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Norwich City - detailed statistics and predictions for the upcoming matches

Norwich City - detailed statistics and predictions for the upcoming matches

Norwich is a professional English team from the city of the same name, located within the East part of England. The team was formed in 1902 after a meeting between local figures in the cafe "Criterion". The club's historic first clash was a few months later (September 6, 1902) against Harlich & Parkeston.

In the first few years after its creation, Norwich was given the nickname "citizens". In 1907, influenced by the home kit, the nickname was changed to "canaries", as we know them to this day. They play with yellow T-shirts and the sleeves and shorts are green colored. Red or black is most often used as away kit. The matches are played on Carrow Road, which has a capacity of 27,244 seats.

Norwich have played once in European tournaments, which took place in 1993. The previous year they finished third in the completely changed Premier League, second only to Manchester United and Aston Villa. In the UEFA Cup tournament, they performed magnificently, reaching the third round. In the first phase, they eliminated Vitesse Arnhem, and then served the big sensation, defeating Bayern Munich. However, this was not enough to overcome the Italian grand Inter.

It was the third position in the first season of the Premier League that turned out to be their greatest achievement. Norwich is a four-time Championship winner, most recently in the 2018/2019 season, when they finished in first place with an asset of 94 points. The Yellow-Greens have two first places in League 1 (third division) and have twice triumphed in the league's secondary cup, known as the Carling Cup (now the Carabao Cup).

With the most appearances for the team from the East of England is the goalkeeper Kevin Keelan, who wore the shirt of the "Canaries" 673 times in the period 1963 - 1980. The most goals scored for the club have Johnny Galvin (122), and the most successful championship victory is achieved in 1930 with 10:2 against Coventry. In the summer of 2018, Norwich received a record amount for their player - £ 25 million for James Madison, and the highest rated player in the history of the club is Stephen Naismith, for whom they pay £ 9 million to Everton.