Daniella Moore: season ticket holder since 2005NORWICH City will be visually celebrating our brilliant fans next season, and this is your chance to be a part of it.
With the Club recently releasing season tickets for next season, we are asking you, our fans, for your stories. We want to know what it means to you to be a Norwich City fan, how it feels when you're at Carrow Road or following the team away, and any memorable tale you've picked up along your journey as a Canary.
By sharing your story, you’ll have the chance to feature on special banners that we'll be placing around Carrow Road from the start of next season to celebrate the wonderful support you give us.
To have the chance to feature, all you need to do is share your story or favourite memory using #YourStory on either Twitter or Facebook, or by emailing it to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Over the coming weeks, we'll be sharing a number of stories here on canaries.co.uk. Young City fan Daniella Moore tells her story, having been a season ticket holder since 2005.
"I've made so many friends through football who I'm sure I will be friends with for the rest of my life.
"It's not always about the football. It's also about the people that you're with, the experiences and the places you get to visit. We'll always have that one thing in common, but it also helps you to explore other interests with them too.
"We spend a lot of time together because there's a lot of travel involved with away games. You get to know people really well – sometimes that's a good thing and sometimes it's not!
"In comparison with the rest of the fans at the club, my journey is quite short really but I've seen quite a lot in that time. I've been lucky enough to see them play at Wembley, which for most fans is a dream.
"Most fans will tell you that it's one of the best things they've witnessed. How we got there was pretty cool too. Beating Ipswich is always good, but beating them and going to Wembley because of it was incredible. We will remember it for the rest of our lives.
"I was seven when I first went to Carrow Road. My dad used to go to the football all of the time, and I wanted to go with him. He took me to a game, but that game happened to be postponed because the floodlights weren't working. It was a freezing cold January day, and I had to walk all the way back into the city in the snow, crying because I was gutted that I didn't get to watch the football.
"I was determined to go back to the new fixture, and I did. We won, and I loved it. The rest is history."