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Founded: 1902
Nicknames: The Canaries
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Norwich City statistics this season

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Norwich City are a Football League Championship side currently positioned 5th in the table of the 2014/2015 season.

Their last game was a 3 - 1 Win against Nottingham Forest (Home).
Norwich City's next fixture will be against Brighton and Hove Albion on 3rd April 2015.

Norwich City's biggest win so far this season was 6-1 against Millwall. Against Millwall they achieved their highest Performance Score of 392 this season.

Goal Scorer: Cameron Jerome (9 Goals)
Top Assists: Nathan Redmond (4 Assists)
Top Tacklers: Tettey (30 Tackles with a 48% success rate)
Highest Pass Accuracy: Gary Hooper (90% Pass Accuracy with 128 Comp. Passes)
Highest Shot Accuracy: Gary Hooper (100% Shot Accuracy with a Total 5 Shots)
Most Completed Passes: Tettey (1023 Completed Passes with an 88% Pass Accuracy)
Most Chances Created: Nathan Redmond (64 Chances Created: 4 Assists and 60 Key Passes)
Most Cards: Bradley Johnson (5 Yellow Cards and 1 Red Cards)
Most Take Ons: Nathan Redmond (57 Take Ons with a 66% Success Rate)

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Past Honours

League Cup (2): 1962, 1985

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About Norwich City

Nicknames The Canaries
Founded 1902
Stadium Carrow Road
Capacity 27033

Club Description

The East Anglian club owe their formation to a meeting in the Criterion Café in 1902. They suffered a tumultuous start to their existence as they were ousted from the amateur leagues and then went into liquidation. A reformation courtesy of the Watling family put them back on course in 1919 and they crept up the echelons of the professional football ladder in the 20’s and 30’s.

The Canaries bumbled around the lower division for most of the mid-twentieth century, they did achieve a League Cup win and a 6th placed finish along the way, however.

They were one of the more prominent clubs in English football in the 1980’s but were denied any titles by stronger opposition and unfortunately refused entry into European competitions because of the ban on English clubs taking part.

Norwich figured heavily in the early stages of the Premier League, achieving a 3rd place finish in the inaugural 1992-93 season. TV chef Delia Smith bought the majority stake from Geoffrey Watling and sought to establish City as a force in English football. This plan did not come to fruition as the club suffered several promotions and relegations before eventually tumbling to the third tier in 2009. 

Young, motivational manager Paul Lambert took over and won two back-to-back automatic promotions to sensationally reclaim their position in the Premier League but having moved on Aston Villa, he has now been replaced by the popular Chris Hughton.