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Norwich City Football Club Season Tickets Children (Under-12s) just £25.00

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Norwich have announced their season ticket prices for 2009/10 season Family area prices for under-12s remain at £25 Supporters can once again spread payments over 12 months interest free Thi… Read More
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8y, 3m agoFound 8 years, 3 months ago
Norwich have announced their season ticket prices for 2009/10 season

Family area prices for under-12s remain at £25

Supporters can once again spread payments over 12 months interest free

This works out at 23 home games @ less than £1.09 per game

Noticed a few comments about possible relegation, If they did get relagated (unlikely???) then prices will be reduced by 20%.

Adults prices for family area are £350 (for renewals), which work out at £15 per game.

So 1 child and 1 adult can watch Championship football next season (hopefully!!!) for just £31.25 per month.

Norwich have 20,000 season ticket holders so it cant all be bad!

Come on support your LOCAL club at a great price!

Please do not vote this deal cold just because you do not like Norwich!!!

Remember we cant all cram into Old Trafford, Stamford Bridge etc every week and dearsay they are paying alot more for the privledge too.
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#1
Please note added to pay monthly by direct debit is interest free.
#2
best £300 i spent this season, norwich are like watching brazil
#3
OnTheBallCity
best £300 i spent this season, norwich are like watching brazil


Ha ha ha ha ha, BUT, who is going to Chelsea :p
#4
about time clubs started thinking of the future, my club reading fc charge £85 for u17's for half a season, adults are £425 this season (£545 last 2 seasons in the prem tho we were one of the cheapest)
#5
£31.25, plus fuel, plus food, plus drinks,

swearing on the pitch, people stand up when someone gets close to the goal so under 12's can't see, ref abuse, violence between fans, er..... no thanks (i'm not saying any of these happen at Norwich, but they DO happen else where) I'll get my 6 year old a season ticket to see rugby union, played by real men who don't dive to get a decision and lie on the floor hoping to get a free kick.

FA, sort out these divers there spoiling the game...

Gun
#6
Excellent deal. As a now suffering Southampton fan I cannot fully support your wish to see Championship football, but I do like the deal.

Real football fans will not vote cold, those who glory hunt in the Premiership may; sadly for them they don't know any better.
#7
MikeBeaver
Ha ha ha ha ha, BUT, who is going to Chelsea :p


u got ipswich season ticket. hope ipswich win
#8
Heck, it's a good deal, even as an Ipswich fan I voted hot :p

Mike..
#9
*XxGunnerxX*;4171768
£31.25, plus fuel, plus food, plus drinks,

swearing on the pitch, people stand up when someone gets close to the goal so under 12's can't see, ref abuse, violence between fans, er..... no thanks (i'm not saying any of these happen at Norwich, but they DO happen else where) I'll get my 6 year old a season ticket to see rugby union, played by real men who don't dive to get a decision and lie on the floor hoping to get a free kick.

FA, sort out these divers there spoiling the game...

Gun


all adds to the game....imo rugby is dull (for union - they dont even need to qualify for the Rugby world cup!), only american handbagball is worse and players are not the angels everyone believes they are either...its people like you who are ruining the game

nb. agree about the divers tho...ronaldo, chelsea players are the worst for it, and i hate the arrogance and alot of footballers would be in a life of crime
#10
Premiership clubs please take note.

Heat added.
#11
savasaint;4171791
Excellent deal. As a now suffering Southampton fan I cannot fully support your wish to see Championship football, but I do like the deal.

Real football fans will not vote cold, those who glory hunt in the Premiership may; sadly for them they don't know any better.


the premiership is all geared up for the big clubs, small clubs like reading, wigan, hull arent welcome (but they say they are through gritted teeth in the press).....its overpriced and alot of the prem club dont have real fans.....cue the arsenal 'fan' outside the emirates who attempted to laughed at my one of my friends for wearing a reading fc jacket....my friend just said well at least i dont take pictures of my own ground...cue fits of laughter from reading and arsenal fans!!
#12
OnTheBallCity
best £300 i spent this season, norwich are like watching brazil

