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Norwich City’s first team have four home games and two away matches in January, while the club’s Academy teams and women’s team are also back in action for 2021.
Below is a full list of all first-team, Academy and women’s fixtures.
Sky Bet Championship
City go into the New Year three points clear at the top of the Championship table following Brentford’s win at home to AFC Bournemouth.
In January, the Canaries will face a group of teams who have had mixed fortunes so far this season.
Norwich can take confidence from October’s 3-1 win at Bristol City when the Robins travel to Carrow Road, and the same can be said for Middlesbrough, who were beaten 1-0 by a Teemu Pukki penalty in November, and Cardiff City, who lost 2-0 in Norfolk.
As for Millwall, we’ll be looking to rectify this season’s 0-0 draw against them when we travel to the Den, while we are yet to play Barnsley this season.
Norwich City v Middlesbrough will be broadcast on Sky Sports and streamed on iFollow to season ticket holders.
All other Sky Bet Championship games will be streamed exclusively on iFollow.
It was announced that Norwich would host Coventry in the third round of the FA Cup shortly after November’s 1-1 draw at home to the Sky Blues.
The Canaries will be keen to create more memorable moments in the FA Cup following last season’s successes against Preston North End, Burnley and Tottenham Hotspur.
Norwich City v Coventry City will be broadcast on BT Sport Extra 5.
City’s Under-23s go into January fifth in the Premier League 2 Division 2 with five wins, one draw and five defeats from 11 games so far.
David Wright’s side will be looking to put recent form of two defeats and one draw right when they travel to West Bromwich Albion on January 11.
Reading and Aston Villa are the U23s’ other opponents in the league this month, both teams currently below City in an incredibly tight league table; just nine points separating first from 13th.
As for the Under-18s, their recent 3-0 win at West Ham United put them eighth in the Premier League U18 South. Fulham away and Aston Villa at home are the standout fixtures, the former leading the league at the time of writing and the latter sitting third.
Our Under-21s will also face West Ham United at Carrow Road in the fourth round of the FA Youth Cup having beaten Wolverhampton Wanderers 4-2 at St. George’s Park last month. The date and time of the match will be confirmed in due course.
Updates for all Academy fixtures can be found on Twitter @NorwichCityAcad.
Norwich City Women
In the league this season, our women’s first team have three wins and one defeat from four games, putting them fifth in the division at the end of December.
With five matches scheduled to take place in January, an East Anglian Derby against league leaders Ipswich Town is set to be the highlight.
As for the reserves, they currently sit second from bottom with three points from five games, so the three matches in January represent a chance to climb the table.
Updates for all Norwich City Women fixtures can be found on Twitter @NorwichCityWFC.