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The Norwich pubs where you can watch the Canaries' Liverpool clash

PUBLISHED: 10:13 09 August 2019 | UPDATED: 10:13 09 August 2019

Andrew Coe - landlord of the Compleat Angler Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

Andrew Coe - landlord of the Compleat Angler Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

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With Norwich City making their Premier League season debut against Liverpool on Friday, pubs are preparing for a bumper turn-out.

St Andrews Brewhouse in Norwich. Photo: Simon FinlaySt Andrews Brewhouse in Norwich. Photo: Simon Finlay

A range of pubs are putting on the big game, attracting local and away fans and boosting business in the city.

The Compleat Angler, on Prince of Wales Road, is a central place for football fans and is well known for showing all Norwich games.

Andrew Coe, the pub's general manager, said promotion brought a major boost to the economy.

He said: "It is a very prestigious league and will help the economy in Norwich massively.

Phil Cutter at the Murderers. Photo: Steve AdamsPhil Cutter at the Murderers. Photo: Steve Adams

"It's important for us to show the game and give people a home base where they can come and watch it and somewhere where every single game is shown."

Meanwhile, St Andrews Brew House, on St Andrews Street, will also be screening the match.

Barman Antony Smith said: "It's a big league and a lot of people want to see the game. It's important we provide it to our customers.

"The game will provide trade as a lot of people will come to the city to watch it. There are a lot of hard core fans and we will definitely see more away fans coming to the city."

Norwich City fans watching the derby in the Coach and Horses. Picture: Ian BurtNorwich City fans watching the derby in the Coach and Horses. Picture: Ian Burt

Norwich's away match at Liverpool will kick off at 8pm on Friday night.

Here are some of the pubs showing the match:

- The Whalebone Freehouse, Magdalen Road

- Compleat Angler, Prince of Wales Road

Norwich City fans Alison Greenacre and her daughter Meg watching the derby in the Coach and Horses. Picture: Ian Burt Norwich City fans Alison Greenacre and her daughter Meg watching the derby in the Coach and Horses. Picture: Ian Burt

- The Woolpack Inn, Golden Ball Street

- The Murderers, Timber Hill,

- St. Andrews Brew House, St Andrews Street

- Rileys Sports Bar, Magdalen Street

Norwich City fans Alison Greenacre and her daughter Meg watching the derby in the Coach and Horses. Picture: Ian BurtNorwich City fans Alison Greenacre and her daughter Meg watching the derby in the Coach and Horses. Picture: Ian Burt

- The Heartsease, Plumstead Road

- The Gordon, Gordon Avenue

- The Kings Arms, Hall Road

- The Coach And Horses, Thorpe Road

- Pig and Whistle, All Saints Green

- The Coachmakers Arms, St Stephens Road

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