Norwich City are delighted to confirm that 2,000 tickets for the club’s upcoming Sky Bet Championship fixture against Cardiff City will be made available to supporters.
Over recent months, the club has continued to work closely with its Safety Advisory Group (SAG) and the EFL and following recent confirmation from the government of the region’s COVID-19 tier, permission was granted for 2,000 supporters to attend fixtures at Carrow Road, starting with Saturday’s win against Sheffield Wednesday.
The ticketing application process for the fixture against Cardiff City (Saturday, December 19) can now be confirmed:
Wednesday, December 9 (9am) - Tickets go on sale to season ticket holders who HAVE NOT purchased a match ticket for Preston, Sheffield Wed, or Nottingham Forest
Thursday December 10 (9am) - Tickets go on sale to season ticket holders that HAVE purchased a ticket for (Preston, Sheffield Wednesday, or Nottingham Forest
Friday, December 11 (9am) - Tickets are on sale to all home and away members that HAVE NOT purchased a match ticket for Preston, Sheffield Wednesday or Nottingham Forest
Friday, December 11 (9am) - Tickets are on sale to all home and away members that HAVE purchased a match ticket, (Preston, Sheffield Wed or Nottingham Forest)
All supporters are only allowed 1 seat per supporter number. All tickets for the fixtures will be located in the South Stand, with socially distanced seating allocated.
Strict COVID-19 protocols and guidelines such as laned entry systems, temperature checks and more will remain in place at Carrow Road. Further details will be communicated to supporters who are successful in applying for match tickets.
As the club continue to work through the COVID-19 pandemic under its self-financed model, a new ticket pricing structure has been implemented for the remainder of the 2020-21 season.
Tickets can be purchased online at tickets.canaries.co.uk or over the phone on 01603 721902 (option 1) from 9am on Wednesday, December 9.
Tickets will not be available to purchase in-person at either the Carrow Road ticket office or the club’s city centre Fan Hub.
The club continues to work closely with its SAG and the EFL and should government guidelines permit, would be ready to scale up the number of supporters permitted to enter home games at Carrow Road.
Further details on ticketing applications for the club’s remaining fixtures in December and beyond will be communicated in due course.
The complimentary iFollow offering will remain in place for those season ticket holders who are unable to attend the upcoming home fixtures. For further details click here.