Around 300 tickets had been sold by the time they went off sale on Monday afternoon and the club have now been informed that tickets will be available from Carrow Road on Tuesday evening.
Over 65s: £5
We are situated along the side of the pitch in the South Stand, the newest in the ground. Our accommodation is to the right of the halfway line as you look at the playing area and offers an excellent view, unimpeded, although in order to maximise capacity it is bit steep, given the lack of space to build behind it. Consequently the concourses are a bit smaller than one might expect, but not to the point of discomfort.
Food and refreshments
All good things come to an end and Delia Smith’s pies are no more with bespoke being replaced by the sort of stuff you get at most grounds.
The close proximity to the city centre means there is plenty to choose from. In terms of pubs, you can have a lovely little crawl around The River Wensum if you have time. The Coach and Horses nearby is pretty nice and again if you have time there are some lovely places there, especially near the cathedral.
For ease of choice, the Riverside Centre between the ground and the railway station, about a ten minute walk from the ground. There is also a bar in the hotel at the ground, while a good range is available in the ground itself.
The post code is NR1 1JE. Parking is a bit limited but there is a multi-storey near the adjacent Morrison's, some street parking or there is the option of the Norfolk County Hall.
It's a bit of an indirect journey and look forward to plenty of roundabouts and roads without lights. From the A11, exit towards Norwich and join the A47 towards Great Yarmouth. Keep going until you get to the exit for the A146, signposted Norwich and Lowestoft.
Turn left at the first set of lights at the bottom of the slip road, then continue to the next set of lights and turn right onto Martineau Lane. Things get complicated at The County Hall roundabout due to the usual route down Bracondale being closed for roadworks. Supporters are urged to follow diversions from this point and allow extra time for possible congestion.
Keep right and turn right again at the next set of lights onto Kings Road, keep going and Carrow Road is soon visible.
The railway station is about a 15-minute walk, come out and turn left then just follow the river round. The ground is easily visible.
There is a train back at 22.00, but this is a bit tight, never mind the threat of extra time and penalties.