tour will be visiting Watton Sports Centre on Monday, March 20.
The family-orientated event will see the Club taking elements of its initiative at Reserve football nights 'Soccer PM' on the road with competitions and activities aimed at the Club's younger supporters.
The event will begin with the Football in the Community team providing a free coaching session for up to 48 local children between 5pm and 6.30pm. Children wishing to take part are asked to book their place ahead of the event by completing a booking form available through the FITC office at Carrow Road or by calling 01603 761122.
The Centre's Gallery Bar will host free interactive competitions and activities including balloon modelling and entertainment with Razz the Clown and Club mascots Captain Canary and Splat the Cat will be popping in to say hello.
Young fans will also have the opportunity to meet four first team players from 6.15pm to take photographs and collect autographs. The players will also take part in a question and answer session with the children later on in the evening at 7pm.
Entry is free with doors opening and the fun beginning at 5pm.