I guess the yellow shirts are quite similar..............................!
As am Ipswich fan I can't quite bring myself to vote a City deal hot although my dad would like it if he lived close enough!
Shame other clubs don't follow with these sort of prices, my kids often bring letters home from school with special price tickets for town matches at £1 for a kids seat but the £20+ price for an adult puts it out of my price bracket!
#13
Norwich is probably the most family orientated football club in the country and is one of the few where the season tickets are sold out very quickly thanks to stunning deals like this.
#14
£350 for an adult ticket, could probably get a ticket at premier league wigan for that
#15
Great price. be grateful you aint got Jez Moxley their
1 Like #16
royals
all adds to the game....imo rugby is dull (for union - they dont even need to qualify for the Rugby world cup!), only american handbagball is worse and players are not the angels everyone believes they are either...its people like you who are ruining the game

nb. agree about the divers tho...ronaldo, chelsea players are the worst for it, and i hate the arrogance and alot of footballers would be in a life of crime


so

1. My 6 year old hearing a "fan" shout "F*cking get you eyes tested ref" adds to the game?
2. Seeing 2 grown adults (fans?) kicking the Cr*p out of each other just because they support different teams adds to the game?
3. 2 grown adults (players) throwing handbags at each other adds to the game?
4. Watching so called professional players cheating to get free kicks and penalties and NOT being punished for it adds to the game?

What a terrible example this sport gives our youth, these people earn millions and a percentage think they have a god given right to have it all there own way, and that cheating is a thing that is acceptable and grown ups do.

I support wolves have done since I was a kid, I was stopped from going by my parents when I went with a family friend to see them play Man Utd, it was reported the next day that Utd fans had been throwing sharpened disks into the wolves crowd with the nice words " I hope this cuts your head off you f*cking wolves b*st*rd"

I rest my case...

Still a wolves fan, but not a visitor, now Rugby is a different story, much nicer environment, fans mixed together, real grown ups with young familys...

gun
#17
Wish they did a deal for student prices for season tickets! Makes it cheaper for me to pay for each separate game as they charge around £10 for us to go see them as we're students. Shame really! Still voted hot though, fantastic deal for the price for kids!
#18
we (wolves) do under 12s season ticket for £24 but they sting the adults £400 at the end of the day its the kids who are the future of the club.Get them into football and when they turn 17 the club bleed them dry.
#19
russthewomble
£350 for an adult ticket, could probably get a ticket at premier league wigan for that


Be a bit of a long journey from Norwich to Wigan though !! :whistling::whistling:

Surely the point is to support local teams, not glory hunt round the country looking for the cheapest Premiership team just so you can see big teams once a year.
#20
I encourage anyone to go and Watch Norwich next season,
the atmosphere is one of the best in the league,
the players need the support anyway, £1 tickets have been going around recently for U-16's
Charlton last week (when Roeder got sacked) , and Southampton next week is £1 for U-16's.
Charlton wasn't worth the money, but im sure Southampton will be a very good game.

Hot

On the ball...
#21
Had a season ticket at Norwich for about 6 years when I was younger, was only £40 for under 16's the prices really are great, and Carrow road is one of the few grounds in the Championship, and the PL for that matter, which is full every week.
#22
Voted hot,
And im a Argyle Fan
wish they would follow suit,
the way things are going they may well have to as well :roll:
#23
Voted Hot!

Hahaha! East Anglian Boy
#24
Up the green yarmy! Been a season ticket holder since 2002. Awesome club and always 23,000 plus every game even against barnsley!

Here is the full LIST of ALL prices of season tickets.
http://www.canaries.co.uk/page/SeasonTickets/0,,10355,00.html

COME ON CITY AND BEAT SOTON ON TUESDAY!! OTBC! HOTT
#25
*XxGunnerxX*;4172107
so

1. My 6 year old hearing a "fan" shout "F*cking get you eyes tested ref" adds to the game?
2. Seeing 2 grown adults (fans?) kicking the Cr*p out of each other just because they support different teams adds to the game?
3. 2 grown adults (players) throwing handbags at each other adds to the game?
4. Watching so called professional players cheating to get free kicks and penalties and NOT being punished for it adds to the game?

What a terrible example this sport gives our youth, these people earn millions and a percentage think they have a god given right to have it all there own way, and that cheating is a thing that is acceptable and grown ups do.

