I've been a passionate Norwich City fan for over 40 years, love the community feel and everything it stands for. This fans' social club means the world to me and I will continue to work hard with our team to organise events to bring our wonderful fans and our club closer together and to raise as much money as possible for our wonderful charity the CSF.
Looking forward to my 51st season at Carrow Road. I’ve loved each and every one and made some great friends along the way. I love the community values of our club and being involved with NCFSC. It's great that we all support the CSF and the fantastic work they do for disadvantaged people throughout Norfolk.
I've had season tickets in all four stands over the last 35 years and am currently behind the goal in the Barclay Lower with my dad, who either cursed or blessed me (depending on the season!) with the Canaries bug. I work at Anglia TV and The Assembly House and I'm in the middle of re-training to get a diploma in horticulture at Easton College. I also take very seriously my studies of real ale in city pubs. I live in Norwich with my partner and his sports obsession.
I attended my first match in 1972 and have been hooked ever since. The Social Club has enabled me to meet so many lovely people - fans, players and club staff, all of whom have NCFC close to their hearts.
I joined the NCFSC at the outset to make new friends, become more involved with the club whilst supporting the CSF and its greater cause. I have had my seat in the Lower Barclay (C Block - so feel free to say hello) for approx. 10 years.I work within the NHS, have grown up offspring, and a few other interests outside of football.
I have been following Norwich City for around 10 years and currently sit in block E of the Lower Barclay where you can probably hear me singing most of the time. I wanted to join the social club firstly to socialise with fellow Norwich fans but also to raise money for a fantastic charity. Aside from football, I currently work at Aviva and my hobbies apart are going to darts events and spending way too much time at the cinema.
I'm a season ticket holder in the Lower Barclay and try to get to as many away matches as possible. At work I'm a software developer and in my spare time I enjoy video and board games. I live in Norwich with my brilliant wife and annoying cat. Being of the social club has allowed me to contribute in a small way to such an amazing cause.
I joined the group in April 2017. I sit in the South Stand (Block N), and have had a season ticket since the early 90s. I work in admin for Norfolk Library Service based at Attleborough Library. I have a husband (non football fan) and 3 sons, two of whom are NCFC fans. My hobbies are theatre, live music (mainly folk), my dog and visiting historic buildings.
I am really honoured to join the social club, they are people who care about Norwich City FC and recognise the importance of the word Community. I have supported the Canaries since I was old enough to remember (which is a very long time) so when I had the opportunity to work at the Community Sports Foundation and for the club I grew up supporting, it was like a dream come true and 12 years on I am still here. I have the privilege of being part of a Fundraising Team whose aim is to raise money to help support those who are disadvantaged or disabled achieve their goals through the power of sport. In my spare time, I love to spend it with my two young girls, they keep me on my toes!
Growing up in a family often dictated by football, namely Norwich City, I didn't stand much of a chance but to fall in love with the Canaries. The community feel of the club, the togetherness and the vibrancy of this club coupled with it's uniqueness in regards to location are all things I absolutely adore. I cannot contemplate supporting anyone else, or being anywhere else on a Saturday at 3pm than a football terrace. In my spare time, I can often be found writing about our football club.
I've been following Norwich since 1985, which was the season we won the league cup, 9 year old me thought we'd win all the time and then was promptly brought crashing back down to earth by relegation in the same season. I love the community aspect of of club, it really does give almost unprecedented access to fans and that's something to be treasured. The 18/19 season will be my first in the Upper Barclay, moving from the back row of block D in the Lower Barclay due to some back problems!
I retired from school leadership 3 years ago and now do part time consultancy. As a long standing season ticket holder at Norwich City, I want to play a part in enhancing the links between the club and it's fans. The Norwich City Fans Social Club and it's values fit that desire perfectly as does it's commitment to back the development of The Nest and the the wonderful CSF.