Norwich swim against the tide and reduce ticket prices after promotion 

12 June 2019

Norwich
Photo: Getty Images Carrow Road is set to be full next season when the Canaries are back in the Premier League. Norwich are capping all adult match tickets at £30, as well as introducing a new membership system. 

The Canaries are capping all home adult match tickets at £30 in their first season back in the Premier League. 

The announcement comes in the wake of all Premier League teams agreeing to extend the away cap of £30. 

Christian Fomsgaard Jensen cfj@offthepitch.com

Norwich City aren’t celebrating promotion to the Premier League by raising ticket prices for the coming season.

In fact, they’ve done quite the opposite by reducing the cost of home tickets during a season when they’ll receive around an extra £100 million in broadcast income.

In the coming season, The Canaries are capping all adult match tickets at £30, as well as introducing a new membership system, explains their chief operating officer Ben Kensell. 

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