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Norwich City Cap Ticket Prices at £30 for Premier League Return

Norwich City Cap Ticket Prices at £30 for Premier League Return

Norwich City have announced their return to the top-flight of English football by capping their ticket prices at £30 for next season.

The Canaries romped to the Championship title last season against the odds, with ex-Celtic striker Teemu Pukki banging in an almighty 29 goals along the way.

Promotion to the English Premier League could net the Norwich hierarchy anywhere between £100 – £200 million and it seems they’re keen to payback some of their supporters.

The club confirmed on their official website earlier today that they had decided to cap all casual tickets for home league fixtures at £30 for adults, £25 for 65+, £20 for under-18s and £15 for under-12s.

In the modern day and age, it seems ticket prices in England seem to be skyrocketing at every turn, so personally we find it pretty refreshing that at least one newly-promoted side are doing their bit to keep football affordable for working class fans.

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