City fans asked to send messages of support to players ahead of Southampton game

The Norwich players have to get used to life without fans at Carrow Road for the time being Picture:

The Norwich players have to get used to life without fans at Carrow Road for the time being Picture: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images - Credit: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd

Norwich City fans are being given the opportunity to show support for their team at Carrow Road, despite not being able to attend matches when the Premier League season resumes.

As part of the Canaries’ Apart But Together campaign, to ensure supporters still feel involved despite having to follow games from home, fans are being asked to send a short message including their name and where they are watching from to one of the club’s social media accounts so that those messages can be shown on the LED screens around the stadium during games.

The Canaries resume with three successive Carrow Road matches, against Southampton on Friday, June 19 and Everton on Wednesday, June 24, both of which are league games and kick-off at 6pm. That is followed by an FA Cup quarter-final against Manchester United on Saturday, June 27 (5.30pm).

All of the remaining 92 top-flight matches are being shown live, with broadcasters showing 33 on free to air channels.


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