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Norwich and Inter Milan legends to play at Carrow Road this weekend

PUBLISHED: 11:46 18 May 2018 | UPDATED: 11:46 18 May 2018

Norwich City Legends will host Inter Forever at Carrow Road on Sunday.

Norwich City Legends will host Inter Forever at Carrow Road on Sunday.

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Football legends from across Europe are coming to Norwich this weekend to take part in a charity game.

A Norwich City legends side are hosting Inter Milan on May 20th at Carrow Road, in aid of the Community Sports Foundation. Pictured are (from left) Grant Holt, Darren Eadie, Darren Huckerby, Darren Kenton, Scott Howie and Daryl Sutch. Picture: Ian BurtA Norwich City legends side are hosting Inter Milan on May 20th at Carrow Road, in aid of the Community Sports Foundation. Pictured are (from left) Grant Holt, Darren Eadie, Darren Huckerby, Darren Kenton, Scott Howie and Daryl Sutch. Picture: Ian Burt

Stars including Jurgen Klinsmann and Javier Zanetti will go up against the likes of Grant Holt, Darren Huckerby and Iwan Roberts on Sunday, May 20.

The Norwich City Legends v Inter Forever exhibition match, which kicks off at 2pm at Carrow Road, is raising money for the Community Sports Foundation (CSF).

Ahead of the game, EDP and Evening News readers can pick up a Holt or Huckerby face mask in our goody bags.

Proceeds from the game will go towards the CSF’s project to build a new sports facility in Horsford, north of Norwich.

The Nest will feature a floodlit 3G football pitch, sports hall, gym, and seven grass football pitches once complete.

It is currently being built on the former Anglian Windows and Social Club site, on Holt Road.


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