City players celebrate win with fancy dress Christmas party

The Norwich City players enjoying their Christmas party at Winter Wonderland in London's Hyde Park P

The Norwich City players enjoying their Christmas party at Winter Wonderland in London's Hyde Park Picture: @TimKrul on Twitter - Credit: @TimKrul on Twitter

Christmas has come early for Norwich City fans – after seeing some of the Canaries players in fancy dress as they get into the festive spirit early.

The Canaries got their Premier League season back on track with a hugely important 2-0 win at Everton on Saturday, before heading down to London on Sunday to attend Winter Wonderland at Hyde Park.

Some of the players offered a glimpse into the party on Instagram yesterday, with Timm Klose posting a video of Kenny Mclean getting on to a coach dressed in a dinosaur suit.

Klose was dressed as Captain Morgan and Todd Cantwell also revealed himself seemingly dressed as Barcelona and France forward Antoine Griezmann - an easy step with their similar hairstyles.

But it was goalkeeper Tim Krul who revealed the outfits in all their glory this morning, posting a team photo which features Max Aarons as Elvis Presley, Mario Vrancic as Ali G and Marco Stiepermann as what appears to be a flamingo.

Alex Tettey, Josip Drmic and Michael McGovern are all pictured as well but who is Stuart the Minion and Buzz Lightyear?


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Krul simply said: "Great night with the boys last night #TeamBonding #ChristmasParty."

Teams often hold their Christmas party early due to December being such a busy month, with Daniel Farke's team having seven Premier League matches in December, as well as a home game against Crystal Palace on New Year's Day.

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