Norwich City have been fined £10,000 and ordered to implement an action plan by the FA for "chants referencing disability" in their 6-1 pre-season win over King's Lynn Town.

The FA released the following statement about the game, which took place at Lynn's Walks Stadium on July 8 last year: "The FA alleged that the club repeatedly failed to ensure its spectators and/or supporters (and anyone purporting to be supporters or followers) conduct themselves in an orderly fashion and don’t use words or behaviour that are improper, offensive, abusive, indecent, or insulting with either express or implied reference to disability."

The club responded with a statement on their official website, as well as confirming that they'd accepted the charges and would oversee the action plan until the conclusion of the 2024-25 season.

The statement said: "The club condemns the chanting in question and will take appropriate disciplinary action against anyone identified as being involved. The club reminds its supporters that discriminatory chanting is a criminal offence.

"The club has a zero-tolerance policy towards discriminatory abuse of all kinds and remains committed to being ‘A Home For Everyone’.  We encourage all supporters to ‘Report It’ if they witness or experience any incidents of discriminatory or anti-social behaviour, whether at Carrow Road or any of the club’s away matches."