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The club, whose Carrow Road ground is usually sold out, commissioned a study from the University of East Anglia. Carrow Road Renovation Study MEIS performed a conceptual design study related to the expansion of English Premier League club Norwich City FC’s Carrow Road, as well as the possibility of an ancillary mixed-use arena development adjacent to the stadium. Carrow Road is a British football stadium in Norwich, England. The club play at one of the smallest grounds in the Premier League, with a capacity of just 27,300.The expansion is needed at the Canaries regularly sell out, averaging over 99% full so far this season. Carrow Road expansion is back on the agenda for Norwich City after chief operating officer Ben Kensell confirmed at Thursday night’s annual meeting land around the stadium had been purchased. The stadium is on Carrow Road, and is named after the road. The new ground became known as The Nest, named for Norwich City's nickname, "The Canaries". Norwich City's Teemu Pukki in action at Carrow Road. Paul Burall from the Norwich Society wants to see the stadium expanded. Norwich City have purchased 2 patches of land adjacent to Carrow Road which could be used to expand the stadium.. Following a dispute over the conditions of renting Newmarket Road, the club moved to a new home in 1908, a converted disused chalk pit in Rosary Road, Norwich.
It is the home of Norwich City Football Club. The stadium is in the centre of the city, near to Norwich railway station and the River Wensum. Tuesday 3rd December 2019. The stadium was built by Norwich City in 1935. Norwich City has received a boost to its Carrow Road expansion plans following the confirmation that it has purchased the land around its stadium.. Ben Kensell, Norwich’s chief operating officer, confirmed the purchase of the land at the club’s annual general meeting and addressed the funding for the expansion as he explained the club would use the profits earned from its Premier …

Carrow Road’s commercial supremo was part of a bumper panel featuring on the Pink Un Show on Wednesday evening, which was filmed at the Community Sports Foundation’s (CSF) new facility near Norwich Airport, The Nest. played at Newmarket Road from 1902 to 1908, with a record attendance of 10,366 in 1908. Academics concluded that expanding the ground by 7,000 would be viable. Construction took just 82 days. Norwich City F.C. English top-flight soccer club Norwich City’s expansion plans have received a boost with confirmation regarding a land purchase around their Carrow Road stadium.