Russell Martin, Sebastien Bassong and Youssouf Mulumbu to take part in Norwich City fans Q&A session

Russell Martin and Sebastien Bassong will take part in a question and answer session with the audien

Russell Martin and Sebastien Bassong will take part in a question and answer session with the audience in the first event of the new Norwich City Fans Social Club. - Credit: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd

Come along to Carrow Road next week to meet first team players and fellow fans at the first event of the new Norwich City Fans Social Club.

City players Russell Martin, Sebastien Bassong and Youssouf Mulumbu* will take part in a question and answer session with the audience on Wednesday, August 19 at the Top of the Terrace, Barclay Stand at Carrow Road.

It's the first event organised by the new Norwich City Fans Social Club and it's open to all fans, of all ages.

Compered by former City star Darren Eadie, there's no need to book but make sure you get in early as it's first come, first served for seats. Tickets are just £3 for adults and £1 for children under 16 (must be accompanied by an adult) and doors are open at 6.45pm for a 7:30pm start.

Every paying guest will receive a free raffle ticket to win a City shirt signed by the first team, plus there are lots of other great prizes to be won in a charity raffle for the Norwich City Community Sports Foundation.


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The club shop will stay open until 7pm and the Top of the Terrace bar will be open too for the duration of the event.

The Norwich City Fans Social Club is a new group set up by fans, for fans, which is independent from the football club but is supported by the Canaries' management team. The Social Club's group of volunteers will be organising more events in the next few months.

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There are no membership fees – you don't join, you just join in.

For more information, to contribute an idea or to get involved visit www.ncfsc.co.uk or tweet @NorwichCityFSC or facebook Norwich City Fans Social Club.

*Appearances subject to change

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