Norwich City are delighted to confirm that 1,000 season ticket holders will have the opportunity to see the club in action against Preston North End at Carrow Road this weekend.
Following discussions with the EFL and subsequent government approval, the club’s application to hold a pilot event at Carrow Road has been approved.
City will be just one of three Championship clubs given permission to hold a pilot event at their respective stadiums this weekend.
From 3pm on Wednesday, September 16, each of the club’s season ticket holders will be able to apply for one of the 1,000 match tickets, which will be allocated via a random ballot process. Applications for tickets for the fixture will close at 5pm on Thursday, September 17.
Within their respective support bubbles, season ticket holders will be able to apply for up to six tickets for the fixture by visiting www.canaries.co.uk/stballot.
Alternatively, ticket applications for the fixture can be made by phoning the club’s ticket office on 01603 721902, option 1. Phone lines open 9am through to 5pm.
All supporters applying for the selected tickets must accept and adhere to the supporter code of conduct, which contains the measures we are taking to make Carrow Road a COVID-secure venue, prior to applying for tickets.
All supporters who apply for a match ticket will be notified via email whether their application has been successful or unsuccessful, by 12pm on Friday, September 18.
Supporters will be allocated seats in their respective support bubbles in the South Stand at Carrow Road. Further admission and matchday details for those who are successful in the random ballot will be issued via email.
Season ticket holders who are successful in their ticket application for this fixture will not be able to apply for future fixtures that are at a reduced capacity until all other season ticket holders have had the opportunity to attend a fixture.