Carrow Road as Canaries fans have never seen it before
PUBLISHED: 13:32 18 September 2019 | UPDATED: 14:04 18 September 2019
Gareth Eaglen on Youtube
Norwich City fans have been provided with an all-angles view of Carrow Road, filmed using a drone to see the stadium from different perspectives.
Filmed in recent months, cameraman Gareth Eaglen shared his video footage on the Pink Un messageboard, in the hope it would be appreciated by Canaries supporters.
Featuring the famous cityscape which can be seen beyond the roof of the City Stand, with the Premier League flag fluttering in the wind, the footage shows Carrow Road in all its glory.
The Canaries moved to the stadium in 1935 but plenty of work has been carried out over the years, none more so than when a fire burned down much of the City Stand in 1984.
A record crowd of 43,984 packed into Carrow Road back in 1963, for an FA Cup sixth round tie against Leicester City, before all-seater requirements were introduced in 1992.
The South Stand was also rebuilt at a cost of £8million and re-opened in February 2004 and more seating has been squeezed in since then to take the current maximum capacity to 27,244.
- You can view the footage above