Carrow Road Stadium
Carrow Road StadiumCarrow Road is a football stadium in Norwich and has a capacity of 26,034, all seated. The Geoffrey Waiting stand is the oldest in the ground but still offers excellent views with good facilities and leg room. The stadium has had alot of work done on it during its history, after a fire destroyed it in 1984. The Carrow Road site also includes a club superstore, catering facilities and a Holiday Inn hotel. The stadium also has a good pitch surface.
The stadium has been extensively worked on several times during its history, notably following a devastating fire that destroyed the old City (now "Geoffrey Watling City") Stand in 1984. Having once accommodated standing supporters, since 1992 the ground has been all-seater. The ground's modern capacity is 27,033, the most recent works being the addition of approximately 1,000 new seats in the summer of 2010. The stadium's all-seater record attendance is 26,801 which occurred in the Premier League match versus Arsenal on 19 November 2011, but in the days of standing terraces, it saw crowds as large as 43,984 when they played Leicester City in an FA Cup match in 1963. The Carrow Road site also includes a club superstore, catering facilities and a Holiday Inn hotel.
How To Get There:
From the South:
Take the A11 or A140 coming off onto the A47 towards Great Yarmouth and Lowestoft. Take the A146 Norwich/Lowestoft slip road, turn left towards Norwich & follow signs for Football Ground.
From the West:
Take the A47 to the A146 Norwich/Lowestoft slip road, take a left turn towards Norwich & follow signs for Football Ground.
Postcode: NR1 1JE
Country: United Kingdom