Joint Majority Shareholder
Delia Smith is Norwich City's joint majority shareholder, alongside her husband, Michael Wynn Jones.
Delia made her name as a cookery writer, author and television personality, and joined the Board of the Canaries in 1996. Her influence not only helped stabilise the then precarious financial predicament the Club found itself in, but also to develop off-field revenue streams, such as Canary Catering, to help the finances further.
A long-time Norwich City supporter before her official involvement with the Club, Delia attends most of City's matches - home and away throughout the season.
MICHAEL WYNN JONES
Joint Majority Shareholder
Michael Wynn Jones is Norwich City's joint majority shareholder, alongside his wife, Delia Smith.
Michael made his name through publishing with his former company, New Crane Publishing Ltd. This produced the Sainsburys Magazine, among others.
Also a long-time Norwich City fan, Michael rarely misses a match and is hugely passionate about the Canaries.
Former Cabinet Minister and lifelong Canaries fan Ed Balls was appointed as Chairman of the Board of Directors in December 2015.
Born in the Norfolk & Norwich Hospital and educated in Bawburgh, Nottingham, and then at Oxford University and the Harvard Kennedy School, Mr Balls left the Financial Times in 1994 to pursue a career in government.
A Labour MP for 10 years after 2005, he held a variety of senior positions during his political career, including Economic Secretary to the Treasury, Secretary of State for Children, Schools and Families, Shadow Home Secretary and Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer.
Mr Balls is currently a Senior Fellow at Harvard University's Kennedy School of Government and a Visiting Professor at King's College, London. He undertakes his role at Norwich City in an unpaid capacity, alongside his ongoing academic, commercial, charitable and media activities.
Michael Foulger is Managing director of Attleborough-based Banham Poultry a family-owned firm which supplies chilled fresh chicken to butchers and food retailers throughout the UK.
Lifelong Canary fan Thomas Smith, who joined the Board at Norwich City in January 2016, watched his first Norwich match at the old Den in 1989, having been taken to the game by his aunt and uncle, joint majority shareholders Delia Smith and Michael Wynn Jones.
Tom spent over a decade in the Civil Service in the UK and abroad, working in a variety of roles at the Ministry of Defence, the Cabinet Office and the Foreign and Commonwealth Office. After returning to the UK in late 2014, Tom left the public sector to start his own photographic business.
Stephan Phillips is the former Managing Director of Archant Norfolk, having retired in 2011 after working for Archant, the UK's largest independent regional publisher, for 21 years.
He is also a non executive director of local companies Snellings Ltd and SBS Ltd.
Prior to working at Archant he worked for the Thomson Corporation, CWS and Sainsbury's. Stephan graduated from Nottingham Trent University and was awarded a Master of Science degree in marketing by the University of Glamorgan.
A keen fan of Norwich City Football Club for many years, before joining the Board he was a member of the Associate Directors' Group
Jez Moxey officially joined Norwich City as Chief Executive in August 2016, following a 16-year spell at Wolverhampton Wanderers. He is one of the longest serving chief executives in professional football, a spell which stretches back to 1987.
Joining Wolves in 2000, he oversaw two promotions to the Premier League as well as the £10m development of state-of-the-art Academy facilities at Wolves’ Compton Park training ground in 2015. He is a keen proponent on Academy football and the development of young players. His tenure also included the expansion of Molineux to 31,700 seats following the completion of a £20m North Stand development in 2012.
He was the lead negotiator on the sale and purchase of Wolves to the Chinese investment conglomerate the Fosun Group in July 2016.
Prior to joining Wolves, Moxey worked for Glasgow Rangers and served as general manager of Scottish side Partick Thistle for five years ahead of joining Stoke City as Chief Executive in 2000.
While with the Potters, he was responsible for the 1997 move to the newly-constructed Britannia Stadium and led negotiations which saw an Icelandic consortium purchase a controlling interest in the club in 1999.
He currently represents the Sky Bet Championship on the board of the English Football League (EFL) as well as representing the EFL on the board of The Football Association (FA).
Director of Commercial
Ben is responsible for leading the commercial operations of the Club, including sales and marketing, matchday hospitality, advertising & sponsorship and partnerships teams.
Head of Communications
Joe manages relations between NCFC and all local, regional and national print and broadcast media, as well as overseeing media access to NCFC playing and non-playing staff.
Joe also advises senior managers/NCFC Board members on public relations issues, working with senior managers on internal communications issues.
Andrew provides administrative support to the Football Department and ensures the Club complies fully with all regulations imposed by football’s governing bodies.
Key responsibilities include player registration and de-registration, arrangements for home and away fixtures during the season and pre-season including travel and accommodation of the first team party, record keeping and organisation of all non-public ticketing for league and cup fixtures.
Andrew also works closely with the Academy Department ensuring all young players at the Club are registered and de-registered in line with football regulations.