Norwich City fans break season ticket record
Norwich City supporters have broken the club record for season tickets sold for a single campaign. All available season tickets have now been sold, with 20,550 fans signed up to watch the Canaries throughout the 2010-11 npower Championship campaign.
Norwich City supporters have broken the club record for season tickets sold for a single campaign.
All available season tickets have now been sold, with 20,550 fans signed up to watch the Canaries throughout the 2010-11 npower Championship campaign.
The figure is a new club record and sales have now been capped to allow for casual sales and away allocations.
Norwich City boss Lambert told the club's official website: "Our fanbase is phenomenal, it really is. I've said it before, that people from other parts of the country probably don't appreciate it but when you come here you really do. It's massive and the supporters are such a huge part of everything we do here. Now we must aim to reward their loyalty by performing well on the pitch.
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"It means everything to myself, the staff and the players, who really appreciate the backing the fans give the club home and away, across mile after mile."
City's Head of Customer Services, Richard Gough said: "Season tickets have continued to sell well throughout the summer. This means we start next season with a record number of season tickets at Carrow Road and shows once again what incredible support we have at this club."
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