With seven potential first-team fixtures, two confirmed Academy games and more to come, plus the start of Norwich City Women's league campaign, September is set to be a busy month at the club.
Let's break it down and take a look at who we'll be playing and when, as well as how supporters can watch the action from home.
First Round - Saturday, September 5 (3pm KO) vs Luton Town (A)
Second Round - Wednesday, September 16 (time TBC)
Third Round - Wednesday, September 23 (time TBC)
Fourth Round - Wednesday, September 30 (time TBC)
The 2020-21 season begins for our first team with a trip to Kenilworth Road on Saturday, September 5. There will be much intrigue surrounding Daniel Farke’s lineup choice, given that a hefty chunk of his squad will be unavailable through international duty.
Should the Canaries come away with a win, they will progress to the Second Round of the Carabao Cup, which takes place on Wednesday, September 16, with the Third and Fourth rounds also taking place later in the month.
All Carabao Cup games will be streamed on iFollow.
Sky Bet Championship
Match 1 - Saturday, September 12 (3pm KO) vs Huddersfield Town (A)
Match 2 - Saturday, September 19 (3pm KO) vs Preston North End (H)
Match 3 - Friday, September 25 (7.45pm KO) vs AFC Bournemouth (A)
Following the first Carabao Cup game, City’s season will kick off in the Championship with a trip to the John Smiths Stadium to face Huddersfield, who finished 18th in 2019-20.
If City advance to the Fourth Round of the Carabao Cup, they’ll play a total of seven games in September with opportunities for plenty of squad rotation from Saturdays to Wednesdays.
Preston North End will be the opponents for City’s first home game of the season at Carrow Road, while a trip to AFC Bournemouth will present an interesting look at who can adapt quickest to being relegated from the Premier League.
AFC Bournemouth v Norwich City will be broadcast on Sky Sports and streamed on iFollow to season ticket holders.
Both other Sky Bet Championship games will be streamed on iFollow.
Under-21s EFL Trophy Match 1 - Tuesday, September 8 (7.45pm KO) vs Plymouth Argyle (A)
Steve Weaver’s Under-18s have now wrapped up their pre-season, with their Under-18s Premier League schedule to be confirmed shortly.
As for the Under-23s, their Premier League 2 campaign will also be confirmed imminently, but a selection of players from both Academy sides will be eligible to play for the Under-21s in our first EFL Trophy game, which takes place at Plymouth Argyle on Tuesday, September 8 (7.45pm KO).
Updates for all Academy fixtures can be found on Twitter @NorwichCityAcad.
Norwich City Women
Match 1 - Sunday, September 20 (2pm KO) vs Cambridge United (A)
Match 2 - Sunday, September 27 (2pm KO) vs Cambridge City (H)
Norwich City Women kick off their National League Division 1 South East campaign this month by taking on the two Cambridge sides - United and City.
Starting with the visit of Cambridge City, Norwich City Women will be playing their home games this season at The Nest.
Updates for all Norwich City Women fixtures can be found on Twitter @NorwichCityWFC.