Wednesday’s matchday programme features an exclusive interview with City goalkeeper Tim Krul.
Krul, who has helped the Canaries to successive clean sheets in wins over Middlesbrough and QPR, sat down to talk about the season, his decision to join Norwich, the atmosphere at Carrow Road, the remaining six matches and plenty more.
Elsewhere we celebrate cover star and City legend Ron Ashman, and we chat to Todd Cantwell to find out a bit more about the midfielder. There’s a celebration of the River End as part of the Sing Up The River End campaign, an interview with City coach and former player Adrian Forbes in support of Kick It Out and much more.
OTBC was voted Overall Winner for the EFL Championship at the Midlands Programme Club awards 2018-19, and the award-winning programme is only £3 for 108 pages of exclusive content.
Packed into this issue…
Tim Krul: City’s keeper talks about his first year with the Canaries
Daniel Farke: The boss looks ahead to Reading
Sing Up The River End: We look back at great goals scored in front of the iconic stand
Todd Cantwell: The midfielder is the latest to answer our Getting To Know questions
Portrait of an Icon: We continue our series celebrating the 23 icons who have played over 300 times for the Canaries with a profile of the great Ron Ashman
Caught In Time: Our series chronicling some of City’s most famous moments continues with a look at Jeremy Goss’s goal at Anfield
• Chris Goreham: On praise in the press rooms for Norwich
• Travel Diaries: Ffion Thomas continues her brilliant travels around UK grounds
• A to Z: Zoë Whitford continues her unconventional alphabetical look at all things Canaries
• Academy: Steve Weaver column
• Opposition: Everything you need to know about Reading
Programmes can be bought from the Shop and the Ticket Office, as well as the usual matchday vendors. Four vendors take contactless payment. These can be found outside the Queen of Iceni on Riverside, outside the Gunn Club entrance, outside the Shop and on the corner of King Street and Carrow Road. Programmes are also available to buy in the 1902 Bar outside the South Stand.