Hughton arrives at Carrow Road with an excellent pedigree as a manager following spells with Birmingham City, Newcastle United, and as Assistant Manager and coach at Spurs.
He takes charge of the Canaries for a second consecutive season of Barclays Premier League football.
Norwich City assistant manager Colin Calderwood brings a wealth of experience to the role having made over 770 appearances as a player and managed clubs such as Nottingham Forest and Hibernian.
Last season Calderwood became assistant manager to Chris Hughton at Birmingham City and they team up once again at Carrow Road.
Norwich City first team coach Paul Trollope made over 400 club appearances in his time as a player also managing Bristol Rovers in his time as a coach.
Trollope joined up with Chris Hughton as first-team coach at Birmingham City in July 2011 and now teams up with him again at Carrow Road.
City and England goalkeeping coach Dave Watson joined City in the summer to reunite with his former Birmingham City colleagues Chris Hughton, Colin Calderwood, and Paul Trollope after working with Roy Hodgson's England squad at Euro 2012.
The highly-rated former England U21s goalkeeping coach spent his entire playing career with Barnsley before coaching at a number of clubs including Northampton Town, Oldham Athletic, and Nottingham Forest.
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Ewan Chester joined City for a second stint at Carrow Road this summer following his previous spell at the Canaries as Chief Scout from May 2010 to August 2011.
After just over a year at Norwich City, Chester joined Chris Hughton’s backroom staff at Birmingham City in September 2011 and now teams up with the Canaries' boss once again.