Derby clash will be live on TV

Norwich's Carrow Road derby day clash against arch-rivals Ipswich on Sunday, November 4 (12.45pm) will be televised live by Skysports.

Norwich's Carrow Road derby day clash against arch-rivals Ipswich on Sunday, November 4 (12.45pm) will be televised live by Skysports.

The original noon kick off time has been moved forward as Peter Grant's side look to end a recent wretched run of one win in their last six home meetings with the Tractor Boys.

A Sky Sports spokesman said: “The East Anglian derby is always a special game, with a great atmosphere. The addition of this game to our early season offering from the Football League means we have seven local derbies in the initial 33 live fixtures announced so far.”

Sheffield Wednesday's Carrow Road visit on September 29 and Norwich's trip to QPR on October 8 will also be featured live by the satellite broadcaster.


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Meanwhile, City's flurry of summer signings has helped bolster season ticket sales at Carrow Road. There are now 650 season tickets left for sale after 400 new buyers took the figure sold up to 19,350.

With six new faces recruited by manager Peter Grant and the possibility of more to come, the Canaries are hopeful of reaching their ceiling of just over 20,000 before the Championship season kicks off on August 11.

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In addition, 9,000 tickets have already been sold for the pre-season friendly at home to West Ham, still three weeks away on Tuesday, July 31.

Seats for the West Ham game are now on open sale, while those for the Vitesse Arnhem home game on Friday, August 3, are available to season ticket-holders.

Tickets for City's Carling Cup first round tie against Barnet at Carrow Road on Tuesday, August 14, are also on sale.

They are available to season ticket-holders and members until 8pm on Monday, July 16, then go on general sale from 9am the next day.

Tickets are £10 for adults, £4 for OAPs and students and £1 for under-16s. City Stand lounges are all priced £12.

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