The Canaries Bond will open for priority investment on Wednesday for those who have pre-registered, and we spoke to Academy Manager Steve Weaver about the developments the Bond will fund.
At the heart of Norwich City’s ambition to become an established Premier League club is the focus on recruiting and developing great players at every level of the game. With the Academy critical to delivering this, Weaver explains how the Canaries Bond will benefit the Academy.
“The building of phase one is up and going, with the start of the pitches and the Academy pitches being renovated,” Weaver said. “We’ll then get phase two up and running – that will give us a state-of-the-art building that will incorporate video analysis and will incorporate our young players getting an education in three purpose-built classrooms, along with all the editing suites, the recruitment offices, and all the offices.
“And then linking that from our Under 9s dressing room all the way through to our Under 23s, which will then eventually link to our purpose-built gym which links the first team to the Academy.
“It’s an exciting time and a development that’s fitting to a club of this size.”
Providing the best facilities for players to grow and develop is essential to making the Club’s vision a reality, and why the Canaries Bond is vital for Norwich City’s future.
The Canaries Bond will open for public investment on Wednesday March 28. However, to gain priority investment access one week early, pre-register today at tifosy.com/canaries.