Police reveal the 10 pubs Norwich City fans can drink in near Wembley

Wembley Stadium.

Wembley Stadium. - Credit: PA

Police have revealed today that Norwich City fans will be able to drink in pubs to the east of Wembley stadium before Monday's play-off final.

The Met Police Football Unit traditionally segregates supporters by allocating pubs in the lead-up to big matches.

This morning, @MPSFootballUnit revealed that fans of Wycombe Wanderers, Swindon Town and Norwich City - who are contesting play-off finals at Wembley over the bank holiday weekend - will be able to use 10 pubs east of Wembley.

They are: Crystals Club, The Parish, First Class Sports Bar, The Wembley Tavern, Flyers Last Stand, The Torch, Crock of Gold, Moore Spice, Watkins Folly and Blue Check Café.

Middlesbrough fans - along with supporters of Southend United and Preston North End on Saturday and Sunday - have been allocated west-side pubs: Thirsty Eddie's, Masti, Flannery's, Station 31, The Corner House, Fusilier, The Copper Jug, Powerleague, The Green Man, Blue Room, Liquor Station and JJ Moons.


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