The next edition of On The Ball City, for our home match against Derby County, is now available to order online with those who purchase a copy in with a chance of winning a signed programme.
All you have to do is purchase a copy of our Derby County matchday programme before 5pm on Friday, via this link, and you will be entered into a draw to win a signed copy of our first OTBC edition of this season which has been signed by the majority of our first-team squad.
Fans will notice the distinctly different cover design for this match, which sees the image of Xavi Quintilla making up the final letter of OTBC.
With the programme being designed by our award-winning in-house team this campaign, Norwich City have chosen to break from convention and make every cover unique and collectable.
To do this we are letting the image of the player, featured for the main interview, dictate the design of the front page. Elements of both clubs, in terms of colours and club crests, will be used but the OTBC lettering and other supporting graphics will be different from game-to-game.
Inside, the 116-page programme is packed full of content. Added to a good chat with Xavi, about how he is settling into life in England, we have an interview with Simeon Jackson on that memorable match from 2011 and a talk with Kenny Brown Jr on his Canaries debut 1986.
Zoë Whitford takes a look at Grant Holt’s memorable microphone moustache celebration in a convincing win over Ipswich Town in 2010 and Matthew McGregor returns with his first fan column of the new season where he looks at the management of expectations.
There is a nostalgia piece from David Thornhill as he returns to a ‘Season in the Sun’ and On This Day in History goes back to 2009 when the Paul Lambert League One revival gathered pace with a 5-1 thrashing of Bristol Rovers at Carrow Road.
Added to that there is all the usual quizzes, news from the Community Sports Foundation and Norwich City Academy.
Order your copy here: https://www.curtis-sport.com/norwich-city, through Curtis Sport for £3.50, plus post and packaging fee.