Norwich city stadion
Alle Infos zum Stadion von Norwich City. Auch historische Spielstätten können ausgewählt werden. Carrow Road - Norwich NR1 1JE. Anschrift. Carrow Road Carrow Road Norwich NR1 1JE,. Stadiondaten. Kapazität: Wappen Norwich City FC. Norwich City. Juni Fußballfest in Gütersloh: Paderborn gegen Norwich City. (Foto: Dirk Stadion im Heidewald" gegen den britischen Klub Norwich City FC .
Status Quo played a concert there in The Elton John and George Michael concerts both attracted crowds of over 20, people.
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Retrieved 9 March Why he's so Fan-tastic! Retrieved 9 October Leonard Dutton 98 ". The inaugural match, held on 31 August , against West Ham United , ended in a 4—3 victory to the home team and set a new record attendance of 29, The club was relegated to the Third Division at the end of the season.
In the —60 season, Norwich were promoted to the Second Division after finishing second to Southampton , and achieved a fourth-place finish in the —61 season.
Sixth place in the league was the closest the club came to promotion to the First Division again during the s, but after winning the division in the —72 season under manager Ron Saunders , Norwich City reached the highest level of English football for the first time.
Relegation to the Second Division in came after Saunders had departed and been succeeded by John Bond , but the board of directors kept faith in Bond and were quickly rewarded.
Bond departed to Manchester City in the autumn of and the club were relegated six months later, but bounced back the following season after finishing third under Bond's successor Ken Brown.
Norwich had also been the beneficiaries of one of English football's first million-pound transfers when they sold striker Justin Fashanu to Nottingham Forest in August The —85 season was of mixed fortunes for the club; under Ken Brown 's guidance, they reached the final of the Football League Cup at Wembley Stadium , having defeated Ipswich Town in the semi-final.
In the final, they beat Sunderland 1—0, but in the league both Norwich and Sunderland were relegated to the second tier of English football.
This made Norwich the first English club to win a major trophy and suffer relegation in the same season; something which was not matched until Birmingham City also suffered relegation the season they won the League Cup 26 years later.
Norwich were also denied their first foray into Europe with the ban on English clubs after the Heysel Stadium disaster. During —93 , the inaugural season of the Premier League, Norwich City quickly emerged as surprise title contenders,  before faltering in the final weeks to finish third behind the champions, Manchester United , and runners-up Aston Villa.
Their top scorer that season was Mark Robins , who had been signed from Manchester United the previous summer. Norwich then won only one of their final 20 league games and slumped to 20th place and relegation, ending a nine-season run in the top flight.
Shortly before relegation, Deehan resigned as manager and his assistant Gary Megson took over until the end of the season. English television cook Delia Smith and husband Michael Wynn-Jones took over the majority of Norwich City's shares from Watling in ,  and Mike Walker was re-appointed as the club's manager.
He had been on the coaching staff under Hamilton who resigned with the club 20th in the First Division and in real danger of relegation to the third tier of English football for the first time since the s.
The —04 campaign saw the club win the First Division title, finishing eight points clear of second-placed West Bromwich Albion and returned to the top flight for the first time since On 14 January it was announced that Roeder had been relieved of his first team duties after 60 games in charge, and just 20 victories.
This was the club's heaviest ever home defeat, succeeding a record that had stood since Two fans entered the pitch and ripped up their season tickets after just 22 minutes when the team were already 4—0 down,  and Gunn was sacked six days later.
On 18 August , Paul Lambert was announced as the new manager, leaving his post at Colchester, and nine months later led Norwich to promotion back to the Championship as League One Champions, after a single season in League One.
The club finished in 12th place in their first season back in the Premier League. Manager Paul Lambert resigned within a month of the season's close to take up the vacant managerial spot at league rivals Aston Villa , and was replaced by Chris Hughton.
The —13 season started poorly with a 5—0 defeat to Fulham and a bad run of form that was followed by a club record unbeaten run in the Premier League.
A 1—0 home defeat to Luton Town on 26 January resulted in Norwich becoming the first English top-flight team to lose a FA Cup tie to a non-league side in 24 years.
They were relegated back to the Championship after finishing 18th in the —14 season. After a mediocre first half of the —15 season, Neil Adams resigned which paved the way for the appointment of then Hamilton Academical manager Alex Neil in January The appointment reinvigorated Norwich's season and after narrowly missing out on automatic promotion back to the Premier League, victory in the Championship playoff final secured an immediate return to the top division of English football.
The following season started successfully, with the club sitting top of the Championship in mid October. A poor run of form and results followed, which included five consecutive defeats, and saw the team slide to as low as twelfth in the table.
On 10 March , Alex Neil was sacked by the club,  with first team coach Alan Irvine placed in caretaker charge for the remainder of the season, which saw the club finish eighth in the Championship.
On 25 May , the club appointed German coach Daniel Farke as head coach, becoming the first foreign head coach of the club in its year history.
Norwich City's nickname, "The Canaries", has long influenced the team's colours and crest. Originally, the club was nicknamed the Citizens "Cits" for short , and played in light blue and white halved shirts,  although the halves were inconsistent; "the blue was sometimes on the left hand side of the shirt and sometimes on the right.
