Every copy of Sunday’s bumper OTBC will include one of six collectable player cards, featuring the signature of a derby day legend.
The 116-page award-winning programme, which features Iwan Roberts as guest-editor and an eight-page Legends Interviews pull-out, is a one-off £4. Of that, £1 from every sale will go directly to our friends at Along Come Norwich and Barclay End Norwich and their crowdfunder to buy even more flags and banners for Carrow Road.
Each OTBC on Sunday will include an exclusive player card of either Timm Klose, Grant Holt, Russell Martin, Wes Hoolahan, Bradley Johnson or James Maddison. Each card celebrates their goals against Ipswich Town, and all come with their signature.
There are also exclusive interviews with Jeremy Goss, Darren Huckerby, Darren Eadie and Bryan Gunn on what it’s like to play in the East Anglian derby.
If you can’t make the game, you can order yours HERE.
Roberts, who scored a famous double against Town at Portman Road in March 2000, has taken over the programme, including an exclusive interview with Jordan Rhodes.
What’s inside this week’s special programme…
Jordan Rhodes: City’s striker is interviewed by Iwan Roberts
Jeremy Goss: Interviewed in our special Derby Day Legends pull-out alongside Darren Huckerby, Bryan Gunn, Darren Eadie and Iwan Roberts
Squad notes: Iwan Roberts on each of his teammates from the 2-0 win at Portman Road in 2000
Portrait of an Icon: We celebrate another member of City’s 300 Club, guest editor Iwan Roberts
Caught In Time: Special behind-the-scenes photos from the famous League Cup semi-final win over Ipswich
Head Coach’s notes: Daniel Farke looks ahead to the derby
• Chris Goreham: Regular column
• Malcolm Allen: The former striker looks back at the 1988-89 season
• 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
• Fan column: Matthew McGregor on watching the derby from afar
• Academy: Steve Weaver column
Programmes can be bought from the Shop and the Ticket Office, as well as the usual matchday vendors. Five vendors take contactless payment. These can be found outside the Queen of Iceni on Riverside, on the corner of King Street and Carrow Road, outside the Gunn Club entrance, outside the Shop and by the Carrow Road traffic lights next to the Leisure Centre. Programmes are also available to buy in the 1902 Bar outside the South Stand.
If you are involved in the fan march, starting from Riverside at 11.15am, there will be plenty of programme sellers on the way to the ground!