Norwich City to open its doors on Sunday

Norwich City will be opening its doors to fans this Sunday, a day after the final home game of the season.

Norwich City will be opening its doors to fans this Sunday, a day after the final home game of the season.

The club's popular annual open day takes place at Carrow Road between 1.30pm and 6pm, when fans will have an opportunity to take a look behind the scenes - and the first team squad will be there.

The Friends of Norwich City Youth will be auctioning club memorabilia, while there will be an ex-player question and answer session and an open forum with key club officials, including manager Peter Grant.

Several pitchside activities will be running including an ex-player exhibition match at 4.30pm and an appearance by well-known ball juggler Dan Magness, who has appeared at Carrow Road earlier this season.

For the younger supporters the Soccer PM! team will be in the Russell Allison Lounge ands the first ever SoccerPM! awards will be presented pitchside - a competition has involved under-16 supporters voting in five categories, including for their player of the season.

Football in the Community will have their inflatable pitch present and are hosting a supporters' five-a-side tournament at Carrow Park from 12.30pm and profiling their successful Ability Counts programme with a disabled football demonstration. This will be the first year that the Carrow Park facilities are available to view at an open day after its launch in July last year.

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Outside of the Jarrold Stand there will be an opportunity to take a look around the team coach.

The Historical Trust will be stationed in the 59ers Lounge selling old programmes and there will the opportunity for fans to become one of the first “supporters of the Norwich City Historical Trust”. By making a donation of £5 they will receive an exclusive badge and other benefits - an initiative aimed at supporting the charity set-up to maintain and preserve all aspects of the club's history for supporters in the future.

The club car park is open on a first come first served basis for free parking. Entry to activities is free.