Travelling supporter information | Norwich vs Wolves

Wolves are making the long journey east this weekend as Bruno Lage’s squad look to make it consecutive Premier League victories as they take on Norwich City.

A sell-out allocation of more than 2,600 supporters will be heading to Carrow Road on Saturday for the 3pm kick-off.

Here’s a collection of information which will be useful for those Wolves supporters to know before heading off to Norfolk.

Covid safety information

If you are feeling unwell with Covid-19 symptoms or any cold or flu-type symptoms, please do not attend the game.

Covid-19 status certification spot checks will be in place for Saturday’s fixture and Wolves’ visiting fans are asked to cooperate with the supporter services team carrying out the checks prior to admission into the stadium.

Supporters are encouraged to wear a mask, unless exempt, and also obtain an NHS Covid Pass via the NHS App or NHS website. Details of how to obtain an NHS Covid Pass is available here.

Any children under the age of 18 are exempt from Covid certification checks.

Matchday information

Wolves supporters will be based at the end of the South Stand, nearest the Barclays Stand, in blocks F, G and H, with the visiting turnstiles opening 90 minutes before kick-off.

Only small bags and handbags will be permitted in the stadium, bags larger than 40cm x 35cm x 19cm will NOT be allowed into the stadium.

Visiting supporters travelling on unofficial coaches or minibuses should contact the Norwich City ticket office on 01603 721902 for parking information.

Car Parking is available at County Hall, Martineau Lane Norwich, NR1 2DW which is a 10-minute walk from Carrow Road. Price per match is £6, but pre-booking is not available.

Resident parking schemes are in place in the streets around Carrow Road and is strictly enforced, while parking at Morrisons, adjacent to the stadium, is reserved for store customers only, with penalties imposed for misuse of this car park.

Please note, road closures operate immediately before and after matches outside the stadium to allow pedestrians to leave safely.

Norwich Train Station is located less than 10 minutes on foot from Carrow Road. 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 to reach the stadium.

Carrow Road is a cashless stadium, so supporters will need to make sure they take a debit/credit card with them.

Accessible information

Facilities for disabled supporters at Norwich City Football Club include places for up to 84 wheelchair users and 186 ambulant supporters. While the majority of places will be taken up by season ticket holders, but there are 13 wheelchair and 13 escorts/ambulant seats for visiting fans.

Supporters can use the entrance of the Holiday Inn as a drop-off point only. Detailed accessible information can be found by clicking here.

Further information for supporters attending Saturday’s fixture can be found here.