Club Info

Nickname :
The Canaries

Founded :
17 June 1902

Ground :
Carrow Road
Capacity: 27,244

Chairman :
Ed Balls

Managing Director :
Steve Stone

Directors :
Delia Smith
Michael Wynn-Jones
Michael Foulger
Stephan Phillips
Tom Smith

Club Ambassador :
Stephen Fry

Sporting Director :
Stuart Webber

Head Coach :
Daniel Farke

Captain :
Russell Martin


Current League :
Championship (2nd tier)



HONOURS

Division One Champions 2003-04

Division Two Champions
1971-72, 1985–86  

Championship Runners Up
2010-11

League One Champions
2009-10

Division Three (South) Champions
1933–34

Div Three Runners Up
1959–60

League Cup Winners
1962, 1985

League Cup Runners Up
1973, 1975

Norfolk & Suffolk League Champions
1904-05

other promotions :
1974-75 (from Div Two)
1981-82 (from Div Two)
2014-15 (from Championship via play-offs)



HISTORICAL TIMELINE

1902 - club formed following meeting at Criterion Cafe

1905 - first trophy secured by winning the Norfolk & Suffolk League

1905 - turned professional and joined Southern League

1908 - moved ground from Newmarket Rd to The Nest

1908 - biggest defeat 10-2 v Swindon Town

1917 - club enters voluntary liquidation

1919 - club re-formed

1920 - join Football League Division Three

1930 - biggest win 10-2 v Coventry City

1931 - club had to apply for re-election

1934 - champions Third Division South

1935 - moved from The Nest to Carrow Rd

1947 - club had to apply for re-election

1948 - club had to apply for re-election

1957 - club had to apply for re-election

1957 - new Board including Geoffrey Watling and Arthur South save club from extinction

1959 - reached FA Cup semi final whilst a Third Division club

1962 - win League Cup 4-0 on aggregate against Rochdale

1963 - record home crowd 43,984 v Leicester City

1972 - win Division Two to reach top flight for first time

1973 - reach Wembley for first time losing 1-0 in League Cup Final to Spurs

1984 - Main Stand at Carrow Road gutted by fire

1985 - win League Cup 1-0 against Sunderland

1986 - win Division Two

1993 - highest ever League finish of third in Premier League

1993 - first match in Europe beating Vitesse Arnhem 3-0, and later Bayern Munich 3-2 on aggregate

2004 - win First Division and return to Premier League

2010 - win League One

2011 - complete back to back promotions by finishing second in the Championship

2015 - promotion from the Championship via the play-offs

2016 - relegation back to the Championship
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