City games moved because of Sky coverage

Norwich feature twice in the first 24 Coca-Cola Championship league games being televised by Sky.

Norwich feature twice in the first 24 Coca-Cola Championship league games being televised by Sky.

The home match with Sheffield Wednesday is the first to be shown, with the fixture on Saturday September 29 moving to a 5.20pm start.

City's match at QPR, which was scheduled for October 6 has been moved to Monday October 8, starting at 7.45pm.

Andrew Cullen, director of sales and marketing at Norwich City, said: "Any additional revenue gained from being shown live on Sky is of course welcome and we hope very much we can produce performances which our supporters watching us, both live and on television, will enjoy."

Norwich's league matches with Ipswich are also moved to midday kick offs on Sundays once again, following police requests..

The home match will be played on November 4 and the away game at Portman Road on April 13.

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Norwich's away game at Cardiff will also start at noon, on Saturday February 9. An international rugby fixture between Wales and Scotland is planned in Cardiff on the same day, with police requesting City's Championship game be moved forward to avoid a clash.