Norwich City Supporter Groups
This section is dedicated to our loyal supporters from the UK and abroad.
If you are interested in joining a supporter group, please find the relevant information below on how to contact the representative from a group in your area.
If you would like to register your group, or if any of the details require amendments, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Asian Canaries brings locals that are living or used to live in Asia and Canary fans visiting Asia together to support Norwich City by watching the Canaries on TV in Asia.
Contact: Sean Morgan
Barclay End Norwich is an organised and active fan group aiming to improve the atmosphere at Norwich City matches. They aim to create a fan culture which brings a colourful, passionate and partisan atmosphere to matches, building a greater sense of unity amongst supporters and encouraging them to take a more active role in supporting the team.
Contact: David Wiltshire
Canaries Down Under was formed in 2009 and is for fans in Australia and New Zealand who meet up and support Norwich City.
Contact: Marcus Cannell
The Canaries Trust is part of a growing network of Supporters Trusts throughout the UK and is run on a non-profit basis by an elected Board of volunteers with the primary purpose of raising funds to buy shares in Norwich City Football Club on behalf of the fans.
Contact: Mike Reynolds
Formed in 1975 and based in the capital, the Capital Canaries was originally intended for Norwich City Fans in and around the London area. Overtime the amount of members has increased and they currently have more than 200 members.
Contact: Andi Ansell and Andrew Richley
A group for Norwich City fans based in the Channel Islands.
Contact: Christopher Collins
Forces2Canaries was formed in 2003 for veterans and serving members of the Armed Forces and they have around 150 members from all over the globe.
Contact: Neville Townsend
They founded in 2002 and are the main supporter group for Norwich City fans from Germany, Switzerland and Austria.
Contact: Paul Standley
Hampshire Canaries were initially formed in 1982 when some friends joined together whilst serving in the Royal Navy. They don’t travel together as much as they used to however they always meet up at away games for pre match beers and food.
Contact: Linda Edwards
The Norwich City Disabled Supporters Association (NCDSA) exists to promote the needs of supporters of Norwich City Football Club who have disabilities.
Contact: Ben Iles
The NY Canaries were founded in 2003 and they meet for games at the Football Factory in Midtown, below the gaze of the Empire State Building on 33rd street and can be joined by visitors from the fine city.
Contact: James Copland/ Justin Koplin
Posh Canaries have been established since 2002 by a chance encounter of fans from Peterborough bumping into each other camping ahead of the Playoff Final in Cardiff and they now have more than 30 members.
Contact: Jeremy Bussoopun
Proud Canaries launched at the Norwich City game v Spurs in February 2014, it was the second officially recognised LGBT supporters’ groups in the country. The group is a social forum for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans supporters of Norwich City Football Club.
Contact: Di Cunningham
Scottish Canaries is for Norwich City fans who are Scottish, or other nationalities living in Scotland who support The Canaries, or just any City fan with some form of Scottish connection.
Contact: Andrew Gillie
South West Canaries are supporters living in the South West of England aiming to gather more supporters living or working in the South West. They travel to games together and meet up when Norwich are televised.
Contact: Steve Martin
Their Facebook group was founded in 2009 and is a supporter group for all things Norwich City in Thailand.
Contact: Sean Morgan