This Sunday’s East Anglian derby will see several fan-led activities taking place ahead of kick-off at Carrow Road.
From 10.30am fans are gathering at the Queen of Iceni on Riverside to join together and set off at 11.15am on a march to the stadium.
Once inside Carrow Road supporter groups Along Come Norwich and Barclay End Norwich are looking to organise their biggest display yet in the Lower Barclay.
Fans who have tickets in blocks B, C and D in the Lower Barclay are encouraged to take their seats before 11.48am when a large crowd flag will be unveiled across this area. The flag will be in situ across these blocks for approximately five minutes in the build-up to the game. Access to seats in blocks C may be restricted during this time.
Instructions on the flag will be given on the day with it staying in one set position. It will be unveiled from front to back and then rolled from back to front to be collected at the end of the display.
As well as the flag displays more and more yellow and green scarves are being held aloft across Carrow Road on matchdays in all corners of the stadium.
If you wish to participate, limited edition ‘All Together Now’ scarves are still available ahead of Sunday, with £1 from the sale of these, as well as the bumper Derby Day OTBC programme going towards the future crowdfunding efforts. Both will be available ahead of the game in the Canaries Official stores at Carrow Road and Chapelfield and from pop-up kiosks outside the stadium on Sunday.