Two fan groups have once again joined together to organise events with the aim of boosting the atmosphere at Carrow Road this season.
A supporters’ march will be held ahead of the first home game tomorrow, as Norwich City take on West Bromwich Albion at 3pm.
The march is being organised by Along Come Norwich and Barclay End Norwich, with supporters invited to congregate around the Queen of Iceni on Riverside at 1.45pm ready to start marching to the ground at 2.15pm.
Those attending are also being asked by the groups to take along flags, banners and scarves to create a jubilant atmosphere.
Thomas Markham-Uden, from Barclay End Norwich, said: “It is a way to get lots of fans that are like-minded together so we can create a great atmosphere and carry that into the stand.
“We did it at the start of the season last year and before the Ipswich game and we had a couple of thousand people marching. We had a really good cross section of fans, not just people from the Barclay stand and Snakepit, which is our aim.”
Tickets are also still available for a designated singing section being organised by the groups at the Stevenage Carabao Cup match at Carrow Road on Tuesday at 7.45pm.
The area is restricted to 150 seats, available on a first come, first served basis in the Lower Barclay - with 110 tickets already sold.
Mr Markham-Uden said it is a chance for fans to join together and get behind the team vocally for the full 90 minutes.
“This is the first time we’ve had a singing section which we have been able to promote which is really exciting,” he said.
“We had some success a few years ago at an Under-21s game where we had 200/300 people in a section together and when you’ve got that many people singing the noise is massive.”
Tickets are available by telephone only from 01603 721902. Anyone wishing to join the singing section when calling the ticket office should ask for tickets for the Barclay singing section.