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Carrow Road (Norwich City stadium)

 
 

Information

Name: Carrow Road
Club:
Norwich City FC
Inauguration: 1935
Capacity: 24,300 seats
Record Attendance: 43,984; Norwich City-Leicester City, 1963
Address: Carrow Road, Norwich, NR1 1JE
 

Stadium Pictures

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History and Records

Carrow Road is the name of a football stadium, in which Norwich City, of the English Premier League play their home games. The team moved to Carrow Road following occupation of various other stadia from 1902.

Carrow Road was originally opened in 1935, and the record attendance for a home game at the stadium was 43,984 in 1963, well before all-seater stadia became mandatory for top division English football clubs. After recent expansions, the ground hosted a capacity all-seated crowd of 25,522 for a game against Manchester United on 9 April 2005, which was the highest for a considerable time.
 

Stands

The ground consists of four stands, the Barclay Stand, the Norwich and Peterborough Stand, the City Stand and the new Jarrold Stand to the south of the stadium, capacity 8,000.
 

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