Pick up Saturday’s matchday programme and you could win a hospitality package for two if you find the copy signed by Kenny McLean!
If you’re the lucky recipient of McLean's signed programme, you will be treated to hospitality at the Preston North End game on Wednesday August 22. The prize includes a three-course carvery on your own table, a matchday programme and teamsheet, behind-glass executive seating in the Barclay, half-time tea and coffee and post-match access to the Gunn Club to see the player interview.
OTBC has been reduced to £3 this season after we listened to supporter feedback, with no reduction in quality or pagination.
Following the success of last season’s OTBC covers, we have once again teamed up with local football art studio Patterns of Play to bring you our unique covers for 2018-19. Each cover will feature one of City’s 300 men – those 23 Canaries legends who have featured in more than 300 matches for the Club.
This Saturday we kick things off with all-time appearances record-holder Kevin Keelan, and each OTBC will also feature a profile of the great men in a new Portrait of an Icon series.
Also packed into this week’s 108-page issue is…
- Head Coach Notes: Daniel Farke welcomes you to Carrow Road
- A Word From Steve Stone: City’s managing director reflects on a busy summer
- Meet The New Boys: All seven new faces are profiled and Jordan Rhodes interviewed
- Things I’ve Learned: We speak to Cedric Anselin for a new feature
- Chris Goreham: The voice of Norwich City continues his popular column
- Opposition Watch: Everything you need to know about West Brom
- Getting To Know: Academy midfielder Tom Scully
- Unsung Hero: Fans pick their Canary unsung heroes
- 1988-89: Peter Rogers kicks off a new series looking back at City’s push for glory 25 years ago
- A to Z: Zoë Whitford starts her unconventional alphabetical look at all things Canaries
- Caught In Time: In a new feature, former Club photographer Roger Harris picks his favourite images from the four decades he worked for City
- Steve Weaver: City’s Academy Manager begins a new regular column
- Interview: Under-23s striker Ant Spyrou
- Fan Column: Connor Southwell makes his debut
Programmes can be bought from more locations than last season, and five matchday vendors will take contactless payment for the first time. These can be found outside the Queen of Iceni on Riverside, on the corner of King Street opposite Carrow Bridge, and at Carrow Road outside the Canary Store, the Away entrance and the Gunn Club entrance.
The first programme of the season will also come with a one-off detachable wrap with details of other traditional matchday items such as Golden Goals and Academy Jackpot.
Can’t make the game? You can also subscribe to the programme for the season HERE. All 23 league home games delivered to your door ahead of each match, all for just £109.25 including p&p! The cost will reduce by £4.75 after each match.