Norwich City


Norwich City Football Club was founded in 1902, England. Its home port is Carrow Road in Norwich. At its beginning, The Canaries played on Newmarket Road. In 1908 they moved to a lime pit that was no longer used and became known as The Nest. In 1935, when it turned out that the capacity was too small, the club moved to its current home.



The first major prize was won in the 1961/62 season, when the League Cup was captured; a performance in the 1984/85 season was repeated. In the 1993/1994 season, the club played in Europe for the first time. Norwich first overcame Vitesse. In the second round, the biggest fairy tale in the club’s history took place. Bayern Munich was eliminated. On October 19, 1993, the club defeated Bayern Munich 1–2. The return game ended 1–1, allowing Norwich to advance. Norwich were eventually eliminated by Internazionale.