Year formed: 1919
Ground: Elland Road, Leeds, LS11 0ES
2008/09 average: 23,812
For visitors: 1,800 fans in the South East corner of the South Stand. This allocation can be doubled if necessary.
- 1 Smith braced for a late transfer window twist
- 2 'Should be winning these games' - City fans react to Hull loss
- 3 Byram key to City's left back injury curse
- 4 No need to panic says City chief Smith after Hull defeat
- 5 Hanley adamant City are moving in the right direction despite Hull loss
- 6 HULL 2 CANARIES 1 - Key moments, ratings and stats
- 7 Paddy's Pointers: Hull City 2-1 Canaries
- 8 Those ever-changing moods...
- 9 Villa ace Ramsey was a prime City target
- 10 Norwich City unveil 2022/23 third kit
Position last season: 4th in League One
Manager: Simon Grayson (December 2008)
Record transfer fee paid: �18m (Rio Ferdinand, West Ham)
Record transfer fee received: �30m (Rio Ferdinand, Manchester United)
Ticket office: 0845 1211992
Ticket prices: Adults: �20-�35, concessions: �10-�20
Official website: www.leedsunited.com
Distance: 173 miles
Journey time: 3 hrs, 42 mins
For directions to the ground go to www.pinkun.com/content/pinkun/norwich-city/away-guide/Map.aspx
Pub: The White Hart is located at the top of Wesley Street behind the south stand it is good pub for away fans as there are always lots in. There is a beer garden at the back. There's also the Drysalters on Elland Rd, Leeds, LS11 8AX� that allows away fans.
Last league meeting: Leeds United 2, Norwich City 1 (19 October, 2009): As the game moved into injury time and City looked headed for a deserved point, on-loan keeper Fraser Forster made a complete hash of a goal kick. The ball went only as far as Beckford, who headed goalwards and made no mistake to put Leeds back on top of League One. City deserved at least a point against a side which just doesn't lose games at home - unless it's against Liverpool. It was Grant Holt's 10th goal of the season which looked like securing the point after Bradley Johnson put the home side ahead. And when Forster made a magnificent one-handed save from the usually lethal Beckford, who then stabbed one wide from close in, it was the travelling City fans who were rejoicing. But then fate intervened and dealt City a cruel, cruel blow.
City connection: Midfielder Andy Hughes was at Carrow Road for two seasons before joining Leeds in August, 2007.