Have your say on the future of football and Norwich City in our special fan debate

Norwich City do not know when they will next be able to welcome supporters back to Carrow Road Pictu

Norwich City do not know when they will next be able to welcome supporters back to Carrow Road Picture: Adam Davy/PA Wire - Credit: PA

What does the future hold for Norwich City? That’s the topic which will kick off a new series of online events this Friday, which you can take part in.

The one-hour online discussion will begin at 11am on Friday, as the Eastern Daily Press and Norwich Evening News invite readers to take part in debates which are continuations of the Open House events which began with a ThinkIn on homelessness in February.

The first of these talks will see fans and experts discuss what the future holds amid football’s suspension due to the coronavirus, which is now into its ninth week.

- Click here to register in advance for the webinar

Plans for Project Restart took a step forward on Monday when the government confirmed sport could potentially return behind closed doors in June, if the pandemic’s reproduction rate remains low enough for the country to step up its recovery.

City’s senior staff have already revealed that they are planning for a loss in expected income of between £18million and £35m because of the suspension.

The talk will be followed by another at 11am on Friday, May 22, where attendees will envisage what post-lockdown life will look like in our region.

While social distancing measures and the current coronavirus lockdown make it impossible for people to gather in person, these events will be held online through a Zoom video conference.

- Click here to register in advance for the webinar


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