I support wolves have done since I was a kid, I was stopped from going by my parents when I went with a family friend to see them play Man Utd, it was reported the next day that Utd fans had been throwing sharpened disks into the wolves crowd with the nice words " I hope this cuts your head off you f*cking wolves b*st*rd"

I rest my case...

Still a wolves fan, but not a visitor, now Rugby is a different story, much nicer environment, fans mixed together, real grown ups with young familys...

gun


Things have got a lot better from the incident you mention here. It is not just a football thing though.

I watched video yesterday of people fighting at the Tennis and this is the third year in a row that this has happened.
#26
"Who are ya?" "Lets be avin ya" :oops: :p :-D
http://i185.photobucket.com/albums/x113/pitchslap/delia-smith.jpg
#27
Hot deal £46 at the brit
#28
stokie28
Hot deal £46 at the brit

who wants to watch hoofball?
#29
mark_dumpleton
Wish they did a deal for student prices for season tickets! Makes it cheaper for me to pay for each separate game as they charge around £10 for us to go see them as we're students. Shame really! Still voted hot though, fantastic deal for the price for kids!
They kinda do, its under 21
#30
Even as an ipswich fan I will vote this hot! Maybe just maybe if the Ipswich board are listening they will see that this is the way to get a ground full!

Excellent price for 23 Div 1 games and Local Derbies against Peterborough, Colchester and Southend!
#31
MrPinchPenny;4172460
"Who are ya?" "Lets be avin ya"
http://i185.photobucket.com/albums/x113/pitchslap/delia-smith.jpg


I'm surprised that it took 27 posts for that to raise it's ugly head.
Worst thing about supporting Norwich = Delia Smith.:|

I remember it used to cost a quid to stand in the Barclay when I was a kid so this is a hot deal.:thumbsup:
#32
russthewomble
£350 for an adult ticket, could probably get a ticket at premier league wigan for that


Yeah they charge that but still can't get the ground half full....
#33
Under 18's at forest are £111. less than £5 a game.
#34
I'm 18 years too old, and 350 miles too north, otherwise I'd have one! Hot
#35
that's because they're ****
#36
savasaint
Be a bit of a long journey from Norwich to Wigan though !! :whistling::whistling:

Surely the point is to support local teams, not glory hunt round the country looking for the cheapest Premiership team just so you can see big teams once a year.


Sure, it's all relative, but as a hot deal, it's not any better than what's on offer elsewhere.
#37
t0mm
Under 18's at forest are £111. less than £5 a game.


Whats your point as under 21 can get £50 season ticket at Norwich.

Come on you yellows!!!!!
#38
Not my team but a great deal which i wish others would match.

Slim chance methinks.
#39
who wants to watch hoofball?[/QUOTE]

If only they DID play some more direct stuff, rather than pretty football along the ground, without a cutting edge/goalscorer in the final third, we'd see them fighting for promotion, rather than relegation battles.
#40
*XxGunnerxX*;4172107
so

1. My 6 year old hearing a "fan" shout "F*cking get you eyes tested ref" adds to the game?
2. Seeing 2 grown adults (fans?) kicking the Cr*p out of each other just because they support different teams adds to the game?
3. 2 grown adults (players) throwing handbags at each other adds to the game?
4. Watching so called professional players cheating to get free kicks and penalties and NOT being punished for it adds to the game?

What a terrible example this sport gives our youth, these people earn millions and a percentage think they have a god given right to have it all there own way, and that cheating is a thing that is acceptable and grown ups do.

I support wolves have done since I was a kid, I was stopped from going by my parents when I went with a family friend to see them play Man Utd, it was reported the next day that Utd fans had been throwing sharpened disks into the wolves crowd with the nice words " I hope this cuts your head off you f*cking wolves b*st*rd"

I rest my case...
gun


How about you re-open it and justify your "real men" stamping on each others heads? Or gouging each other in the eye. Maybe you could justify spear tackles (but thats ok, they get a three week ban for something that could parlyse a man for life).

Yeah, I suppose its all OK. I've rather have whiney diving primadonna than brutal violent savages anyday.

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