Listen to the latest edition of the PinkUn Norwich City Podcast, as we discuss the release of the Canaries’ 2018-19 EFL Championship fixtures – with a smidge of transfer talk to boot.
Daniel Farke is confident Norwich City will soon be able to bolster their squad, following the big-money sales of Josh Murphy and James Maddison.
Ben Godfrey is not about to join Josh Murphy or James Maddison in the Premier League - but a Championship loan move may be on the cards.
A player’s career isn’t always done once they leave the full-time game – in the latest of our alternative Canaries A-Z series, Chris Lakey takes a look at some who have prospered in non league, starting with a royal appointment...
A group of Norwich City fans are looking to improve the atmosphere at Carrow Road - and are urging fellow supporters to dip into their pockets to help create a carnival feeling at the stadium.
Marvin Ducksch is set to join newly-promoted Bundesliga club Fortuna Dusseldorf, after being heavily linked with the Canaries in the summer transfer window.
Paul Hurst is excited to get an early crack at ending Ipswich Town’s poor record against rivals Norwich City.
He’s just claimed the English under-20 men’s javelin crown in style but Daniel Bainbridge needs to throw even further to secure a place at the approaching World U20 Championships.
New Lowestoft Town manager Jamie Godbold has added two more players to his squad, bringing the number of signings since he took over at the end of May up to seven.
Gutsy King’s Lynn Stars gave everything they had, but ran out of steam as they lost 52-38 at the hands of reigning champions and league leaders Swindon.
Simon Clark says discussions are on-going in his bid to bring Cameron King back to King’s Lynn Town next season.
The Norwich and District Sunday League will be made up of five divisions and feature sin bins next season, as the league closes on its landmark 60th year.
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Our latest Young Norfolk Sports Academy update comes from artistic gymnast Laura-Rose Cooke.
Some of the region’s biggest hitters will be on show when boxing returns to the Norwich ring next month.
Norfolk’s George Catchpole has been forced to retire from professional rugby – at the age of just 24.
Some of the fastest cars to compete at Snetterton this year will contest the British Sprint Championship this weekend on the 100 layout of the Norfolk venue.