Norwich City Under-18s will host Derby County in the fourth round of the FA Youth Cup – after Manchester United were knocked out by the Rams.

Scoring hat-tricks is becoming a rather helpful habit for young Norwich City striker Adam Idah.

This season’s FA Youth Cup adventure began with a 4-1 win over Barnsley for Norwich City Under-18s this evening – which can be re-lived below.

Ahead of Norwich City’s next FA Youth Cup adventure starting against Barnsley at Carrow Road tonight, DAVID FREEZER looks back on a lively recent history in the competition for the young Canaries.

Norwich City’s third round FA Cup clash against champions Chelsea will be shown live by BT Sport on Saturday, January 6.

Lowestoft Town defender Dean Leacock insists the Blues have shown they are “a match for anyone” in the Bostik League Premier Division.

Opinion: David Hannant: My festive wish list to Farke Christmas

Wednesday, November 29, 2017

When we turn the calendar over on Friday and pinch punch our way around our friends and family, we will officially be into December.

City super fan David “Spud” Thornhill said he was “overwhelmed” after becoming a national celebrity following his starring role as fourth official at Carrow Road yesterday.

A new cafe which specialises in serving up luxurious desserts is looking to move to Norwich city centre - and to stay open until 11pm each day.

City have been linked with a January move for Egyptian international defensive midfielder Sam Morsy.

Late last week a text message from a friend who supports Leicester read: ’I can’t believe I pay £75 less for my season ticket than you do at Norwich.” Ah... it’s that time of year when the survey revealing just how much it costs to be a football fan is released.

Catch all our videos from before and after Norwich City’s frustrating 1-1 EFL Championship draw with Barnsley at Carrow Road.

Our Norwich City correspondent Paddy Davitt delivers his verdict from Carrow Road.

Follow the match build-up, live score and reaction as Norwich City return to EFL Championship duty following the final international break of the year, with a Carrow Road visit from Barnsley.

The international break has allowed Norwich City to reassess, refresh and prepare to get their season back on track – starting against Barnsley today.

As the Canaries enjoy a break from Championship action, DAVID FREEZER looks back on the predictions of City fans in our survey ahead of the season’s kick-off.

Grant Hanley has not been a moment’s bother for Daniel Farke, despite kicking his heels at Norwich City.

I normally dislike international breaks.

It was a bonfire night to remember as the Norfolk U14 junior badminton team took on Suffolk in the East Anglian derby.

With a third of the Championship season already played out, DAVID FREEZER delves into the statistics to reflect on a campaign which has already been something of a roller-coaster ride for Norwich City.

Remember that day at Wembley when Cameron Jerome nicked the ball off Middlesbrough defender Daniel Ayala and stormed through to put Norwich City ahead in the play-off final? Of course you do, it’s one of the great moments in Canaries history.

Saturday, October 28, almost directly below where I sit in the Barclay, Derby goalkeeper Scott Carson makes THAT challenge on Josh Murphy.

It speaks volumes for the unforgiving nature of the Championship that confidence can flip 180 degrees in less than a fortnight.

The international break begins on a low note for Norwich City and here is your chance to rate the performances of the Canaries players during yesterday’s 2-1 defeat at lowly Bolton.

Norwich City have lost three Championship games on the bounce for the first time this season, after being humbled 2-0 defeat at struggling Bolton Wanderers.

Strange times indeed at Norwich City. Cup runs jarring with dry spells. Derby dominance maintained but the walls of the Carrow Road fortress crumbling.

Our Norwich City correspondent Paddy Davitt delivers his verdict from Bolton

Norwich City have lost three Championship games on the bounce for the first time this season, after being humbled in a 2-0 defeat at lowly Bolton Wanderers this afternoon.

Daniel Farke insists he has no regrets over attacking the League Cup, despite suffering a Championship hangover.

Norwich City midfielder Tom Trybull insists confidence in the camp remains high ahead of Saturday’s Championship trip to Bolton - despite three defeats on the spin.

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