The paper quotes him saying "Well I knew of the City's existence By February , the nickname Canaries had come more into vogue; thoughts that an FA Cup tie against West Bromwich Albion nicknamed "Throstles" after a bird was "a bird -singing contest" were dismissed by the polymath C.
Fry as "humbug" but Bowman and Fry's colleagues in the national press increasingly referred to the team as Canaries.
The following season, to match the nickname, City played for the first time in Canary livery; "yellow shirts with green collars and cuffs. One paper produced the quote 'The Cits are dead but the Canaries are very much alive'.
While the home colours of yellow and green remain to this day, the away colours have varied since introduction. For example, the away kit for the —13 season was black shirts and shorts.
A simple canary badge was first adopted in It featured two canaries looking left and right, and a ribbon noting the centenary.
A two-tier terrace was built at the River End and soon after seats began to replace the terraces. By the stadium had a capacity of 28, with seats for 12, A fire in partially destroyed one of the stands which eventually led to its complete demolition and replacement by of a new City Stand, which chairman Robert Chase described as "Coming to a football match within the City Stand is very much like going to the theatre — the only difference being that our stage is covered with grass".
Today, Carrow Road is an all-seater stadium, with a capacity of 27, While much of the support that the club enjoys is local, there are a number of exile fan clubs, notably in London and stretching from Scandinavia to countries further afield such as the United Arab Emirates, Bermuda, Hong Kong, Thailand, Australia and the United States.
The fans' song, On the Ball, City , is the oldest football song in the world still in use today; the song is in fact older than the club itself having probably been penned for Norwich Teachers or Caley's FC in the s and adapted for Norwich City.
Keep it low, a splendid rush, bravo, win or die; On the ball City, never mind the danger, Steady on, now's your chance, Hurrah!
We've scored a goal, City! Locally, much is made of the informal title " Pride of Anglia ". Fans variously claim the title for either winning the East Anglian Derby, finishing highest in the league, having the better current league position, having the more successful club history or for reasons without any apparent logical basis.
The club's main local rival is Ipswich Town. The club also maintains a healthy celebrity support with celebrity cook Delia Smith and comedian Stephen Fry both having moved from fans of the club to running it.
Norwich City FC is a public limited company that, in , comprised approximately 8, individual shareholdings. They made clear that any prospective buyer would have to invest heavily in the squad, with regards to team improving.
Mr and Mrs Turner are owners and directors of personal finance company Central Trust. Reports later stated that the talks had been terminated with immediate effect, and no deal was to be reached.
On 2 September , Andrew and Sharon Turner announced that they were leaving the football club's board of directors.
The Annual General Meeting, attended by over shareholders,  saw joint majority shareholder Delia Smith and Stephan Phillips re-elected as directors and new director Stephen Fry formally re-elected having joined the Board the previous August.
Kevin Keelan holds the record for Norwich appearances, having played first-team matches between and Ralph Hunt holds the record for the most goals scored in a season, 31 in the —56 season in Division Three South , with Johnny Gavin the top scorer over a career — between and Mark Bowen holds the club record for most international caps, with 35 for Wales.
The club's widest victory margin in the league was their 10—2 win against Coventry City in the Division Three South in Their heaviest defeat in the league was 10—2 against Swindon Town in in the Southern Football League.
With the introduction of regulations enforcing all-seater stadiums, it is unlikely that this record will be beaten in the foreseeable future.
The club's highest league finish was third in the FA Premier League in — The club has won the League Cup twice most recently in and reached the FA Cup semi-final three times, most recently in Between and the club was sponsored by airline Flybe but on 26 April , it was announced that the company was stepping down as the main sponsor.
During the —17 season, Aviva Community Fund were Norwich's main shirt sponsor. On 26 June , the club announced that Swedish mobile betting company LeoVegas would take over as their main shirt sponsor for three seasons, starting from the —18 season.
Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality. During the club's centenary season, a " Hall of Fame " was created, honouring former players chosen by fan vote.
Further players have been inducted into the Norwich City Hall of Fame in , and In , supporters cast votes to determine the greatest ever Norwich City team.
For a list of Norwich City captains, see Norwich City captains. Norwich City have won a number of honours: Each time they meet, Norwich and Sunderland contest the Friendship Trophy , a game dating back to the camaraderie forged between fans of the two clubs at the time of the League Cup final that they contested.
In the film Mike Bassett: England Manager ,  the eponymous hero, played by Ricky Tomlinson , rises to prominence as a result of success as manager of Norwich City, having won the 'Mr Clutch Cup'.
The celebratory scenes of the open-top bus ride around the city right were actually shot in St Albans , Hertfordshire, rather than Norwich.
In the film, he and everyone and everything else on his tube train are turned yellow. That night he is visited by a yellow alien called Nick, short for electronic, who teaches him all about electricity.
The link to the football club is used to explain why the boy already has so many yellow things in his bedroom. Norwich City Ladies is the women's football club affiliated to Norwich City.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article is about the men's football club. For the women's football club, see Norwich City L.
For other uses, see Norwich City disambiguation. The Canaries Yellows The Citizens before History of Norwich City F. List of Norwich City F. This includes matches played at an amateur level.
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