Norwich face Palace in pre-season friendly

Norwich City will play Crystal Palace in a pre-season friendly at Selhurst Park on Tuesday, July 28 (7.30pm). Tickets for this match will be priced at �15 for adults and �5 for under-16s and senior citizens.

Norwich City will play Crystal Palace in a pre-season friendly at Selhurst Park on Tuesday, July 28 (7.30pm).

Tickets for this match will be priced at �15 for adults and �5 for under-16s and senior citizens. There will also be a family ticket priced at �32 (two adults and two juniors with the ability to add further under-16 concessions at �1 each). Canary fans can purchase seats for this match from Monday, June 1 through the Norwich City ticket outlets at Carrow Road and the Canary Store, The Mall or by calling 0844 826 1902.

Final arrangements are being made to the Club's tour of Scotland including a visit to Raith Rovers on July 14, with opposition to be confirmed for the outstanding dates of July 16 and 18.

Tickets for the home friendlies with Manchester United XI and Wigan Athletic are now on sale from the Norwich City ticket office and by calling 0844 826 1902.


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And from June 1 tickets for the Dartford game at Princes Park are available from the Dart's ticket hotline - 01322 299 990 or 01322 299 991 - tickets are priced at �10 (�5 concessions, �1 children) and payments can be made by credit or debit cards.

t Norwich City's pre-season fixtures are as follows:

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Fakenham Town v Norwich City XI - Friday, July 10 (7.30pm)

Dartford FC v Norwich City - Saturday, July 11 (3pm)

Scotland Tour - games to be played on July 14, 16 and 18 - opposition to be confirmed.

Raith Rovers v Norwich City - Tuesday, July 14

Dereham Town v Norwich City XI - Wednesday, July 22 (7.45pm)

Norwich City v Manchester United XI - Saturday, July 25 (3pm)

Crystal Palace v Norwich City - Tuesday, July 28 (7.30pm)

Thetford Town v Norwich City XI - Wednesday, July 29 (7.45pm)

Norwich City v Wigan Athletic - Saturday, August 1 (3pm)

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