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How to follow the Canaries in 2017-18!

4 August 2017

Ahead of tomorrow’s Sky Bet Championship opener against Fulham at Craven Cottage, we’re providing fans with a guide on how to follow Norwich City’s matches this season.

The key channels where match coverage will take place are listed below, with a short rundown of the content available on each of them.

iFollow

This season marks the launch of our innovative new live matchday service, iFollow Norwich.

UK subscribers can listen to live commentary of all Norwich City league and cup matches by subscribing HERE.

In order to listen on your phone or tablet, you can download the official Norwich City app on iTunes or Google Play. You can also listen to commentary on your desktop computer or laptop.

Overseas subscribers will be able to watch live HD streams of the vast majority of City’s league games.

Only matches picked up for live overseas broadcast by EFL’s partners will not be shown, which unfortunately includes City’s trip to Craven Cottage.

However, overseas subscribers will still be able to listen to live audio commentary when matches aren’t streamed.

Fans must also download the official app in order to live stream any match via iFollow when using an iOS and Android device.

If you are based overseas, you can see our subscription packages for live streaming HERE.

If you encounter any technical difficulties during both audio and live-streaming broadcasts, you can call 020 826 4577, email ifollow@efl.com or start up a live chat in the bottom right corner of canaries.co.uk.

Match Centre

The Match Centre, hosted on this website, will be where fans can access live text commentary of all first team fixtures throughout this season.

Team line-ups, scorers and substitutions will be available here – as well as a match report published on the final whistle.

Facebook

Our in-match Facebook coverage will remain largely the same as last season, with updates provided for goals as well as at half-time and full-time.

Twitter

We will be adjusting how games are covered on Twitter this season, moving away from the more traditional minute-by-minute in-play action updates used previously.

Instead, during matches we will be publishing more image-based material while encouraging people to use the Match Centre detailed above.

Don't be surprised when there are less Tweets than you may have seen previously being published during the match!

Instagram

Our Instagram page will host team news, as well as half-time and full-time updates.

Meanwhile our Instagram Stories will be used to document the match in greater detail from build-up to reaction after the game.


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