Wolves head to East Anglia for the first time in 18 months on Saturday afternoon as Nuno Espirito Santo’s side take on Norwich City at Carrow Road.
A sold-out allocation of almost 2,700 supporters will be travelling to the 3pm Premier League clash on Saturday 21st December to give their backing to the men in gold and black.
Supporters attending Saturday’s fixture will be located in Carrow Road’s South Stand, which is located half a mile (about a 10-minute walk) away from Norwich Train Station. When walking out of the station, turn left and follow Koblenz Avenue to reach the stadium or alternatively walk straight over at the traffic lights and through the Riverside Leisure complex.
Car parking is available at County Hall, Martineau Lane, Norwich, NR1 2DW, which is also a 10-minute walk from Carrow Road, costing £6 per match, pay on the day via card or cash with no pre-booking available.
However, supporters should be aware of road closures which operate immediately before and after matches outside the stadium to allow pedestrians to leave safely.
Resident parking schemes are also in place in the streets around Carrow Road and this is strictly enforced and identified through on-street signage. Visiting Wolves supporters are advised to not park in these areas as they will be fined. While parking at Morrisons adjacent to the stadium is reserved for store customers only, with penalties imposed for misuse of this car park.
Detailed away supporter information, including matchday support, travel, parking, stadium services and things to do while in Norwich, can be found here.