With the upcoming Premier League games set to be played behind-closed-doors, Norwich City Football Club has worked closely with supporter groups and club partners on a number of initiatives to transform Carrow Road.
In every stand, our #ApartButTogether campaign is prominent as we seek to show togetherness with supporters despite their absence from the stadium. The name of every season ticket holder is included in the branding.
There are incredible visuals on display all the way round the stadium bowl, including the entirety of the Barclay and Regency Security Stands.
We’ve paid tribute to the late Justin Fashanu in the Regency Security Stand, as well as showing our gratitude to the work of the NHS during the coronavirus pandemic with tributes around the stadium.
There is various branding for our principal club partners and stand sponsors with our Global Canaries fan groups represented as well.
A number of messages from our Junior Canaries are included on a banner, with one reading: “You can’t see us and you can’t hear us, but we’ll always be with you.”
A special thanks goes to our close friends at Along Come Norwich and Barclay End Norwich who’ve designed some excellent graphics for the Barclay Stand.
They’ve also arranged for scarves to be tied to the railings alongside the tunnel in the City Stand and for smaller flags to be situated in the Barclay to symbolically represent the fans who normally hold and wave them.