Norwich City announce plans to screen home games at Carrow Road

Carrow Road open up two lounges for a handful of Norwich City fans to watch a socially-distanced liv

Carrow Road open up two lounges for a handful of Norwich City fans to watch a socially-distanced live beamback of NCFC's match away to Rotherham. Picture: Neil Didsbury - Credit: Neil Didsbury

Norwich City have confirmed that supporters will be allowed to attend their home match with Wycombe Wanderers on Saturday - but they’ll have to watch the game on a screen in a lounge.

The club have confirmed they intend to hold live screenings of four upcoming Canaries fixtures - starting with the visit of the Chairboys on Saturday.

City held a similar event last weekend, as 200 supporters watched from the Top of the Terrace and the Gunn Club as Daniel Farke’s side claimed a late 2-1 victory courtesy of a Jordan Hugill penalty in stoppage time.

However, due to the Top of the Terrace lounge overlooking the pitch - Saturday’s screening will take place in the Gunn Club due to current restrictions preventing supporters from watching games inside stadia.

Next week’s midweek clash with Brentford will also be shown - with supporters able to purchase their tickets from the club’s official website.


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Two games in November will also be broadcast from the lounges, including City’s home match against Millwall and their trip to the north east to face Neil Warnock’s Middlesbrough.

The #LetFansIn petition that has currently been signed by over 197,000 people is set to be debated in parliament next month - but culture secretary Oliver Dowden has expressed concern surrounding how supporters would travel to stadia as being one of the prime reasons for keeping grounds closed.

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The Canaries held a successful pilot event in their 2-2 draw with Preston North End last month - with 1,000 supporters returning to Carrow Road for the first time since City beat Leicester City 1-0 on February 28.

All fans will also be asked to adhere to the supporter code of conduct before confirming their attendance at the event.

Everyone in attendance will be subject to a non-invasive temperature check, their details will be collected for Track and Trace and one way systems will be in operation.

The rule of six will also have to adhered to - with supporters unable to book a table containing more people due to the current nationwide coronavirus restrictions.

The club have said that face masks will have to be worn around the venue - but can be taken off once supporters are seated.

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