Norwich City’s 2011/12 Premier League fixtures

Norwich City will start their 2011/12 Premier League campaign away at Wigan Athletic, followed by the visit of Stoke City to Carrow Road.

Other big dates for the diary will be over Christmas, when City have a Boxing Day home fixture against Tottenham Hotspur. New Year’s Eve sees a home game against Fulham, but the first game of 2012 will be in London, against fellow new boys Queens Park Rangers.

The Easter weekend brings a home game against David Moyes’ Everton, with a Easter Monday trip to Spurs.

The season ends at home, against Aston Villa.

• NORWICH CITY’S 2011/12 FIXTURE LIST


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August

13 Wigan (A)

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20 Stoke (H)

27 Chelsea (A)

September

10 West Brom (H)

17 Bolton (A)

24 Sunderland (H)

October

1 Man Utd (A)

15 Swansea (H)

22 Liverpool (A)

29 Blackburn (H)

November

5 Aston Villa (A)

19 Arsenal (H)

26 QPR (H)

December

3 Man City (A)

10 Newcastle (H)

17 Everton (A)

20 Wolverhampton (A)

26 Tottenham (H)

31 Fulham (H)

January

2 QPR (A)

14 West Brom (A)

21 Chelsea (H)

31 Sunderland (A)

February

4 Bolton (H)

11 Swansea (A)

25 Man Utd (H)

March

3 Stoke (A)

10 Wigan (H)

17 Newcastle (A)

24 Wolverhampton (H)

31 Fulham (A)

April

7 Everton (H)

9 Tottenham (A)

14 Man City (H)

21 Blackburn (A)

28 Liverpool (H)

May

5 Arsenal (A)

13 Aston Villa (H)

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