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Name: Norwich City Football Club
Fact: Introduced in 1985, when Norwich and Sunderland meet they are unofficially playing for the Friendship Trophy
Founded: 1902
Nicknames: The Canaries
Ground: Carrow Road, Norwich NR1 1JE
Capacity: 27,033
Chairman: Alan Bowkett
Manager: Paul Lambert
League: Premier League
First FA Cup appearance: 1906 vs Tunbridge Wells Rangers (1-1)
Record goalscorer: Johnny Gavin (122)
Most appearances: Ron Ashman (592)
Record attendance: 43,984 vs Leceister City, 1963 FA Cup
Main Rival: Ipswich
Rivals: Wolverhampton Wanderers, Sheffield United
Celebrity fans: Chef Delia Smith, Prince Andrew, comedian Stephen Fry, singer Sophie Ellis Bexter
Fans favourites: Iwan Roberts, Kevin Keelan, Jeremy Goss, Chris Sutton

Norwich can become Premier League mainstays

Bob Marley may have been an optimist but even he would struggle to make a case for a Norwich City title charge in the Premier League betting.

There is a very good reason Norwich are flouting around in the Premier League relegation betting but that said, history suggests the promoted teams fare better than expected and an impressive 2011/12 Premier League season could be a sign of things to come for Norwich fans.

Of the 56 teams that have won promotion to the Premier League, 26 of them have been relegated in the following season and in 11 of the 19 Premier League seasons we’ve seen just one of the three promoted teams be relegated.

None of the newly-promoted outfits were relegated in the 2011/2012 season, and Norwich missed out on being the best placed of the sides only on goal difference.

Both Norwich and Swansea were short-priced favourites in the 2011/12 Premier League relegation odds but achieved 11th and 12th placed finishes respectively.

Goals are needed to keep you in the Premier League and Norwich boasted the Championship’s best attack in their promotion season, with their strike force a key component in their comfortable avoidance of relegation.

Wayne Rooney was the only Englishman to score more Premier League goals than Grant Holt last season, and he will hope to repeat his 15 goal haul to make Norwich a force again in the coming year.

Fact: Introduced in 1985, when Norwich and Sunderland meet they are unofficially playing for the Friendship Trophy

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Norwich in detail
Name: Norwich City Football Club
Founded: 1902
Nicknames: The Canaries
Ground: Carrow Road, Norwich NR1 1JE
Capacity: 27,033
Chairman: Alan Bowkett
Manager: Paul Lambert
League: Premier League
First FA Cup appearance: 1906 vs Tunbridge Wells Rangers (1-1)
Record goalscorer: Johnny Gavin (122)
Most appearances: Ron Ashman (592)
Record attendance: 43,984 vs Leceister City, 1963 FA Cup
Main Rival: Ipswich
Rivals: Wolverhampton Wanderers, Sheffield United
Celebrity fans: Chef Delia Smith, Prince Andrew, comedian Stephen Fry, singer Sophie Ellis Bexter
Fans favourites: Iwan Roberts, Kevin Keelan, Jeremy Goss, Chris Sutton
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